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Those Feet: An Sensual History of English Football

David Winner   

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David Winner, a freelance journalist, has written eight books including, Brilliant Orange: The Neurotic Genius of Dutch Football. In Those Feet, he attempts to place the way that the English play football in the context of the society that produced it. It takes a highly original approach to the birth and development of the sport showing how Victorian sexual anxiety is responsible for Englandís many World Cup failures.  He reveals the connection between Roy Keane and a soldier who died in the Charge of the Light Brigade.  It is full of surprising twists and turns and the author manages to produce a great deal of though-provoking material and can often be very funny.