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Now in its fifth year, the Footy Almanac is an institution. So when the final siren goes on the 2011 season, it isn't really over – there's plenty to tide you over to next year as the Almanackers take the reins, reliving every game, round by round.
Get your footy fix from the Almanac. It's the game as you see it, from the grandstand, from the bar, from the lounge room.
'If standing in the outer with a frosty can of beer was a football book, it would be The Footy Almanac.' Sunday Herald Sun
'The Footy Almanac has it all – flawed analysis, dubious wit and all the melodrama of another footy season, captured brilliantly by these passionate devotees, who think they know what they are talking about!' David Parkin
'I like these writers – I love these stories. Accounts of folks who see this game for the beautiful, freakish theatre that it is.' Tim Rogers
'A warm and genuine celebration of football.' Readings Books and Music
About The Author
John Harms is a writer and broadcaster. he lives in Melbourne. He writes for The Age and appears on ABC-TV's Offsiders.
Paul Daffey is a journalist and author. He lives in Melbourne. He writes for the Age among other publications.
Number Of Pages: 544
Published: 17th November 2011
Dimensions (cm): 23.1 x 15.4
Weight (kg): 23.1
Edition Number: 1