Football fans stumped for stocking fillers this Christmas should look no further than G2’s new batch of quiz books. The nine new titles edited by quiz master Mart Matthews include Manchester City, Aston Villa, Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, Leeds United, Portsmouth, Southampton and West Brom are now available through Amazon priced at £10 each.
Fifty of the greatest players to have played for Chelsea Football Club are featured in a new hardback coffee-table book which is being launched in the run-up to Christmas. In Chelsea Masterpieces, Rick Glanvill chronicles the careers of such modern-day legendary players as Didier Drogba, Eden Hazard, Frank Lampard and John Terry as well as the best players from the club’s 120-year history including Peter Bonetti, Kerry Dixon, Ron Harris and the fan’s favourite ever player Gianfranco Zola.
G2 Entertainment is offering an exclusive discounted offer for Peter Alliss’s posthumous memoirs Reflections On A Life Well Lived for just £20 (RRP £25) and FREE P&P in collaboration with Golf Monthly magazine.
The hardback coffee-table book was launched at Coombe Hill Golf Club, near Kingston, this month prior to its official release this November.
Peter Alliss’s wife Jackie who hosted the event is available for interview in connection with the book and is happy to discuss her ongoing involvement with the charities with which Peter was involved especially the Peter Alliss Masters which provides powered wheelchairs for children.
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Are you a Blues’ brain-box? If so, then put that claim to the test with the Official Chelsea FC Quiz Book priced at £10.
The book contains 100 quizzes with 1000 questions on aspects of the South West London club. Full of fascinating facts featuring the all-time greats as well as the superstars of the 2022/23 first team squad, this is sure to be a book that any true-blue can’t put down.
So if you want to know the nicknames of such legendary players as Ron Harris or Peter Bonetti; who has scored the most goals and been captain the longest; how many Champions’ League Finals and Premier League titles Chelsea has won; and who is the fans’ favourite ever player then what are you waiting for … just a thousand tricky testers to go!
Pictured is author and G2 founder Jules Gammond asking Frank Lampard who’s going to win the 2008 Champions League Final in Moscow. Unfortunately, Frank got it wrong!