Charlton Athletic FC
Having recently re-established themselves as a force to be reckoned with in English football, this book takes a look back at glory days in the history of Charlton Athletic. Through over 2OO high-quality images, this book gives the reader a ﬂavour of the club, from its founding as a boy's team in 1905 to the dramatic penalty shoot-out at Wembley in 1998.
lncluded within these covers are photographs showing the important personalities from the history of the club, such as Sam Bartram, Stuart Leary and, of course, the great Jimmy Seed. As well as featuring these essential characters, important teams are celebrated, vital fixtures relived and significant events recalled using rare pictures and other items of club memorabilia. Special attention is paid to the side that finished as runners up in Division One in 1936/37 and that which reached the FA Cup Final in 1946 and won it in 1947, besides those from other seasons that brought honours and achievements.
This book captures something of the heritage that belongs to Charlton Athletic and the club’s loyal supporters. It will provoke nostalgia amongst those who have supported the Addicks for a long time and intrigue anyone who is interested in seeing images from a distinguished footballing past. .
Publisher : Tempus Publishing Limited (2001)
Paperback : 128 pages
The Book is in very good condition will enhance any collection
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