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Denis Law books
Denis Law Books
Regarded as one of Manchester United's greats, Denis Law was the fans' favourite at United. Matt Busby signed Law from Torino in 1962 for a British record fee of £115,000. He spent eleven years at Old Trafford, scoring 236 goals in 409 appearances. The King won the European Player of the Year in 1964, and in 1965 and 1967, he helped United win the First Division Championship. He missed out playing in the European Cup final in 1968 due to a knee injury and had to watch the famous European triumph over Benfica, from his hospital bed. Denis is also famous for scoring for City against United in 1974 which put United down and ironically was his final kick in a domestic match. Despite the fact that he retired from football 40 years ago there is still a big appetite for books about Denis Law.
Denis Law - My Life in Football

Denis Law - My Life in Football
By Denis Law Publishers Simon & Schuster 2011
This is the ultimate book about the King. Sumptuously presented with many great photos. This book is a fitting tribute to the United legend and if you want to choose just one book about him, this should be the one.
Denis Law - King and Country

Denis Law - King and Country
By Alex Gordon Publishers Arena Sport 2013
We haven't yet seen a copy of this book but it gets excellent reviews and covers his Scotland career in depth.
Denis Law - The King

The King - Denis Law - Hero of the Stretford End
By Brian Hughes Publishers Empire 2004
A superb biography of one of United's greatest ever players by one of United's greatest ever biographers.
Denis Law - The King

The King - My Autobiography
By Denis Law Publishers Bantam Press 2003
In the 1960s, Denis Law was the King of Old Trafford. When it came to scoring goals, Law was the master, a mercurial genius. Loved by the fans because he always gave his all on the pitch, this fierce Scotsman fought for everything and was afraid of nothing. Having played for Huddersfield and Torino, Law joined United for a new British record transfer fee of £115,000 in August 1962. He scored two goals in his debut game and many more were to follow -160 of them in only 222 games over his first five seasons. Many of them were outrageous, some seemingly impossible, but everything was done with a confident arrogant style the fans found irresistible. Law won the European Footballer of the Year award in 1964 and captained Manchester United on several occasions, helping them win the league twice, in 1965 and 1967, as a member of the legendary trio of Best, Law and Charlton. His 55 Scotland caps include many a clash with England, most famously when they beat the then World Cup holders 3-2 at Wembley in 1967. This book tells the extraordinary story of an Aberdeen boy made good - from humble beginnings Denis Law reached the very pinnacle of soccer fame. Containing entertaining anecdotes about the likes of George Best, Matt Busby and Jimmy Greaves, Denis also lets us know in no uncertain terms his views on the modern game. The paperback was released in 2004. It was re-released in hardback again by Magna Large Print books in May 2005.
The Lawman

Denis Law: The Lawman
By Denis Law & Bernard Bale Publishers Andre Deutsch 1999
Denis Law remains one of the greatest names ever to have graced a football stadium. He personified the spirit of Manchester United during the sensational sixties and of course he breathed the fire of Scotland in the furthest corners of the world. Denis Law became a legend as he played and remains a legend today. In this highly charged and amusing memoir, Law takes us through the various - often controversial - steps of his phenomenal career and reveals how he really felt when he scored the goal that sent his favourite team into relegation. But more than that, Denis talks about the fire that still burns within him, the wish that he was still pulling on those famous United and Scotland shirts. He talks about life as television pundit, travelling to the sunny shores of the Mediterranean and the frozen wastes of Siberia just to give his opinion on a football match. And he talks about today's game and in particular about today's Manchester United. One of the most popular and charismatic figures ever involved in football, Denis Law also reveals his serious side, his brushes with death and his hopes for the future. This is not just a football story, it is the unique tale of a unique world star. At times he shoots from the hip - but then what else would you expect from The Lawman? The paperback version was released in 2001.

United - The Legendary Years 1958-1968
By Denis Law & Pat Crerand Publishers Virgin 1997
Nicely presented book by two of the legends who played a massive part in the rebuilding of United after Munich.
Denis Law's Scottish Soccer Special

Denis Law's Scottish Soccer Special
By Denis Law Publishers Granddreams 1990
A book focusing on football in the Scottish Premiership back in 1990.
Denis Law's Soccer Special

Denis Law Soccer Special
By Denis Law & Ron Gubba Publishers Collins Willow 1983
Denis Law 'The King' - The Spring-Heeled marksman who could hang in the air and wait for crosses while his merely human markers were overcome by gravity and feel out of the sky - has turned since his playing days into a lively radio and television commentator. In the book, from the turnstiles and the terraces to the manager's office and the director's box, Denis Law looks at all those larger than life characters that make up the football club. He ranges the world from Leeds Road, Huddersfield, where he began as an apprentice crisp-packet sweeper and toilet roll changer, to the footballing strongholds of Italy and South America, and the strange razzmatazz of the United States. He also has some ear-burning remarks to make about the calamities befalling himself and his colleagues in the commentary box - and some novel assessments of those same soccer-mad colleagues when they themselves take to the field. This book is a collection of entertaining tales and amusing observations of the game Denis loves.
Denis Law's Soccer Special

Denis Law - The Autobiography
By Denis Law with Ron Gubba Publishers MacDonald & Jane's 1979
The second of Denis's autobiographies tells the complete story (His first left off at 1963, before his greatest successes at United). This is the autobiography of Denis Law who was one of Scotland's greatest footballers. He was the most expensive footballer on the British transfer market on three occasions. Firstly, when he transferred to Manchester City. Secondly, when he transferred to Turin in Italy and finally when he came home to play for the greatest team of that period - Manchester United. Reissued in paperback 1980 by Futura.
Denis Law's Book of Soccer No 6

Denis Law's Book of Soccer No.6
By Denis Law Publishers Pelham 1971
A general review of football, with articles by Denis Law.
Denis Law's Book of Soccer No 5

Denis Law's Book of Soccer No.5
By Denis Law Publishers Pelham 1970
A general review of football, with articles by Denis Law. No.5 in the series a lavishly illustrated annual mostly of soccer action and behind the scenes from the 1960's, Apart from the many feature articles by Denis Law , there are special contributions by Dave Mackay, Emlyn Hughes, Willie Morgan, Bill Shankly, Billy McNeill, Alan Mullery, Tommy Craig, Roy Castle, Mike Summerbee, John Greig, Cliff Lloyd, Peter Dee, Harold Shepherdson, Noel Cantwell, Jon Sammels.
Denis Law's Book of Soccer No 4

Denis Law's Book of Soccer No.4
By Denis Law Publishers Pelham 1969
A general review of football, with articles by Denis Law. No.4 in the series a lavishly illustrated annual mostly of soccer action and behind the scenes from the 1960's, Apart from the many feature articles by Denis Law , there are special contributions by George Best, Roger Hunt, Johnny Giles, Ken Aston, Derek Dougan,, Mike Summerbee, Brian Kidd, Alan Ball, Les Shannon, Tommy Trinder, Tony Smith, Charlie Cooke, Malcolm Allison, Ken Aston, Cliff Lloyd, G.Jephcote, Bobby Charlton, Derek Ibbotson.
Denis Law's Book of Soccer No 4

Denis Law's Book of Soccer No.3
By Denis Law Publishers Pelham 1968
A general review of football, with articles by Denis Law. No.3 in the series a lavishly illustrated annual mostly of soccer action and behind the scenes from the 1960's, Apart from the many feature articles by Denis Law , there are special contributions by Ray Wilson, Terry Paine, Ian St John, Alan Mullery, Matt Busby, Gordon Bank, Bobby Charlton, Jack Charlton, Charles Hughes, Geoff Hurst, Derek Ibbotson, Joe Mercer, Jimmy Tarbuck, Tony Waiters.
Denis Law's Book of Soccer No 4

Denis Law's Book of Soccer No.2
By Denis Law Publishers Pelham 1967
A general review of football, with articles by Denis Law. No.2 in the series a lavishly illustrated annual mostly of soccer action and behind the scenes from the 1960's, Apart from the many feature articles by Denis Law , there are special contributions by Ray Wilson, Pat Crerand, Terry Paine, Billy McNeill, Ian St John, Phil Woosnam, John Connelly, Alan Wade, Arthur Ellis, Bobby Collins, Noel Cantwell, Harold Sheperdson, Matt Busby.
Denis Law's Book of Soccer No 4

Denis Law's Book of Soccer
By Denis Law Publishers Pelham 1965
A lavishly illustrated annual mostly of soccer action and behind the scenes from the 1960's, Apart from the many feature articles by Denis Law , there are special contributions by Ray Wilson, Pat Crerand, Bobby Moore, George Best, Tom Finney, Matt Busby, Tommy Docherty.
The Golden Boots by Denis Law

The Golden Boots (Sportaces Novels)
By Denis Law & Kenneth Wheeler Publishers Pelham 1967
A very rare and unusual book. A football novel supposedly written by Denis Law. Part of a series of sports novels, with other authors including Gary Sobers and Graham Hill. Did Denis really write this? Our information points to it being ghostwritten by Reginald Alec Martin. It also seems that a planned follow up "The Prize and the Game" was never issued but if you know differently, we'd like to hear from you.
Tackle Soccer This Way

Tackle Soccer This Way
By Denis Law Publishers Stanley Paul 1965
Denis teaches football in this book which followed that of the same title written by Duncan Edwards which is now highly collectable. The book was re-issued in 1967, 1968 and in 1970 (paperback).
Denis Law - Living For Kicks

Living For Kicks
By Denis Law & Kenneth Wheeler Publishers Stanley Paul 1963
An early autobiography of one of Scotland's and Manchester most colourful players of the beautiful game.
Denis Law - Living For Kicks

Sports Stars of Today - Denis Law
By G.F. Battarbee Publishers Interspan Buchan 1963
A very rare lightweight paperback focusing on Denis Law, published in collaboration with Football Monthly. It contains photos and reviews his story to date (upto the end of the 192/63 season). Contains 25 pages.

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