volume 39, issue 3, P627-645 1991
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-954x.1991.tb00870.x
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Abstract: The paper emphasizes the need for an alternative sociology of football that goes beyond the issue of football hooliganism, which has dominated work in the field. In the light of the Taylor Report and the agenda of modernization of football in the 1990s, research into the football crowd as a whole is required. A positive view of the state of English football in 1990 is presented as a corrective to the negative image of the 198()s. The debate is set in the context of my previous work on the politics of football…

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