Doncaster Rovers football books and dvds and a virtual aerial tour of the Keepmoat Stadium. Great books about current and former Doncaster Rovers players and Doncaster Rovers managers and the history of Doncaster Rovers football club.
Top recommended books include Doncaster Rovers Football Club (Archive Photographs), Doncaster Rovers FC (100 Greats), Bremner!: The Legend of Billy Bremner plus many more in the Doncaster Rovers online bookshop
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Recommended Doncaster Rovers Books
The Official Doncaster Rovers Quiz Book
Find out how much you really know about the people and places that have helped to define Doncaster Rovers down the years. With 800 testing questions covering every aspect of the club from unforgettable players, memorable managers and difficult opponents to honours and awards, kit, wins, draws & losses, this book can't fail to turn up one or two surprises alongside all the well documented facts.
The Fall and Rise of Doncaster Rovers
Told in absorbing detail, this is the story of Doncaster Rovers from 1993 to today. As a follow up to Donny, published in 1993, Tony Bluff now charts the trials and tribulations that befell the club on Ken Richardson's watch, before moving onto its rise under John Ryan. Bluff, an avid football supporter, investigates the exhilirating ascension of the club through the divisions to the Championship. The fascinating story of one club's brush with extinction, this will appeal to all those interested in the often-hidden dynamics of football management. For fans of Doncaster Rovers, this is an essential buy.
Doncaster Rovers FC (100 Greats)
This book is part of the 100 Greats series, which collects short biographies and statistics of the 100 greatest players on various sporting teams or clubs throughout their histories.
Bremner!: The Legend of Billy Bremner
Billy Bremner was a key figure for Leeds United and Scotland during the 1960s and 1970s, renowned as a fiery midfield dynamo. This book is the official biography of the late football hero. Billy Bremner later had a spell at Hull City and managed Doncaster Rovers and Leeds before his untimely death from a heart attack at the age of 54 in 1997. Author Bernard Bale was a close friend of Bremner, and this book benefits from the memories they shared after his retirement from football.