Sports books coming in 2023
Over 200 sports books due out next year to look forward to
Time for my favourite post of the year - the list of sports books coming next year! It’s a long list with over 200 books and no doubt plenty more 2023 releases will be announced over the coming months. Some of these will inevitably be pushed back but so far the year is looking good!
For those who don’t want to read the entire list (although I don’t understand why not!) my pick of the upcoming books I’m most excited for (or have read and loved) are set out first, followed by the entire list sorted by sport.
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2023 Releases I’m Most Excited For:
⚽ It isn’t Sunday Anymore: In Search of Roberto Baggio by James Horncastle. I loved Baggio and really looking forward to this book on the Divine Ponytail by the excellent Italian football writer.
🏀Magic: The Life of Earvin ‘Magic’ Johnson by Roland Lazenby. The great basketball biographer on the legendary Magic.
🏀LeBron by Jeff Benedict. Promises to be the definitive bio of LeBron James by the co-author of the excellent Tiger Woods.
🏌️♂️Feherty by John Feinstein. Promises to be the definitive biography of enigmatic golfer and commentator David Feherty.
⚾ Baseball at the Abyss: The Scandals of 1926, Babe Ruth, and the Unlikely Savior Who Rescued a Tarnished Game by Dan Taylor. A look at how baseball recovered from betting scandal that threatened its place as America’s national pastime.
⚽We Play On: Shakhtar Donetsk's Fight for Ukraine, Football and Freedom by Andy Brassell
⚽When Calcio Ruled the World: The History of Italian Football in the Eighties and Nineties by Emanuele Giulianelli. If I was to write a book it would be on this period of Italian football so I’m very excited to read this one.
🏃💉The Longest Race: Inside the Secret World of Abuse, Doping, and Deception on Nike's Elite Running Team by Kara Goucher with Mary Pilon
🥊Lights Out The James Toney Story by Robert Anasi. Anything published by Hamilcar is sure to be one of the highlights of the year.
⚽ Phenomenon - Biography of the Brazilian striker Ronaldo by Dan Williamson.
⚾Daybreak at Chavez Ravine: Fernandomania and the Remaking of the Los Angeles Dodgers by Erik Sherman. The story of the Mexican pitcher, Fernando Valenzuela, who became an instant icon for his performances as a Dodger.
And now the full list sorted by sport
1992: The Birth of Modern Football by Rob Fletcher. The year the Premier League was formed.
Big Boots to Fill: The New Maradona, Riquelme, Messi and Beyond by David Nolan
When Calcio Ruled the World: The History of Italian Football in the Eighties and Nineties by Emanuele Giulianelli
The Match: The Story of Italy v Brazil by Piero Trellini. An in-depth look at the 1982 World Cup 2nd round match between the eventual winners and one of the greatest teams not to win the World Cup.
The Life of Total Football: The Origins and Development of Football's Most Entertaining Philosophy by James Jackson
High Noon: The Falklands, the Hand of God and the Goal of the Century by Michael Gibbons
Phenomenon - Biography of the Brazilian striker Ronaldo by Dan Williamson
The Conquerors: How Carlo Ancelotti Made AC Milan World Champions by Dev Bajwa. I love seeing more books being written in English on 90’s and 00’s Italian football.
Espana 82: A Hazy Shade of Summer by Stuart Horsfield. A wider look at the tournament from the author of the excellent Brazil 1982.
The Dutch Masters: When Ajax's Totaal Voetbal Conquered Europe by Gary Thacker.
When the Sky Was Blue: The Inside Story of Coventry City's Premier League Years by Rich Chamberlain
It Isn’t Sunday Anymore: In Search of Roberto Baggio by James Horncastle
Mucky Boots: Triumphs, Trials and Tragedies of a Football Club Owner by Kevin McCabe
Revolution: The Rise and Rise of Wolverhampton Wanderers 2003 to 2023 by Paul Berry and Johnny Phillips
Duncan Edwards: Eternal: The family authorised autobiography of Manchester United's lost genius by Wayne Barton. Barton has written tons of great books on United’s past and this promises to be a great read.
The Number Ten: More than a Number, More than a Shirt by Andy Bollen. A look at everyone’s favourite football position.
Soccer Grannies: The South African Women Who Inspire the World by Jean Duffy
Copa America: The History of the World's Oldest Continental Football Tournament by Gideon Long
So Much More Than That: A British Journey of Football, Industry, War and Migration by Hannah Grainger-Clemson. A look at how ordinary people experienced life and the rise of football in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Thai Football Tales: A Beautiful Madness by Matt Riley
Erik ten Hag: The Biography by Maarten Meijer. Bio of the Man Utd manager.
Fortune's Always Hiding: From Stratford to Seville by Paul Brand. A West Ham fan on the club’s recent history.
Scotland 42 England 1:An Englishman's Mazy Dribble through Scottish Football by Mark Winter
Nowhere to Run: The trials of a non-league football club owner by Jonathan Sayer
El Ceramico: The Story of the Potteries Derby by Liam Bullock
Making Up the Numbers: 99 Fascinating Stories of Forgotten Players by Alex Cassidy
José Mourinho the Inter Years by Paul Rowe
Come and Get Me by Jim White and Kaveh Solhekol. No details yet but presume will be about transfers or transfer deadline day.
Mr Corinthian: Pa Jackson and the Casual Corinthians by Llew Walker
Echoes of an Italian Summer: Stories from Italia 90 by Paul Grech
Red Planet: How Manchester United Took Over the World by Luke Bainbridge. A history of the football club.
The King Takes Over: Liverpool and the Dalglish Years 1985-1991 by Shareef Abdallah.
A Tale of One City: The World's Most Unique Single-City Derbies by Andrew Flint and Matt Gault
Match Fit: An Exploration of Mental Health in Football by Johnnie Lowery
Turncoat: How I Stopped Supporting Arsenal and Found a New Team by Matt Coughlan
Pretty Poly: The History of the Football Shirt by Alex Ireland
An Oral History of Football: From 1966 to the Modern Day by Les Scott
We Play On: Shakhtar Donetsk's Fight for Ukraine, Football and Freedom by Andy Brassell
The A to Z of Sunday League Football: The Ultimate Guide to the Grassroots Game by Craig Hazell & Adam Parker
United with Dad by Simon Lloyd
Got That Lovin' Feelin': From Clark to Cooper, Nottingham Forest s Unique Story of Turmoil and Triumph by Warren Turner
A Nation Again: The Inside Story of Scotland’s Emergence from the International Wilderness by Andy Bargh
The Derby Game: A History of Local Rivalries by Ian Collis
Fear and Loathing at Goodison Park: Everton Under David Moyes by Louis Foster
Galvanised: The Footballing Tale of Brothers Chris and Tony Galvin by David Saffer
The Forgotten Cup: History of the Mitropa Cup, Mother of the Champions League (1927-1940) by Jo Araf
The System: What We Can Learn When Science and Reason Collide with Scottish Football by Graeme McDowal
Forgotten Football Clubs: Fifty Teams Across the World, Gone but Never Forgotten by Philip O'Rourke
Gary Speed: The Man Behind the Smile by Graeme Bell. A bio of the late footballer and Wales manager.
Field of Dreams: 100 Years of Wembley in 100 Matches by Nige Tassell
Inshallah United: A Story of Faith and Football by Nooruddean Choudry. A reflection of growing up a Manc and a United fan in an Islamic household.
The Men Who Made Manchester United: The Untold Story by Harry Robinson. A look at the men who founded Man Utd and the pre-war years before they became a global giant.
Crossing the Park: The Men Who Dared to Play for Both Liverpool and Everton by Peter Jones.
Spice Up Your Life: Liverpool, the Nineties and Roy Evans by Jonathon Aspey
Golden Generations: The Story of the 2006 FIFA Men s World Cup by Michael Gallwey
El M s Grande: The Story of River Plate, Argentina's Biggest Club by Mark Orton
81: The Inside Story of Our Iconic FA Cup Victory by Steve Perryman. Spurs player on their 1981 cup win.
England's Calamity? A New Interpretation of the 'Match of the Century' by Chris Jones.
Fever Pitch: The Rise of the Premier League by Paul McCarthy
Where Legends Were Born: Melwood the Complete Story by Arngrimur Baldursson. A look at Liverpool’s youth academy.
When Dave Went Up: The Inside Story of Wimbeldon’s 1988 FA Cup Win by Gary Jordan. Jordan has written some other great books on the history of Wimbledon.
Unico Grande Amore: AS Roma in the 21st century by Marc Lamberts
Brave Enough Not to Quit by Millie Farrow with Katie Field.
Rovers Till I Die: The Story of Bob Crompton, Blackburn's Most Famous Son by Harry Berry
Roy Massey: A Life in Football and a Coach to the Stars by Roy Massey
Amoruso Lets it Run: Hearts of Midlothian 1990-1998 by Scott McIntosh
The Great Days of Sunderland: Six League Titles and Two Fa Cups by David Potter. Hard to believe Sunderland were once good!
The Dundee Derby: Britain's Closest Derby by Jeff Webb
Never Stop: How Ange Postecoglou Brought the Fire Back to Celtic by Hamish Carton
Glory, Glory, Gone: The Story of Tottenham Hotspur's Regression, Relegation and Rebirth in the 1970s by Samuel Rooke
Season in Hell: British Footballers Killed in the Second World War by Nigel McCrery
Starting from Scratch Barry Kilby by Dave Thomas
NII Lamptey: The Curse of Pele by Joris Kaper. Biography of the Ghanian football wunderkid who became a cautionary tale for putting too much pressure on young players.
Hammer Time: Me, West Ham, and a Passion for the Shirt by Julian Dicks. Biography of the former West Ham player and cult legend.
'Green & Golden Boots' by Jason Goldsmith. A look at the 12 Australians who have won Golden Boots in international leagues, covering countries such as England, Scotland, Norway, Belgium, USA, Japan, Malaysia and Iceland!
A book on the history of football terminology by FoFStrife
‘They Played for David Pleat at Luton Town 1978-86’ by @Kitman_Phil
A whole bunch of books from great Australian publisher Fairplay Publishing, including:
When Mum & Dad See Me Kick
The Yawning Giant
Best in Australia
Hell for Leather
The First Matildas
Encyclopedia of Matildas World Cup Edition
Hear Us Roar
🏈 NFL / American Football
Round Zero: Inside the NFL Draft by Andy Phillips. Draft insights from the former Green Bay Packer turned sportswriter.
On the Clock: Kansas City Chiefs by Matt Derrick. A look at the Chiefs’ history in the NFL Draft.
Draft Day Confidential: A Fan's Inside Guide to the NFL Draft by Thomas George
All-Pro Wisdom: The Seven Choices that Lead to Greatness by Matt Birk with Rich Chapman
Fifth Ward to Fourth Quarter: Football’s Impact on an NFL Player’s Body and Soul by Delvin Williams.
The NFL Off-Camera: An A-Z Guide to the League's Most Memorable Players and Personalities by Bob Angelo and Ray Didinger
Never Ask ‘Why’: Football Players’ Fight for Freedom in the NFL by Ed Garvey
Don Perkins: A Champion's Life by Richard Melzer. Biography of the former Dallas Cowboy
The Yards Between Us: A Memoir of Love, Life and Football by R.K. Russell
Four Quarters of History Ten Games That Define the Modern NFL by Sean Deveney
Dyed in Crimson: Football, Faith and the Remaking of Harvard’s America by Zev Eleff
Iron Tigers by David Neil Drews. A novel inspired by the team that conquered Dixie and launched Southern Football
How ‘Bout Them Dawgs: The Inside Story of Georgia Football’s 2021 National Championship Season by Kirby Smart and Loran Smith.
Daybreak at Chavez Ravine: Fernandomania and the Remaking of the Los Angeles Dodgers by Erik Sherman. The story of the Mexican pitcher, Fernando Valenzuela, who became an instant icon for his performances as a Dodger.
When the Babe Went Back to Boston: Babe Ruth, Judge Fuchs and the Hapless Braves of 1935 by Bob Lemoine
From the Front Row: Reflections of a Major League Baseball Owner and Modern Art Dealer by Jeffrey H. Loria
Welcome to the Circus of Baseball : A Story of the Perfect Summer at the Perfect Ballpark at the Perfect Time by Ryan McGee. The writer looks back on his first summer post college interning for a minor league baseball team.
One Season in Rocket City: How the 1985 Huntsville Stars Brought Minor League Baseball Fever to Alabama by Dale Tafoya
The New Ballgame: The Not So-Hidden Forces That Shape Modern Baseball by Russell A. Carleton
Penguin Power: Dodger Blue, Hollywood Lights and a One in a Million Big League Journey by Ron Cey with Ken Gurnick
The 1890 Pittsburgh Alleghenys: The Worst Team in Pittsburgh Pirates History by John Dreker
Smart, Wrong, and Lucky: Scouting Baseball's Unexpected Stars by Jonathan Mayo
Baseball at the Abyss: The Scandals of 1926, Babe Ruth, and the Unlikely Savior Who Rescued a Tarnished Game by Dan Taylor. A look at how baseball recovered from betting scandal that threatened its place as America’s national pastime.
Baseball's Endangered Species: Inside the Craft of Scouting by Those Who Lived It by Lee Lowenfish
Pitching Democracy: Baseball and Politics in the Dominican Republic by April Yoder
Suds Series: Baseball, Beer Wars and the Summer of ‘82 by J. Daniel.
Gibby: Tales of a Baseball Lifer by John Gibbons.
Banana Ball by Jesse Cole. Book by the owner of a social media sensation sub-minor league baseball team in Georgia.
The 1998 Yankees by Jack Curry
The Tao of the Backup Catcher by Tim Brown with Erik Kratz. Chronicles the unsung journeymen of baseball.
Sons of Baseball: Growing Up with a Major League Dad by Mark Braff. Interviews with 18 men who grew up with father’s who played Major League Baseball.
Do You Believe in Magic?: Baseball and America in the Groundbreaking Year of 1966 by David Krell
Winning Fixes Everything : How Baseball's Brightest Minds Created Sports' Biggest Mess by Evan Drellich
Aaron Judge: The Incredible Story of New York Yankees’ Home Run Hitting Phenom by David Fischer
Baseball Memorable Misses: An Unabashed Look at the Game’s Craziest Zeroes by Dan Schlossberg
A Damn Near Perfect Game: Reclaiming America’s Pastime by Jim Kelly with Rob Bradford. The White Sox pitcher with an insiders look at Major League Baseball. Will it be the Ball Four of the modern era?
Mallparks: Baseball Stadiums and the Culture of Consumption by Michael T. Friedman
Ballists, Dead Beats, and Muffins: Inside Early Baseball in Illinois by Robert D. Sampson
Road to Nowhere: The Early 1990s Collapse and Rebuild of New York City Baseball by Chris Donnelly. A look at the turbulent years for the Yankees and Mets as they crashed and rebuilt in the early 90s.
Baseball: The Turbulent Midcentury Years by Steven P. Gietschier
Magic: The Life of Earvin ‘Magic’ Johnson by Roland Lazenby. The great basketball biographer on the legendary Magic.
The Education of Kendrick Perkins: A Memoir by Kendrick Perkins with Seth Rogoff. Autobiography of the NBA player turned ESPN analyst.
LeBron by Jeff Benedict. Promises to be the definitive bio of LeBron James by the co-author of the excellent Tiger Woods.
Hoop Muses: An Insider’s Guide to Pop Culture and the Women;s Game by Kate Fagan, Seimone Augustus and Sophia Chang.
Buffalo Braves: From A to Z by Budd Bailey.
Role of a Lifetime: Larry Farmer and the UCLA Bruins by Larry Farmer and Tracy Dodds. Farmer was a key player on the legendary UCLA basketball teams under John Wooden before becoming the first black head coach at the school at age 30.
Black Ball : Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Spencer Haywood, and the Generation that Saved the Soul of the NBA by Theresa Runstedtler
The Sense of Wonder (A novel) by Matthew Salesses. A novel based on an Asian-American NBA star which seems heavily based on Jeremey Lin’s dramatic emergence in the NBA and the ensuing ‘Linsanity’.
The Blue Divide: Duke, North Carolina, and the Battle on Tobacco Road by Johnny Moore and Art Chansky
Lights Out The James Toney Story by Robert Anasi. Anything published by Hamilcar is sure to be one of the highlights of the year.
Last On His Feet: Jack Johnson and the Battle of the Century by Youssef Daoudi and Adrian Matejka. An innovate take on the famous boxer combing poetry and illustrations.
Fight For Your Life: The Autobiography by Amir Kahn. Autobiography of the British boxer
Brick City Grudge Match: Tony Zale and Rocky Graziano Battle in Newark, 1948 by Rod Honecker
Untitled Andre Ward Memoir. Autobiography of the 5 time world champion boxer.
Henry Armstrong: Boxing’s Super Champ by John Jarrett
Muhammad Ali: A Humanitarian Life by Margueritte Shelton
A Boxing Legacy: The Life and Works of Writer and Cartoonist Ted Carroll edited by Ian Phimister and David Patrick
Glenn Catley Autobiography by Neil Palmer
🎽 Athletics / Olympics
The Long Run to Glory by Stephen Lane. The story of the first women's Olympic Marathon.
The Longest Race: Inside the Secret World of Abuse, Doping, and Deception on Nike's Elite Running Team by Kara Goucher with Mary Pilon
Silence All the Noise by Caster Semenya. Biography of the runner who has found herself at the center of discussions on sport and gender.
Untitled Donovan Bailey memoir. The Canadian sprinter’s story will be published by Random House Canada this Summer.
Nadia Comaneci and the Secret Police: A Cold War Escape by Dr Stejarel Olaru, translated by Alistair Ian Blyth. Promises to be a fascinating account of the life of the legendary gymnast.
The Tigerbelles: The American Team that Changed the Face of Women's Sports by Aime Alley Card
We Share the Sun: The Incredible Journey of Kenya’s Legendary Coach and the Fastest Runners on Earth by Sarah Gearhart
Good for a Girl: My Life Running in a Man's World by Lauren Fleshman
The Race Against Time: Adventures in Late-Life Running by Richard Askwith
Airborne by Shaun White. Illustrated biography from the American Olympic snowboarder
Victory in the Pool: How a Maverick Coach Upended Society and Led a Group of Young Swimmers to Olympic Glory by Bill George. Story of the swim coach who led the US to 20 Olympic medals in the 1960s and 70s.
The Olympics that Never Happened: Denver '76 and the Politics of Growth by Adam Berg. The story of Denver’s successful Olympic bid which was then rejected by its own citizens.
Black Mercuries: African American Athletes, Race, and the Modern Olympic Games by David K. Wiggins, Kevin B. Witherspoon & Mark Dyreson
Choosing To Run: A Memoir by Des Linden
In the Spell of the Barkley: The Most Gruelling Ultramarathon in the World by Michiel Panhuysen
The Hard Parts: A Story of Courage and Triumph by Oksana Masters
Feherty by John Feinstein. Promises to be the definitive biography of enigmatic golfer and commentator David Feherty.
The Ball in the Air by Michael Bamberger. A love letter to amateur golf by the celebrated golf writer
Little Poison: Paul Runyan, Sam Snead and a Long Shot Upset at the 1938 PGA Championship by John Dechant
Troublemaker: A Memoir by Lisa Cornwell with Tucker Booth. The Golf Channel analyst hits out a misogony in sports media.
Tiger Woods Memoir - it’s been in motion for a few years and listed as a 2023 release but without a title yet it may not come next year.
The Tour: The Story of the England Cricket Team Overseas 1877-2022 by Simon Wilde
All-India and Down-Under: Peace, Partition and the Game of Cricket by Richard Knott
This Too America: Philadelphia’s Era of Cricket by Tom Melville
Turning Over the Pebbles: A Life in Cricket and in the Mind by Mike Brearley
It's Not Banter, It's Racism: What Cricket's Dirty Secret Reveals About Our Society by Azeem Rafiq. The Yorkshire cricketer who spoke out about racism in the game.
From Darkness into Light: The Australian Imperial Forces XI 1919 by John Broom and Anthony Condon
The Men in the Arena: England, Australia and the Battle for the Rugby World Cup by Peter Burns and Tom English. Any book by Burns and English is usually well worth reading.
Le Coq: A Journey to the Heart of French Rugby by Peter Bills
The Extra Mile by Kevin Sinfield. Autobiography of the rugby league player.
Hope and Glory: Rugby League in Thatcher’s Britain by Anthony Broxton
World in Union: The Rugby World Cup, 1987-2019 by Matthew Bazell
The Art of Winning: Lessons learned by one of the world's top sportsmen by Dan Carter. Autobiography from the legendary New Zealand rugby out-half
Edgar Mobbs: Rugby International, Sportsman, Soldier, Legend by Jon Cooksey & Graham McKechnie. Biography of the rugby player who died during World War I.
Deep Pockets: Snooker and the Meaning of Life by Brendan Cooper
The Natural: The Story of Patsy Houlihan, the Greatest Snooker Player You Never Saw by Luke Williams
Snooker's Bad Boys: The Rebels of the Green Baize by Matt Bozeat
Full Gas: Inside Road Cycling by Kristof Ramon. A look behind the scenes with the teams and riders at all the major cycling tours and classics through the lens of world-class pro-cycling photographer
Coffee First, Then the World by Jenny Graham. The author’s attempt to beat the around-the-world cycling record.
The Art of Cycling: Philosophy, Meaning, and a Life on Two Wheels by James Hibbard. Already out in the UK but out in USA in May.
1923: The Mystery of Lot 212 and a Tour de France Obsession by Ned Boulting. The author bought a piece of film from the 1923 Tour de France and becomes obsessed with tracing the story of that year’s race.
My Dream Time: A Memoir of Tennis & Teamwork by Ash Barty
Althea: The Life of Tennis Champion Althea Gibson by Sally H. Jacobs
Queen of the Court: The Many Lives of Tennis Legend Alice Marble by Madeleine Blais
Freedom to Win: A Cold War Story of the Courageous Hockey Team Who Fought the Soviets for the Soul of Its People—And Olympic Gold by Ethan Scheiner. A look at the Czechoslovakia ice hockey team and their battles with the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
Down and Back: On Alcohol, Family and a Life in Hockey by Justin Bourne
The Game that Saved the NHL: The Broad Street Bullies, the Soviet Red Machine, and Super Series '76 by Ed Gruver
Unfair Play: The Battle For Women's Sport by Sharron Davies and Craig Lord. Former swimmer Davies has been outspoken on the issue of transgender participants in women’s sport.
An American Aristocrat: How the Sporting Obsessions of J. B. Thomas Defined the Age of Excess by Christopher Oakford and Glenye Cain
Game of Edges: The Analytical Revolution and the Future of Professional Sports by Bruce Schoenfeld
The Right Call: What Sports Teach Us About Leadership, Excellence, and Decision-Making by Sally Jenkins. A reflection on the various coaches and athletes Jenkins encountered during her career as a sportswriter.
Straight Shooter: A Memoir of Second Chances and First Takes by Stephen A. Smith
The Black Athlete Revolt: The Sport Justice Movement in the Age of #BlackLivesMatter by Shaun M. Anderson
No Pie, No Priest: A Journey through the Folk Sports of Britain by Harry Pearson
Box! Box! Box!: The Inside Track of the 2022 Formula One Season by Gary Jordan. Look at an incredible season of Formula 1 from author of excellent books on AFC Wimbledon and the 1982 World Cup.
Bounce Out: The Fall of the British Darts Organisation by Andy Moore
24 Hours by Richard Williams. The story of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, one of the world's most iconic motorsports events, which celebrates its centenary in 2023.
Power Players: Sports, Politics, and the American Presidency by Chris Cillizza. A colorful look at how modern US presidents play sport and have used sport as part of their politics.
Kings of the Cage: How an Unlikely Group of Mogels, Champions, & Hustlers Transformed the UFC into a $10 Billion Industry by Michael Thomsen. The origin story of the UFC.
Money, Power, Respect: How Women in Sports are Shaping the Future of Feminism by Macaela MacKenzie
Remember Their Sacrifice: Stories of Unheralded Athletes of Color by Arif Khatib and Pete Elman
When Women Stood: The Untold History of Females Who Changed Sports and the World by Alexandra Allred
Ringmaster: Vince McMahon and the Unmaking of America by Abraham Riesman
Strong Women: Inspirational athletes at the top of their game by Suzanne Wrack. A feminist history of sport. A look at the stories behind 50 pioneering female athletes.
Isaac Murphy: The Rise and Fall of a Black Jockey by Katherine C. Mooney
Max Verstappen: A New Era: The Ultimate Biography of the F1 Sensation by Mark Hughes
Fearless: Extraordinary Adventures with Courageous Women by Louise Minchin
Goodbye Oakland: Winning, Wanderlust, and a Sport’s Town’s Fight for Survival by Andy Dolich and Dave Newhouse
An Autobiography from Phil Quinlan
Plenty of books to look forward to in 2023. Will post an update in April/May when a lot of books coming in the second half of the year will have been announced. Let me know next year if you read and enjoy any of these. Happy Reading!
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thank you. looking forward to the 2023 delivery. expecting more from boxing (Toney one is a must read).
With the “definitive” biographies of Magic and LeBron coming next year, do you think there has been one written on Kobe? Several good books on parts of his career but I’m not sure a comprehensive one has been written. Am I missing one?