Competition Time

Remember, Spoiler readers, there are books to be won!

Like these, only much newer

Books 

The Spoiler inbox has been going bananas all week, with entries to the recent book competition piling up like dirty plates in a student kitchen. Someone is going to have to sort this mess out.

And sorted it shall be. The two lucky winners will be announced on Monday morning – picked at random from the list. So for those who haven’t entered, here’s the deal:

Ladbrokes are very kindly giving away the entire shortlist for Football Book of the Year – awarded at the British Sports Book Awards later this month – to TWO lucky Spoiler readers. Read on if you fancy getting your hands on the loot.

To celebrate the upcoming British Sports Book Awards on 11 March 2010, Ladbrokes, sponsors of the category, is offering the chance to win the entire shortlist for the Football Book of the Year Award. Two lucky winners will take away a copy of all six books in the running to win this prestigious title, including:

“Englischer Fussball” by Raphael Honigstein

“Every Boy’s Dream” by Chris Green

“Why England Lose” by Simon Kuper and Stefan Szymanski

“Cantona” by Philippe Auclair

“Feet of the Chameleon” by Ian Hawkey

“Stokoe, Sunderland and ‘73″ by Lance Hardy.

To enter, simply email your answer to the following (below) question here:

“Which Englishman top scored at the 1986 World Cup?”

(For the most up to date and wide ranging sporting odds visit www.ladbrokes.com)


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