Pre the 1960s and the first GBP100 a week footballer (Johnny Haynes - now there's a coincidence!) football was the preserve of the working man who attended matches in vast numbers. It was a working class pursuit and one that attracted people through a fierce tribalism and loyalty to 'your team'. With the advent of footballers being paid well above the national wage it has gone from being a sport to a business. Now in paperback, "When Football Was Football" is a fully illustrated book that takes us through the Century of English football from the photographic and written archives of the Daily Mirror.