About this book
Renowned sports writer Collins records a year spent observing a range of different sports and their many and varied fans. From a county cricket match at Canterbury to a corporate box at Wembley, it's the fans who make it all possible.
The relationship between athlete and fan is dramatically different these days - no longer the silent, distant veneration of yesteryear. Patrick Collins records a year spent observing a variety of sports and their fans and gives us a wonderfully wry, intelligent view of the modern sporting world.
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