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From Hobby to Obsession - OUT NOW!

From Hobby to Obsession - OUT NOW!


In what is expected to be an explosive read, Peterborough United Chairman Darragh MacAnthony provides gripping details of what life is like to own a football club.

In a no-holds barred book, Peterborough United boss Darren Ferguson and the ever enthusiastic Director of Football Barry Fry both have their own chapters in the book - and neither of them hold back!!

In a fast-paced read with 'colourful' language at times, it's a must read for not only Posh fans, but all football fans around the world.

This book covers six roller-coaster years as chairman of Peterborough United Football Club.

There are the obvious highs of back-to-back promotions and the unforgettable experience of a Play-Off victory at Old Trafford.

It also covers the lows of relegation and the departure of Darren Ferguson; negotiations with mstery man 'CH' and a row with Barry Fry over the possible sale of Craig Mackail-Smith.

This book has the lot.



The hardback book is priced at £14.99 and is available to buy from 1pm at the Posh Club Shop and Waterstones on Bridge Street.

You can also buy online at www.theposhshop.co.uk or www.ypdbooks.com.

Kindle and ebook versions of the book are also available for £6.99 on ebook and Kindle from 9am.

You can download the book from:

Epub

http://www.ypdbooks.com/ebooks/677-from-hobby-to-obsession-YPD00621.html

Kindle

http://www.ypdbooks.com/ebooks/678-from-hobby-to-obsession-YPD00622.html

For any issues relating to digital downloads please contact pcharles@yps-publishing.co.uk



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Date:Friday July 6 2012
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