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Roy Hay, James Dun Hay, 1881-1940: The Story of a Footballer This is the footballing life story of James ‘Dun’ Hay, 1881-1940, captain of Celtic, Scotland and Newcastle United, who was suspended for life for refusing to apologise after accusing …
Roy Hay, 'Celtic and Australia,' The Celt, 100, February 2006, pp. 28-31. How do you recognise the contribution of Eugene McBride to the story of Celtic? The man is
Peter Burke and June Senyard, eds, Behind the Play: Football in Australia, Maribyrnong Press, Melbourne, 2008. Contains Roy Hay and Ian Warren, ‘Who supports Melbourne Victory?
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Green Gully Soccer Club: 50 YearsAustralian and British Soccer Weekly, 20 February 2007, p. 18. Reviewed by Alan Clark The rejuvenation of football in Australia arose as a consequence
Roy Hay and G A McLean, A History of the Geelong Chamber of Commerce, 1853-2005, Sports and Editorial Services Australia in association with the Geelong Chamber of Commerce,