Football used to be better in the past... and here’s the proof. Got, Not Got focuses on British football’s apparent lost Utopia of the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s – the fondly remembered ‘Golden Age’ of mudbaths and cloggers, of miniature, carpet-level games and imaginary, comic-fuelled worlds. It evokes the feel and smell of football past, its rituals and relics. But there’s more to the brilliantly grumpy authors’ vision than a hilarious, heartstring-tugging celebration of everything we miss in modern football. There are hundreds of beautiful images of a lost football culture, pin-sharp observations and memories shared by generations of fans – in all, an ideal blueprint to help restore the game to its former glories!