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Unlike Cricket and Golf, Football was slow to foster a reading public and Victorian and Edwardian football books from the likes of Shearman, Alcock, Jackson and Catton are scarce and highly collectable. There are, of course, football annuals from the s, which give a great sense of the early days of football and football history. Football books about tournaments took off in tandem with the development of the World Cup in Up until World War Two, however, the majority of football books published were instructional, although early club histories appeared for Sheffield Wednesday, Queens Park, Everton and others. The real explosion of the publishing industry bringing out football books followed WW2 and there are now many thousands of titles with most professional players rushing into print, many several times.
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Unlike today, the aim of a programme was to keep score and it was made up of a single sheet detailing the teams and match date. Soon after, the football programme took on a weightier format of between four and eight pages, while the covers became more attention-grabbing and attractive. During and after World War II, a paper shortage cut the number of programmes that clubs could produce — making any that were released very collectible today.