The Bountiful Game?: Football Identities and Finances
The global popularity and success of association football is often accompanied by warnings of crisis and how the construction and reproduction of collective identities can be harmful as well as beneficial. This collection of essays examines football and identity formation and football finance and organisation. It is a publication of the international Football Institute, a partnership between the University of Central Lancashire and the National Football Museum, England.
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Identities and Finances in Football Culture
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