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For supporters of Queen of the South, this year's Scottish Cup final was a momentous occasion. Making their first-ever appearance in the in the all-important match, the club had clearly come far from its humble rural roots 89 years previously. In "Queen of the South: The History 1919-2008", Iain Mc Cartney narrates the full history of the Doonhammers. Beginning with the formation of the first team shortly after the First World War, the story dives head first into the ups and downs, the promotions and relegations that have made the history of Queens such an exhilarating journey.In a roller-coaster ride of mixed emotions, the book celebrates the men who have played so memorably at Palmerston Park, those who, in days gone by, not only competed against the top sides, but also defeated them on a regular basis. A native of Dumfries, the author tells the story of the club in unprecedented depth- from the foreign tour of 1936 to the story of the 2007-8 season, this meticulously researched account leaves no tale untold.This title tells an in-depth history of Queen of the South football club, including the final of this year's Scottish Cup. It contains 250 black-and-white images.Author PR; POS material; features in local media.
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Book Description Breedon Books, 2008. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. with 208 pages. illustrated. page 146/147 has brown staining. dj has a 1 1/2" inch closed tear to bottom back spine corner. Seller Inventory # 012775
Book Description Hardback. Condition: Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Seller Inventory # GOR003900101
Book Description Breedon Books Publishing Co Ltd, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Posted from the UK. ***EXPRESS DELIVERY AVAILABLE AT CHECKOUT***. Seller Inventory # mon0000245465