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The Arthur Wharton biography

The forgotten story of Arthur Wharton sporting superstar of the late 19th century, following research funded by "Football Unites, Racism Divides" is now available in hardback for 10.95 direct from Football Unites.

By buying the book directly from Football Unites, not only will you receive it at a specially discounted price, you can also show your support for the aims of the project, as a contribution from each sale will go towards ensuring the continuation of the project's unique Anti-Racist Resources and Information Centre.

To order your copy of "The First Black Footballer", send a cheque for 10.95 for each book to:

Football Unites, Racism Divides,
The Stables,
Mount Pleasant Community Centre,
Sharrow Lane,
Sheffield S11 8AE.
UK.

Postage & Packaging:
Please add 1.50 within the UK, 2.00 within EC, or 4.50 for the rest of the world; for the first book, then 1.00 for each subsequent book.

Please make cheques payable to Football Unites, Racism Divides.

"Arthur Wharton is hardly a household name, but perhaps he should be... his sporting achievements elevate him way beyond many far better known and celebrated figures. He was a remarkable athlete who led a remarkable life through one of the most turbulent periods in British history."
Irvine Welsh (Author of Trainspotting).

"...Writen with a passion and erudition... I hope this book is read by anyone who is interested in the history of sport and football in particular..."
Tony Whelan (Manchester United Centre of Excellence)

The first black footballer - the Arthur Wharton book
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