Ashwater Press – Tales From the Riverbank part 3

Well, it’s been an age since I posted anything on here and I’m not entirely sure I can remember how to do it. I’ve also left this reminder of Ashwater Press’ new book a little late in the day. They go to press very soon so if you’d like to pre-order and have your name printed in the book as a subscriber you’ll need to do so before THIS Sunday (9th September). There will be a limited number of part three of the Riverbank books printed, so don’t hang around if you want to get a copy (I can highly recommend them from the previous two volumes).

With over 125 photographs (many of these pictures never seen before), this 224-page hardback book is a breathtaking and detailed insight into two more turbulent seasons at Craven Cottage (1969-70 and 1970-71). It’s a time when Fulham start their climb back to respectability. Every game, every goal, all the comings and goings on and off the pitch; every detail relating to life at Fulham FC at that time – well over 100 matches are covered. What’s in this volume? Well …………….

The shock departure of Malcolm Macdonald / Fulham go crazy with eight goals at Halifax Town / Fulham score sixteen goals in just three league games / The Doncaster Rovers thugs come to town / Johnny Haynes gets the Fulham goalscoring record / The Luton Town floodlight failure / George Cohen’s testimonial match / The first round FA Cup knock out at Fourth Division Exeter City / George Cohen takes charge of the juniors / The Bristol Rovers leaflet protest / John Richardson scores one of the goals of the season in a rare Fulham TV appearance / Johnny Haynes’ final Fulham game / Fulham’s two wins in eighteen games, and morale at rock bottom / A great revival and Fulham push on to fifteen league games unbeaten / The Fulham youth, victorious in Düsseldorf / Jimmy Conway and Steve Earle head the league’s goalscoring charts / The departure of Johnny Haynes and the arrival of Jimmy Dunne / Barry Lloyd made captain at twenty-one / The Watney Cup thriller with Derby County / All five forwards score against Bradford City / Rodney Marsh’s first return to the Cottage and Rangers being rattled out of the League Cup / Cup specialists Swindon Town become Fulham’s next League Cup victims / Another fifteen game unbeaten run / Stan Brown’s testimonial match / Dad winning the FA Cup duel of the Dodgins / League Cup quarterfinal heartache at Ashton Gate / The Gillingham pantomime on ice / Three goals in eight minutes at Priestfield / The Fulham champagne promotion party at Bradford City / The Preston North End final letdown / Fulham Town Hall celebrations / The Riverside stand gets the go-ahead. ……………………..phew! That’s just a thumbnail summary.

Just to confirm, we are holding the price at the same level as six years ago, despite increases in printing costs. Regrettably postage is now a bit more, but that aspect is out of our control! Tales from the Riverbank Part 3 will be available early into the new season (early to mid October). It will be possible to collect books from both Ascot and Twickenham and for two games outside the Craven Cottage ground (Aston Villa and Everton games).

We can now definitely confirm that we will be producing an Ashwater Desk Diary for 2013 later this year after the great feedback we received regarding last year’s diary. We will print more this year, as we know many were disappointed that we sold out. We will also be producing an Ashwater Wall Calendar for Christmas as well. We will send out another update in a couple of week’s time when the details are finalised.

To order your copy / copies of Tales from the Riverbank Part 3:

Visit (Click link)

Where you can pay and subscribe using PAYPAL

Or where you can download an order form and pay by cheque using the post.

For any other information, please E mail:

Or telephone: 01344 – 624231

2 thoughts on “Ashwater Press – Tales From the Riverbank part 3

  1. G’day Martin/Ken,

    I would like to order ‘ tales from the riverbank3’ and David hamilton’s book also. Please let me have total cost inc. postage to Australia. Please have my name ‘ John galea’ included in book as a subscriber.

    I would like, as in the past, like to pay by cheque.

    Thanks and regards,
    John galea

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