Roamin' the Range Together: Part Two: Going Down the Boulevard (1980-2005) (Paperback)Pete Allen (author)
Paperback Published: 30/10/2012
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Written by an ordinary fan living in an ordinary northern city, 'Going down the Boulevard' is a rich, entertaining and often funny love story about Hull FC, Rugby League and life itself. Introducing characters as diverse as, Billy Connolly, Knocker Norton, Giant Haystacks and Her Majesty the Queen, this sequel concludes Pete Allen's journey through a life spent working in local government and supporting his weekend heroes on the rugby pitch. Spanning a quarter of a century, the music, drinking, disappointment and camaraderie of everyday life are cleverly balanced by the intrigue, heartbreak and all too infrequent moments of absolute ecstasy that come to the fanatical supporter of any sports team. Going down the Boulevard follows one man's obsession with his family Rugby League Club and tells how that love has influenced, blighted, and eventually redefined his whole life. What they said about Part One " - it brought back great memories for me, I would thoroughly recommend it" Martyn Sadler, Managing Editor League Express " - It's a superb depiction of the detailed history of the Club through the eyes of those for whom it means so much the fans." James Clarke, Head of Communications Media and Marketing-Hull FC With Foreword by Kirk Yeaman
Publisher: Pete Allen
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