Scouted Football Handbook 2019: Volume IV
Scouted Football Handbook 2019: Volume IV
Scouted Football Handbook 2019: Volume IV
Scouted Football Handbook 2019: Volume IV
Scouted Football Handbook 2019: Volume IV
Scouted Football Handbook 2019: Volume IV
Scouted Football Handbook 2019: Volume IV
Scouted Football Handbook 2019: Volume IV

Scouted Football Handbook 2019: Volume IV

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Your definitive guide to the 2019's most interesting young prospects is back for its fourth and final instalment of the year. 

Each quarter, the Scouted Football Handbook features 25 comprehensive, long-form pieces of analysis on our pick of 25 talents. We'll guide you through their journeys so far, exhaustively break down and analyse their playing styles, and let you know where we think the future might take them.

Each Volume serves as a fully fledged guide in its own right but, for the collectors of the world, why not grab copies of Volumes I, II and III in a handy bundle? Volumes I & II were reprinted in strictly limited qualities after our initial stock sold out, but when they're gone this time around, they're gone forever.

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Quarterly volumes. Announcement on new collection to come early 2020 - make sure to sign up to our mailing list to get the lowdown first!

Strictly limited quantities. Packages contain exclusive Scouted Football stickers.

*SHIPPING INFORMATION*: We offer worldwide shipping, but please allow 3-4 weeks for shipments outside of Europe. Domestic orders can take 2-5 business days to arrive. You'll receive a shipping confirmation email when we ship your item. Unfortunately we cannot offer tracked shipments at this time (a tracking number will be provided but this will only be updated when delivery is attempted and cannot be used to track the package in transit). 

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Product photos by Richard Oxford.