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The Great Football IQ Quiz Book

The Great Football IQ Quiz Book (Paperback)

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Compiled by the all-knowing Judge of The Sun, there are hundreds of questions and puzzles that will keep you occupied for hours. Keep a check on your score and your running total in the scorecheck boxes at the bottom of each page. The answers to each quiz are at the foot of the next page but one, so you don't have to go searching around at the back of the book every few minutes to find out whether you are right. This is a book that you play rather than read. See how you score, and then try out the quizzes on your friends.

Sport & HobbiesHobbies, quizzes & gamesPuzzles & quizzesSport & HobbiesSports & outdoor recreationFootball or Soccer incl Association football Publisher: New Generation Publishing Publication Date: 17/06/2005 ISBN-13: 9780755201938  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Norman Giller is an old hand at the writing game (71 books to date) but new to print-on-demand self-publishing. He calls it the biggest revolution in publishing since the Caxton Press. Norman was a Fleet Street staff writer for more than 20 years before freelancing in the worlds of television and publishing. He was 14 years a chief scriptwriter with the This Is Your Life team, has scripted and co-produced many TV and video (now DVD) productions, and with his son, Michael, compiles daily crosswords and puzzles for The Times, Daily Express, Sunday Express, News of the World and The Sun. A noted sports historian, he is The Judge of the Sun, fielding scores of sports questions from readers of the newspaper. Norman says, "Publish ... and be proud."

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