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Rotherham United football books and dvds and a virtual aerial tour of Millmoor. Great books about current and former Rotherham United players and Rotherham United managers and the history of Rotherham United football club.

Top recommended books include Rotherham United Football Club (Archive Photographs), Biting Talk: My Autobiography, The Doc: My Story - Hallowed Be Thy Game plus many more in the Rotherham United online bookshop

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Recommended Books
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Rotherham United Football Club (Archive Photographs: Images of Sport)
This book contains over 200 photographs, cuttings and various items of memorabilia that illustrate the story of Rotherham United from the early years right up to the present day. Rotherham United didn't come into existence until 1925, but prior to then Rotherham Town and Rotherham County (formerly known as Thornhill United) were competing for local supremacy. Material from the beginning of the club's history includes a programme from 1884 (produced for Rotherham's first-ever FA Cup tie) and early team groups, as well as nineteenth-century player registration forms and posters. More modern items include many action shots, player portraits, cartoons and programme covers. This collection of rare memorabilia follows the United story through various ups and downs (such as that glorious day at Wembley in 1996) right up to the present day. Special attention is paid to great characters that have been associated with the club, such as Gladstone Guest, Dave Watson and Ronnie Moore. With detailed captions from Gerry Somerton, a well-known local journalist, radio broadcaster and club historian, this pictorial record will revive many fond memories as well as giving an insight into the distant past of Rotherham United Football Club.

Biting Talk: My Autobiography
As well as telling of his travails managing Rotherham and Barnsley, Hunter reveals how he was witness to one of the most controversial chapters in Leeds United's history - the appointment of Brian Clough as successor to Don Revie - and recalls the stormy dressing room scenes that led up to Clough's sacking after only 44 days.

The Doc: My Story - Hallowed Be Thy Game
The Doc' is one of the most colourful characters in football. Always outspoken and honest, headlines have followed him throughout his career. He achieved success on the pitch with Preston and Scotland but it is as a manager that he secured his place in football history. The remark that he has had more clubs than Jack Nicklaus cannot be disputed: fourteen teams in four different countries. He resigned from Chelsea; he was sacked by Manchester United within two weeks of winning the 1977 FA Cup and at Derby he became embroiled in a bitter legal dispute. Now, for the first time, the Doc tells all about his life in football and those he has shared it with - Shankly, Busby, Clough, Ramsey, Stein. This is a story like no other, from one of the biggest personalities of the game.

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Don Valley Stadium information and aerial tour
Don Valley Stadium Don Valley Stadium home of Rotherham United football club. Directions to the ground, where to park, recommended pubs and places to eat and visit. Plus a virtual aerial tour of the stadium.

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