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There are things we would not publish. It is possible, in the last few years, to argue that media culture is increasingly focusing on rising racism in football culture more generally. Wagg ed British Football and Social Exclusion. George Patches, Checks and Violence, M.

He readily agreed and so we worked on the book over the next twelve months. Behind The Matchday Madness, D. Racism, Identity and Multiculture in the English Game.

Part of the research work I conducted with my team has been archival, involving a comprehensive collection and reading of twenty- five years worth of football hooligan memoirs in book form. Legislation has helped to bring the increase in the genre to a premature end. Hit and Tell I want in the rest of this essay to set these media tales of fan cultures in context with original reportage from my contemporary study of football fan cultures.

Interviewing and informal contact with participants continued throughout. His publishing company has also showcased other sharp journalistic portrayals of the historical contours and current shape of the British underground economy.

Invasion of the Bluebirds, A. Journal of a Football Fan, C.

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If extraneous material such as archival collection of hit and tell memoirs can assist this enterprise all well and good. Sullivan Massive Attack, T. As a small, hand to mouth operation, Milo gained from moral panic about hooliganism on the one hand and the mixing of popular music and football fan culture on the other. Harvey Among The Thugs, B. Running With a Pack of Wolves, G.

One cultural manifestation is in football fan culture. Accuracy of accounts of events, however violent and unpleasant, has been important to the independent publishers of the football hooligan memoirs in stark contrast to mass media accounts. The genre is regularly showcased in all kinds of old and new media. Tales from a Battling Blade, S. Youth Subcultures in Post-War Britain.

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