MODERN FOOTBALL FOR THE SPECTATOR by

MODERN FOOTBALL FOR THE SPECTATOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

With the many new techniques, rules, systems which have changed this sport in its particulars if not in its fundamentals, this description of the game should be of real value to kibbitzers on the sidelines who will profit by a little coaching. The organization and selection of the teams; the field; officials and the signals they use; formations; offensive and defensive plays and the problems of the players in the various positions- all make up an analysis and explanation of the game which posits a main principle- don't keep your eye on the ball. Diagram illustrations emphasize the procedures of play. For the grads in the grandstands, this is sure to intensify spectator sportsmanship and enjoyment.

Pub Date: Sept. 9th, 1953
Publisher: Lippincott