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by Dolores Martinez,Projit B. Mukharji

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ISBN:
0415480612
Author:
Dolores Martinez,Projit B. Mukharji
Category:
Soccer
Language:
English
Publisher:
Routledge; 1 edition (December 16, 2008)
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170 pages
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It then moves on to the global spread of the game from England and its domestication and appropriation in its new homes across the planet.

This book is a fascinating journey through a series of scholarly articles  . This book is a fascinating journey through a series of scholarly articles. It then moves on to the global spread of the game from England and its domestication and appropriation in its new homes across the planet. It also investigates the exchanges which are increasingly taking place between these new homes of football.

Globalizing Sport: Assessing the World Baseball Classic Alan Klein.

Stanley Rous’ ‘Own Goal’: Football Politics, South Africa and the Contest for the FIFA Presidency in 1974 Paul Darby. Feeble Bengalis’ and ‘Big Africans’: African Players in Bengali Club Football Projit B. Mukharji. Ghati-Bangal on the Maidan: Subregionalism, Club Rivalry and Fan Culture in Indian Football Boria Majumdar. Globalizing Sport: Assessing the World Baseball Classic Alan Klein. Epilogue: Global Football Dolores P. Martinez.

Dolores Martinez, Projit B. Projit Bihari Mukharji is a Lecturer in Modern History at Newcastle University and an avid fan of Bengali football. We provide complimentary e-inspection copies of primary textbooks to instructors considering our books for course adoption.

Middlesbrough, England. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Martinez, Dolores; Mukharji, Projit B. (2015). Football: From England to the World. 6 June 1954(1954-06-06) (aged 80). Place of death. East Molesey, England.

series Sport in the Global Society. Books related to Football: From England to the World. In the concluding pieces football’s global experience is compared with the attempts at globalizing baseball and drawing out the larger patterns that inform football’s global experience. This book was published as a special issue in Soccer and Society.

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England head coach Jess Thirlby said her side made "too many errors" in their defeat by world champions New Zealand in the Netball Nations Cup. The Roses were beaten 64-48 in Nottingham, in their opening. The Roses were beaten 64-48 in Nottingham, in their opening game of the inaugural tournament. New Zealand controlled large periods of the game, shooting accurately and were resolute in defence. The first half was good but we made too many errors. It was a disappointing second half," Thirlby said.

Sport in the Global Society is a response.

Sport in England plays a prominent role in English society. Popular teams sports in England include football, field hockey, cricket, rugby union, rugby league, and netball. Major individual sports include badminton, athletics, tennis, boxing, golf, cycling, motorsport and horseracing. A number of modern sports were codified in England during the nineteenth century, among them cricket, rugby union, rugby league, football, field hockey, squash, tennis, and badminton.

This book is a fascinating journey through a series of scholarly articles. The journey begins by tracing one of the most significant stories in the popularization of Association Football. In the next leg of the journey it charts the diverse and changing face of the modern British game. It then moves on to the global spread of the game from England and its domestication and appropriation in its new homes across the planet. It also investigates the exchanges which are increasingly taking place between these new homes of football. In the concluding pieces football’s global experience is compared with the attempts at globalizing baseball and drawing out the larger patterns that inform football’s global experience.

This book was published as a special issue in Soccer and Society.