Face to Face

Face to Face

Enduring Rivalries in World Soccer

Taylor & Francis Ltd






Pré-lançamento - envio 15 a 20 dias após a sua edição

Descrição não disponível.
Introduction: rivalries in world soccer Kausik Bandyopadhyay 1. Up'Ards, Down'Ards and derbies: figurational reflections on intense enmity in pre-modern English football Graham Curry 2. The 'talk o' the toon'? An examination of the Heart of Midlothian and Hibernian football rivalry in Edinburgh, Scotland John Kelly and Alan Bairner 3. The 'Auld Enemy'? Exploring the England vs. Scotland rivalry from the perspective of soccer fans Stuart Whigham and Tom Gibbons 4. 'They're just not my team': the issue of player allegiances within Irish football, 2007-2012 Conor Murray and David Hassan 5. Laudrup or Ibrahimovic: who is the best Scandinavian soccer player of all time? Soren Frank 6. Atletico versus Real: Madrid's soccer feud, urban space and stadia Vicente Rodriguez Ortega 7. Searching for identity through football: the Nicosia derby Christos Kassimeris and Charis Xinari 8. Derby of a 'difficult' history: the Poland-Russia match at Euro 2012 Martin J. Kozon 9. Superclasicos and rivalry antecedents: exploring soccer club rivalries in Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico Charles Parrish and B. David Tyler 10. USA vs. Mexico: history, geopolitics and economics of one of the world's oldest rivalries in soccer Steven Apostolov 11. The genesis of team rivalry in the New World: sparks to fan animosity in Major League Soccer Joe Cobbs and B. David Tyler 12. AFC Leopards and Gor Mahia: footballing rivalry and shared political underdog status in Kenya W.W.S. Njororai 13. Frenemies: understanding the interconnectedness of rival fan identities in Harare, Zimbabwe Manase Kudzai Chiweshe 14. See no evil, hear no evil and speak no evil? The press, violence and hooliganism at the 'Battle of Zimbabwe' Lyton Ncube and Allen Munoriyarwa 15. PRC v. Hong Kong: politics and identity from the Cold War years to the twenty-first century Chun Wing Lee 16. Australian soccer rivalries: diasporas, violence and the Balkan connection Binoy Kampmark