“The Journey Back – Cardiff City’s Rise through the Divisions 1991-2013” now available.

CoymayJust to confirm that ”The Journey Back – Cardiff City’s Rise through the Divisions 1991-2013″ can be purchased on here through PayPal from today.

Just click on the words
“The Journey Back – Cardiff City’s Rise through the Divisions 1991-2013 now on sale.”
 
appearing at the top of the page to be taken to the page where you can order the book – apologies for the high shipping fees (which certainly came as a surprise to me), but our research shows that, despite this, Parcelforce is the cheapest option when compared to private couriers.
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The book can also be purchased from 2.00 to 3.45 and then from 6.00 to 6.30 from the Trust office at tomorrow’s match. If you cannot make the Swansea game for any reason, it will be on sale before the Man United and Arsenal matches and, hopefully, before the Wales v Finland match in a fortnight – we will also be selling it at the Trust’s 1992/93 celebration event at Cardiff City Stadium on 21 November

With 368 pages (plus another 16 in colour), The Journey Back is a must buy for Cardiff City fans as it chronicles each season from 1991/92 to 2012/13 in the form of reviews for each campaign written by myself and a statistical analysis by Richard Holt – it’d make a great Christmas present for any Bluebirds supporter!

 

 

 

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4 Responses to “The Journey Back – Cardiff City’s Rise through the Divisions 1991-2013” now available.

  1. Phil Atkinson says:

    Can’t get the blog to give me the paypal page!
    Can you fix? Ta!
    Phil.

  2. Phil Atkinson says:

    Ah! I can now! See earlier email thanks, Phil.

  3. Phil Atkinson says:

    How much for P and P! £27? Good Lord is it the size of a house?
    I’ll come to the ground. Who’s dispatching it? Surely the normaal post isn’t that steep?

  4. The other Bob Wilson says:

    It’s 1.5 kg Phil, we went to a post office and asked how much it was to send it to various parts of the world and were given those prices – that £27 is for second class post as well. I share your surprise at the prices, but others who post a lot more parcels than I do have told me it’s about what they would have expected.

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