Book Review – Celtic Quiz book on Kindle

The Hoops Quiz Book: 1,500 Questions on Glasgow Celtic Football Club

I was made aware of this book which has just been released as an e-book for Kindle. Whether your a user of Kindle or prefer a hard copy this is an excellent book for testing you and your fellow hoops on all things Celtic. The book has a good forward from Lisbon Lion Jim Craig and is stuffed with 1,500 questions on Celtic history.
I’m already hinting to the wife and weans that it would be a great book for “someone’s” birthday 🙂
Here’s the synopsis:
Are all you ardent Celtic fans up to this challenge? Pit your wits
against 1,500 wide-ranging questions about your beloved team, and get
ready to step up a gear as you progress to the last section, designed
to test even the most knowledgeable expert among you. You may know
your Henrik Larsson from your Liam Brady, but do you know your Yogi
from your Shuggie, or your Jambos from your Jags?
Covering the history of the team, players and managers, championships,
squad numbers, former clubs, opponents, specific seasons, transfers,
trophies, opponents, league positions, nationalities, nicknames,
leading goal scorers and award winners, there’s something to baffle
even die-hard aficionados.
Containing a wealth of information, it is as much an excellent
reference book of facts and figures as it is a quiz book, and it is
guaranteed both to entertain and to stir up memories of unforgettable
moments in Celtic’s history, as well as the personalities that have
made the Club what it is today.
I think this book adds to the wealth of quality Celtic FC books on the market.I can see it going down well with a few mates and a few beers.
The book is written by John White
Here is the Amazon link to the book which is priced at £7.50 which
includes VAT & free wireless delivery via Amazon Whispernet:

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