We're Everywhere, Us

Liverpool's 2014/15 Season Told Through the Stories of Fans and Foe

by Sachin Nakrani and Karl Coppack

Description

A diary of Liverpool Football Club's 2014/15 season, with a difference. The book may kick off with a chapter on the season opener and end with the last game; but this diary isn't written by a single author. Nor does it focus heavily on the actual football. Instead, We're Everywhere, Us is a collaboration - a compilation of pieces offering a different personal take on what it means to support Liverpool. Friendship. Family. Travel. Tragedy. Work. Each piece is a long, rich read, completely unique and distinct from those that precede and follow it. Some of the finest writers on Liverpool FC are involved, including Kevin Sampson, Simon Hughes, Tony Evans, Gareth Roberts and Mike Nevin. There are also contributions from Liverpool supporters living abroad, which gives We're Everywhere, Us a truly international feel - while opposition fans add yet another perspective on Liverpool FC's season, our captivating city and proud history.

Rights Information

Worldwide rights, excluding GB.

Author Biography

Sachin Nakrani works as a sports journalist for The Guardian, having cut his teeth on Liverpool FC fanzines including The Liverpool Way and Red All Over The Land. Karl Coppack writes for The Times and has self-published a novel, And What Do You Do? Karl has also written for fanzines, blogs and the award-winning website The Anfield Wrap.

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Bibliographic Information
  • Pub date: August 2015
  • English
  • 9781785310423
  • United Kingdom
  • Paperback
  • Primary Price: 12.99 GBP
  • Pages: 320
  • Pitch Publishing
  • Readership: General
  • Publish State: Published
  • Dimensions: 216x138 mm