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Scottish Football Almanac 4th Edition, 2017/18

Posted: Fri Aug 04, 2017 12:36 pm
by prorege
The 4th Edition of the Scottish Football Almanac will be published on Monday August 7th. Many thanks to those who have ordered a copy already – they will be posted out on Monday, all being well.

The Almanac has grown to 568 pages this season with a number of new features. It still provides comprehensive coverage of every level of Scottish football from the International teams, through the SPFL, Junior and Senior Non Leagues to the Amateurs, Welfare, Schools, Youths and Women’s football.

The price remains £19.99, unchanged for the past three years.

Copies can be ordered, post free, through our website here:

www.rel8mediapublishing.weebly.com/

Back issues of the previous 3 editions are also available.

Cheques, payable to Rel8 Media, can be sent to us at Unit 7, Woodend Business Centre, Cowdenbeath, KY4 8HG.

Re: Scottish Football Almanac 4th Edition, 2017/18

Posted: Wed Aug 30, 2017 12:04 am
by Swampy
Trying to order from the US, which doesn't give me any postage costs. I assume this is in error as believe me, it costs a lot to ship a book here from the US. Is it possible to add this option? If not I'll be back home for a few days in September so I can get it posted then, but I'd prefer not to do that if at all possible. I'd rather just pay the shipping cost so I don't have to use luggage space.

Re: Scottish Football Almanac 4th Edition, 2017/18

Posted: Wed Aug 30, 2017 6:44 am
by prorege
Private message sent.

Re: Scottish Football Almanac 4th Edition, 2017/18

Posted: Fri Sep 01, 2017 6:19 pm
by Swampy
Cheers!

Re: Scottish Football Almanac 4th Edition, 2017/18

Posted: Tue Sep 12, 2017 12:46 am
by Swampy
It got here today, many thanks for the fast postage. Been flicking through it tonight and probably the most amazing part is finding out Chris Templeman has scored 191 goals in 681 games! Close second - finding out that Greenock and District is one of just two remaining winter welfare leagues.

Needless to say this is an anorak's dream come true. Great work!