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By John Rigg

ISBN-10: 1781320055

ISBN-13: 9781781320051

it really is August 1961 and a 6 year-old boy, sitting on his father’s shoulders, is observing a rugby fit in south Leeds. he's instantly addicted to the adventure of the carrying occasion, seen reside and within the flesh…

…Fast ahead to August 2011. a guy in past due heart age is looking at one other rugby fit.

John Rigg has been an “ordinary spectator” – not just of rugby (league and union), yet of soccer and cricket and a number different activities - for fifty years.

An usual Spectator: 50 Years of observing activity is a hot and fascinating memoir of part a century of activities spectating – from Yorkshire to London to Scotland through big apple and Sydney (and Minsk!). It provides a different point of view on why reside game is compulsive viewing.

Through its “Seven a long time of staring at Sport”, the e-book goals to be way over an easy “I was once there” catalogue of exercises – significant and minor – during the last 5 many years. particularly, it bargains a few perceptive insights into what we derive from activities spectating and - from an individual’s standpoint - what staring at recreation tells us approximately ourselves.

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