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How Steeple Sinderby Wanderers Won the F.A.Cup This Classic Humour Novel Chronicles The Momentous Journey Of Steeple Sinderby An Unremarkable Fenland Village From The Mire Of Obscurity To National Heroics This Unbelievable Feat Is Contrived By The Serendipitous Meeting Of Three Great Men Mr Fangfoss Who Cares Nothing For Football , Dr Kossuth A Hungarian Academic And Headmaster Of The Village School, And The Wanderers Captain Alex Slingsby, A Mighty Warrior Biding His Time In Quiet Sinderby For The Chance To Rise Once.


About the Author: J.L. Carr

Carr was born in Thirsk Junction, Carlton Miniott, Yorkshire, into a Wesleyan Methodist family His father Joseph, the eleventh son of a farmer, went to work for the railways, eventually becoming a station master for the North Eastern Railway Carr was given the same Christian name as his father and the middle name Lloyd, after David Lloyd George, the Liberal Chancellor of the Exchequer He adopte



10 thoughts on “How Steeple Sinderby Wanderers Won the F.A.Cup

  1. says:

    Nachdem mich Ein Monat auf dem Land begeistert hatte, war f r mich klar, dass ich auch dieses Buch lesen w rde, und das, obwohl ich mich f r Fu ball berhaupt nicht interessiere Es hat vor allem mit der Erz hlhaltung und dem Tonfall zu tun, dass mich Carrs B cher so ansprechen Die letzten 40 Seiten habe ich heute in einem Strandkorb sitzend in Hohwacht gelesen, und als ich g


  2. says:

    The incredible Leicester City side that pulled what arguably has been the most endearing and unsuspected rabbit out of a priceless hat in 2016, might in all probability have been influenced by the fictional exploits of the motely crew that is Steeple Sinderby Wanderers The factual miracle of Claudio Ranieri s side has an eerie similarity excepting the decrepit facilities of the Wan


  3. says:

    Read this on a drowsy afternoon I happened to see it in the library, having read and loved a month in the country some time before that It is very different, but there is one thing that holds true for both books they re books about a time that is now past, which has never and will never come again into the lives of those who lived it And it is that mixed ache of melancholy and nostalgia an


  4. says:

    Wie die Steeple Sinderby Wanderers den Pokal holten Der Erz hler hat den Auftrag eine Chronik ber das Fu ballwunder von Sinderby zu verfassen Dabei stehen nicht so sehr die Spiele selbst im Mittelpunkt, als vielmehr die Dorfbewohner, die als Spieler, Funktion re oder Reporter die Mission FA Cup vorantreiben Die S...


  5. says:

    Die Frage, ob es ein perfekt geschriebenes Buch gibt, l sst sich nach der Lekt re von Wie die Steeple Sinderby Wanderers den Pokal holten schlicht und einfach mit Ja beantworten.Nicht umsonst gilt es als bestes Buch von J.L Carr Sein Biograph hat Carr als schwer fassbar, donquichottisch und durch und durch englisch beschrieben Cricket, alten Kirchen am Land, handgezeichneten Landkarten und nat rlich dem e


  6. says:

    Unabh ngig davon, ob sie auf tats chlichen Begebenheiten beruhen oder nicht, haben erfolgreiche Sportromane in der Regel eines gemeinsam sie erz hlen von Au enseitern, die aufgrund von speziellen Umst nden, au ergew hnlichen Zusammenhalts oder vielleicht auch nur durch das n tige Quentchen Gl ck Einzigartiges erreichen Solche Wunder sind zwar in der Realit t wie auch in der Fiktion ziemlich selten, gerade das mac


  7. says:

    This is a little gem A book, ostensibly about the improbable but totally believable march of a fenland village football team to FA Cup glory, that has something meaningful to say about measuring educational attainment, methods of effective pedagogy, the influence of sponsorship and intrusive media on the purity of sport, the advent of foreign management methods, the psychology of the game and the triumph of the little ma


  8. says:

    Everybody loves a good underdog sports story, and this one is about as charming as they get It s the story of a tiny rural village soccer team winning the biggest tournament in British soccer It s not really all that much about the soccer yo...


  9. says:

    Great book for football fans Only drawback is it appears to be set in 1973 meaning that Sunderland wouldn t have won the FA Cup Thank goodness it is just fantasy.


  10. says:

    Review taken from my old account, April 12 2016 My second J.L Carr read, and it s another slim, sublime piece of work After reading the magnificent A Month in the Country , and as a big football fan and Manchester United season ticket holder, I was instantly drawn to this new Penguin s Classics re release of How Steeple Sinderby Wanderers Won the FA Cup As a football fan, this short novel written in 1975 astonishingly sheds light on the modern


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