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[[File:BarryHugmanBoxing.jpeg|right|thumb|200px|The author seen boxing for Finchley ABC in 1960]]Barry J. Hugman is a sports author/statistician who was born in Hampstead Garden Suburb in 1941 and educated at Clarks College, Finchley. Having spent ten years concentrating on a business career he decided to produce what was called at the time the biggest job in football statistics–collating and presenting the records of all men who had played in the English Leagues since 1946. He has since gone on to publish many other works, a large number of which are recognised by the authorities as definitive sources in their field
  
Barry J Hugman is a sports author/statistician who was born in Hampstead Garden Suburb in 1941 and educated at Clarks College, Finchley. Having spent ten years concentrating on a business career he decided to produce what was called at the time the biggest job in football statistics–collating and presenting the records of all men who had played in the English Leagues since 1946. He has since gone on to publish many other works, a number of which are recognised by the authorities as definitive sources in their field.
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He also helped to devise and set up the British Boxing Board of Control British Boxing Awards, which took off in 1984, and launched the Boxing Monthly magazine in 1989. Nominated for the International Boxing Hall of Fame in Canastota, New York, in 2011 he received the British Boxing Board of Control Exceptional Award for services to the sport of British professional boxing
  
He also helped to devise and set up the British Boxing Board of Control British Boxing Awards, which took off in 1984, and launching the Boxing Monthly magazine in 1989. Has also been nominated for the International Boxing Hall of Fame in Canastota, New York. In 2011 he received the British Boxing Board of Control Exceptional Award for services to the sport of British professional boxing.
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'''Boxing Publications'''
[edit] Football Publications
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    Football League Players’ Records, 1946-1981. Now called PFA Premier & Football League Players’ Records, there have been five further editions, 1984, 1988, 1992, 1998 and 2005
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The George Wimpey Amateur Boxing Association Yearbook, 1982
    Hugman’s Football Annual. Formerly the Football League Year, there were two editions, 1989 and 1990
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    The Official Football League Yearbook. First published in 1991, there was a further edition in 1992
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    Premier League: The Players. First published in 1992, there was a further edition in 1993
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    PFA Footballers’ Who’s Who. Launched in 1995 as the PFA Footballers’ Factfile, there were 15 further editions
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[edit] Boxing Publications
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BBBoC British Boxing Yearbook. First published in 1984 as an annual, there were 25 further editions prior to 2010
  
    The George Wimpey Amateur Boxing Yearbook, 1982
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Hugman's International Boxing Year. First published in 1988, there were two further editions, 1989 and 1990
    BBBoC British Boxing Yearbook. First published in 1984 as an annual, there were 25 further editions prior to 2010
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    Hugman's International Boxing Year. First published in 1988, there were two further editions, 1989 and 1990
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[edit] Other Sporting Publications
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'''Football Publications'''
  
    Jockeyform: Flat racing, 1987
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Football League Players’ Records, 1946-1981. Now called PFA Premier & Football League Players’ Records, there have been five further editions, 1984, 1988, 1992, 1998 and 2005
    The Olympic Games: Complete Track & Field Results, 1896-1988
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    Hugman’s Swimming Yearbook, 1990
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Hugman’s Football Annual. Formerly the Football League Year, there were two editions, 1989 and 1990
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The Official Football League Yearbook. First published in 1991, there was a further edition in 1992
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Premier League: The Players. First published in 1992, there was a further edition in 1993
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PFA Footballers’ Who’s Who. Launched in 1995 as the PFA Footballers’ Factfile, there were 15 further editions
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'''Other Sporting Publications'''
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The Sporting Life Jockeyform: Flat racing, 1987
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The Olympic Games: Complete Track & Field Results, 1896-1988
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Hugman’s Amateur Swimming Association Swimming Yearbook, 1990
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'''References'''
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http://boxingnewsonline.net/latest/feature/for-the-love-of-the-game

Revision as of 09:23, 19 April 2013

The author seen boxing for Finchley ABC in 1960
Barry J. Hugman is a sports author/statistician who was born in Hampstead Garden Suburb in 1941 and educated at Clarks College, Finchley. Having spent ten years concentrating on a business career he decided to produce what was called at the time the biggest job in football statistics–collating and presenting the records of all men who had played in the English Leagues since 1946. He has since gone on to publish many other works, a large number of which are recognised by the authorities as definitive sources in their field

He also helped to devise and set up the British Boxing Board of Control British Boxing Awards, which took off in 1984, and launched the Boxing Monthly magazine in 1989. Nominated for the International Boxing Hall of Fame in Canastota, New York, in 2011 he received the British Boxing Board of Control Exceptional Award for services to the sport of British professional boxing

Boxing Publications

The George Wimpey Amateur Boxing Association Yearbook, 1982

BBBoC British Boxing Yearbook. First published in 1984 as an annual, there were 25 further editions prior to 2010

Hugman's International Boxing Year. First published in 1988, there were two further editions, 1989 and 1990

Football Publications

Football League Players’ Records, 1946-1981. Now called PFA Premier & Football League Players’ Records, there have been five further editions, 1984, 1988, 1992, 1998 and 2005

Hugman’s Football Annual. Formerly the Football League Year, there were two editions, 1989 and 1990

The Official Football League Yearbook. First published in 1991, there was a further edition in 1992

Premier League: The Players. First published in 1992, there was a further edition in 1993

PFA Footballers’ Who’s Who. Launched in 1995 as the PFA Footballers’ Factfile, there were 15 further editions

Other Sporting Publications

The Sporting Life Jockeyform: Flat racing, 1987

The Olympic Games: Complete Track & Field Results, 1896-1988

Hugman’s Amateur Swimming Association Swimming Yearbook, 1990

References

http://boxingnewsonline.net/latest/feature/for-the-love-of-the-game