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The Aboriginal soccer tribe : a history of Aboriginal involvement with the world game / John Maynard
Bib ID 5448370
Format BookBook
Author
Maynard, John, 1954-
 
Description Broome, W.A. : Magabala Books, 2011 
192 p. : ill., facsims., ports. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 9781921248399
1921248394
Summary

A first in sporting literature, this is the largely untold history of Aboriginal involvement with the world game. Maynard examines an important aspect of our nations sporting history.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 184-185) and index.

Subjects Soccer players, Aboriginal Australian.  |  Soccer players, Aboriginal Australian -- History.  |  Soccer -- Australia.  |  Soccer -- Australia -- History.  |  Australian
Available From PO Box 668 Broome WA 6725 

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