The 208-page hardback, published by Pitch Publishing, takes an in-depth and entertaining look at 50 of the best City games from 1921 to 2013. All of the classics fans would expect are featured in this terrace ticket back in time, including the 1927 triumph, the Real Madrid success and last season’s promotion-clincher against Charlton. But there are also less talked about successes put under the spotlight, such as a 6-1 win over Liverpool in 1957, the crucial 1-1 draw against Palace in 1974 and the incredible eight-man draw at Cambridge United in 1999.
To be in with a chance of winning a copy, take a guess at what the crowd will be at the KC Stadium for Saturday’s Premier League match between HullCity and Cardiff. The Tigers managed 23,682 for their win against Norwich last month, but will it be a few less this weekend?
Send your guess to firstname.lastname@example.org by 2pm on Saturday, remembering to also state your name. Alternatively, reply to the relevant thread on the message board. The nearest guess wins.
Cardiff City Greatest Games is written by Sean Wozencroft (pictured), a third-generation City fan. Sean, 27, is a full-time journalist and sport journalism graduate.
The book is available from the usual online sources, including Amazon and The Book Depository, as well as selected book stores around Cardiff. There is also a Kindle edition available from Amazon.
Source: Cardiff City Online