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Tuesday, 16 March 2010

UK Ultras - The Book

BarryBarry writes:

Well, I guess it was only a matter of time.

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I'm happy to announce the publication of the first UK Ultras book, and the first English language J. League book for a while. The book is the UK Ultras' photo diary of the last few years spent following S-Pulse and is available here for purchase at the meager price of just £8.95 (around 1200 yen) in paperback. For that you get over 110 pictures crammed into forty lovely full colour pages - that's just 31 yen a page!



The book is unashamedly full of pictures of me and my friends, and if you've been to a game with me in that time, you're probably in it. :) I made this for my S-Pulse buddies, but have had a few people ask after one, so I figured I may as well make it available for anyone who is interested.

You can have a virtual scan of it here, and if you're interested in having a little look at some normal fans having some fun old times in the J. League, then you could do far worse than this little picture book. If you're already in Japan and follow some other team, then you can have a gander at how we roll down Shimizu way. ;)

7 comments:

Falc said...

I'm from Spain, and that book will be in my hands as soon as possible ;)

Good work!

Barry said...

Falc,

Thank you so much! I hope you like it and can enjoy a little glimpse into life following S-Pulse. :)

Barry

manyar said...

Brilliant idea, mate! I'm almost tempted to splash out on a copy myself. Almost. ;)

Barry said...

A bunch of pictures of people you've never met supporting a rival team? I think you'd definitely be better off with a copy on your shelf. :)

Nerdy said...

they don`t mess about at UK Ultras do they?? T-shirts, Books, good work chief!!

Barry said...

The UK Ultras are the whole package - synergy at it's most potent to create the ultimate multimedia support group experience.

Or something.

:)

Nerdy said...

maybe you should set up an interpretive modern theatre troup?? Uk Ultras through the eyes of a freshly opened crocus on a bleak moorland peak?? Could be a triumph:)!!