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Confessions Of An Exeter City Nut (2004)

The unlikely love affair of a man with 3 remortgages, 5 credit cards & a love for a non-league team. You'll laugh, and cry...and then cry some more! Buy here for book.



Poor 'Ol Harry Sack (2006)

The most unluckiest gambler in the Western world and his daily quest to avoid being struck by lighting in a vain attempt to win money. Astonishingly based on a true story....sort of. Buy here for book.




The first book written detailing the history of Waterford FC, told in a factual but fun way. A big seller when released the publication has some astounding facts and figures an a foreword by great Jimmy Magee. Buy here for book.


One Flew Over The Crossbar (2007)

The continuing story of joy, pain and severe depression following Exeter City and their struggle to the non-entity of non-league football back into the football league. Buy here for book


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Blue, White & Dynamite (2007)

Stories of Waterford FC over the last 40 years told by different, players, staff and fans. There are some great stories and contributions within it pages, making it a very interesting read. Buy here for book. 


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50/50  (2008)

Charting 50 Waterford singer, songwriters and groups from the city over the last 50 years. Everyone from Gilbert O'Sullivan to the Blue Aces, Neuro & Soul Reazon. The book is a must have for fans of local singers and groups. Not available at present. Will be in 2024.

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Blow It Up Ref! (2010)

A history of every club in the Waterford Junior & District League. From Bohs to Bolton, Tramore to Tycor and beyond. Even the defunct clubs feature. The first book of it's kind will have you basking in the warm nostalgia of these teams. Buy here for book.



Just Follow The Floodlights (2011)

Nominated for Irish Sports Book of The Year, a catalogue of 47 past & present League of Ireland teams complete with history. An Best Seller with sales of over 3500 copies. It went to Number 1 seven times on Amazon. You can buy here on Kindle.



Radio Blaa Blaa (2012)

A book which charts the rise and fall of three of Waterford's pirate radio stations - WLR, ABC and Suirside Radio complete with history and loads of interviews with those who made it possible. By here for book.



Grass Roots Muddy Boots, (2014)

An update of all of the current Waterford Junior League clubs as well as some chapters on Waterford FC. Plenty of interesting stats in a book over 350 long. Currently not available.



One Team. One Dream. One Friday Night. (2018)


A collection of stories from 40 fans from 40 league of Ireland clubs that takes in decades of memories. A superb book of nostalgia for all League of Ireland fans. Buy book here.


Characters & Closures (2016)

A history of some of Waterford's iconic factories and their rise and fall. Featuring some of the cities most well know characters. It features the likes of Clover Meats, Denny's, Papermills, ACEC and Waterford Glass. Buy book here.

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That Summer in dublin !

For the first time in over 40 years, the story of Bagatelle, Irelands most well loved and successful bands. Their high's, lows and story of survival will warm many a heart. Buy book here.


The first ever book to cover the beloved Waterford Pubs & Factory League and celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Waterford Soccer Referees Society. To get it buy here

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A complete 93 year history of Waterford Football Club from 1930-2023. 320 pages of info, stats, complete with over 110 superb photographs to boot. Available now - just go to BUY NOW on main page to purchase. alternatively you can buy book here


The tour of each League of Ireland club in 2011 for 'Just Follow The Floodlights!

21 Grounds

Belfield Bowl - UCD
RSC - Waterford FC.
City Calling Stadium - Longford Town
Carlisle Grounds - Bray Wanderers
Dalymount Park - Bohemians
Richmond Park - St. Pat's Athletic
Gortakeegan - Monaghan United
United Park - Drogheda United
Lissywoolen - Athlone Town
Oriel Park - Dundalk
Drom - Salthill Devon
Eamon Deasy Park - Galway United
Jackman Park - Limerick FC
The Brandywell - Derry City FC
Turners Cross - Cork City
Tallaght Stadium
Fahy's Field - Mervue United
Finn Park - Finn Harps
Tolka Park - Shelbourne
Ferrycarrig - Wexford Youths
The Showgrounds - Sligo Rovers
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