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Cheer Up Peter Reid: My Autobiography

Peter Reid is one of the most revered and colourful characters to emerge from England over the last 50 years.

As a player, he established himself as one of the leading midfielders of his era, being named PFA Player of the Year in 1985 and credited with being the fourth best footballer in the world. He won numerous honours with Everton, including two league titles, one FA Cup and one European Cup Winners’ Cup during the most successful period in the Blues’ history. He also won 13 England…

The Blizzard – The Football Quarterly: Issue Twenty Eight

First published in March 2018, Issue Twenty Eight contains 20 articles in 8 sections, including: David Winner on Brexit’s alienation and post-imperial yearning and how it has parallels in football,. Jonathan Wilson on the erosion of faith in the institution of journalism, Michael Yokhin on Paderborn, the Icarus of the Bundesliga, and John Brewin on the Nevilles and the Gallaghers and how the two sets of brothers chart the changing face of football in Manchester.


In the summer of 2012, Stewart Regan predicted “Armageddon” for Scottish football because Rangers had died. He really meant Celtic. What happened in the five years since then and how many obstacles did Celtic need to overcome before becoming invincible?