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Michel Desbordes (editor). Marketing and Football: An International Perspective. Butterworth-Heinemann. 2007. 518pp.

Paul Dimeo; James Mills (editor). Soccer in South Asia: Empire, Nation, Diaspora. Routledge. 2001. 185pp.

Gerry P. T. Finn; Richard Giulianotti (editor). Football Culture: Local Contests, Global Visions. Routledge. 2000. 306pp.

Fan Hong; J. A. Mangan (editor). Soccer, Women, Sexual Liberation: Kicking Off a New Era. Routledge. 2004. 286pp.

Martin Johnes. Soccer and Society: South Wales, 1900-1939. University of Wales Press. 2002. 238pp.

Andrei S. Markovits; Steven L. Hellerman. Offside: Soccer and American Exceptionalism. Princeton University Press. 2001. 367pp.

Simon Martin. Football and Fascism: The National Game Under Mussolini. Berg Publishers. 2004. 282pp.

Tony Mason. Passion of the People? Football in South America. Verso. 1995. 174pp.

Udo Merkel; Walter Tokarski (editor). Racism and Xenophobia in European Football. Meyer & Meyer. 1996. 189pp.

Bill Murray. The World's Game: A History of Soccer. University of Illinois Press. 1998. 256pp.

Steve Redhead. Post-Fandom and the Millennial Blues: The Transformation of Soccer Culture. Taylor & Francis. 1997. 160pp.

Tamir Sorek. Arab Soccer in a Jewish State: The Integrative Enclave. Cambridge University Press. 2007. 225pp.

Stefan Szymanski; Andrew S. Zimbalist. National Pastime: How Americans Play Baseball and the Rest of the World Plays Soccer. Brookings Institution Press. 2005. 263pp.

Alan Tomlinson; Christopher Young (editor). German Football: History, Culture, Society. Routledge. 2006. 258pp.

Jamie Trecker. Love and Blood: At the World Cup with the Footballers, Fans, and Freaks. Harcourt Trade. 2007. 264pp.

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