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Goodbye to Boleyn

Pete May



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Biteback Publishing
01 February 2017
Memoirs; Sports teams & clubs; Sporting venues; Football (Soccer, Association football)
West Ham's final season at the Boleyn Ground was always going to be memorable. It featured a new manager in Slaven Bilic, the arrival of a French magician called Dimitri Payet, Europa League football in July, away wins at Arsenal, Liverpool and Man City, an unexpected tilt at the top four and an epic last game at the Boleyn against Man United.
By:   Pete May
Imprint:   Biteback Publishing
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 216mm,  Width: 138mm, 
ISBN:   9781785901478
ISBN 10:   1785901478
Pages:   256
Publication Date:   01 February 2017
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Pete May is the author of The Joy of Essex, Hammers in the Heart, West Ham: Irons in the Soul and There's a Hippo in My Cistern. His blog - hammersintheheart.blogspot.co.uk - has had more than a million views. As a journalist, Pete has written for The Guardian, Observer, Independent, Time Out, Loaded, the New Statesman and numerous other publications.

Reviews for Goodbye to Boleyn

Essex scribe and literary Hammer Pete May writes with humour and eloquence about the most turbulent year of change at the Boleyn since Ken's Cafe got a tub of Flora. - Phill Jupitus; Pete is a lifelong Hammer and it shows... Things change, but West Ham fans do not and this must-buy book for fans is the perfect example of that. - Newham Recorder

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