The Man In Black book. The best of the book are the first two chapters when the author explains the creation of the referee and his evolution.
The Man In Black book. Book by Thomson, Gordon. After that, the book becomes a compendium of anecdotes and interviews. The book becomes a compendium of anecdotes and interviews. Some passages are properly analyzed and well written but others lack it. It is a good book but, in my opinion, the author forgot cite sources of some events and dates. A book only for football historians.
This work looks at the football referee from every discipline and angle: the history of their genesis as gentlemen arbiters in the Victorian era and their.
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Early history and the precursors of football
Early history and the precursors of football. The first known examples of a team game involving a ball, which was made out of a rock, occurred in old Mesoamerican cultures for over 3,000 years ago. According to the sources, the ball would symbolize the sun and the captain of the losing team would be sacrificed to the gods. The first known ball game which also involved kicking took place In China in the 3rd and 2nd century BC under the name Cuju.
Gordon Thomson is a lifelong railway enthusiast, starting his interest as a teenager in the late 1960s. He is involved in railway preservation as an active member of the Ayrshire Railway Preservation Group. Since 1980, he has lived in Ayrshire, taking a keen interest in the history and development of railways in this scenic area of Scotland.
Her many books include The Secret History of Wonder Woman, a national bestseller, and Book of Ages, a finalist .
Her many books include The Secret History of Wonder Woman, a national bestseller, and Book of Ages, a finalist for the National Book Award. I lose a bit of confidence in a work of history when an event stated as fact is wrong even though it may be of minor interest in a history of the US. On page 32 is this: "James was born in 1566; the next year, when his mother died, he became king of Scotland". His mother, Mary Queen of Scots, did not die in 1567.