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Publisher Description

Yellow and Black : A Season with Richmond reveals the intimate story of the Richmond Football Club through the highs and heartaches of the 2017 season. With unprecedented access to club officials, players and coaches, author Konrad Marshall takes the reader inside the rooms at the key moments the campaign, chronicling the Tigers’ journey towards premiership contention. This is not just a book of wins and losses, it’s the story of a professional football club and how it operates at every level: from the fitness staff, to the coaching panel, the players, and the Board. Football has changed enormously since Richmond’s last flag, in 1980, and Marshall explains in great detail the enormous amount of work and thought that goes into every decision made—on and off the field. Whether the Tigers make it to the last Saturday in September or not, their story is rich and explosive. Yellow and Black : A Season with Richmond is full of unparalleled access to all the key moments, including frank and occasionally emotional interviews with all the key figures. A Season with Richmond is a compulsory read for all football fans.

GENRE
Sports & Recreation
RELEASED
2017
1 October
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
492
Pages
PUBLISHER
Slattery Media Group
SELLER
Slattery Media Group
SIZE
18.4
MB

Customer Reviews

Ancible ,

Best book ever

Beautifully written, with deep insights and expansive anecdotes, this book is simply wonderful. It’s a fan’s experience, but it’s also a manual on how this team did so well. Congratulations Konrad Marshall and all involved in the 2017 Richmond premiership. You’ve brought a lot of joy to me and I’m sure many others.

Matty Yees How Good ,

Well Done!

To Konrad and Geoff Slattery just a masterful display. Couldn’t put it down not just because I am a Richmond Supporter but because of the rare access gained to learn the inner workings and emotion that is an Australian Sports club at the elite level.
One of the best sports books to come out of this country for a long long time

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