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By Eldon G. Wolff

В книге рассмотрена история пневматического оружия с древнейших времен по 1909 год, с кратким обзором современного (на момент выход книги) состояния этого вида стрелкового оружия.

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Little did any of them know then that all five would progress through to City’s first team. Born in Lutterworth on 9 April 1968 (just a few weeks before City’s championship decider at Newcastle) the two-year-old Brightwell moved north with his family when Brightwell senior was asked to set up the UK headquarters of Adidas in Poynton. With such famous and sports-inclined parents, it was no real surprise when Brightwell turned into a more than competent middle distance runner at school. Fortunately he was also a good footballer and athletics loss was football’s (and City’s in particular) gain when he signed associate schoolboy forms in September 1982.

He returned to Maine Road to make his debut as a replacement for the injured captain Eric Westwood in a 5-3 win against Sheffield United on 9 December 1950. By now he was 20 years old and the combined training of both football and the army had made him into a solidly built full-back, one who would give sterling performances for a full decade to City. His debut season coincided with City’s promotion back to Division One (as runners-up to Preston). Branagan played 10 times and would eventually replace Ernie Phillips as the regular right-back for the start of the 1951-52 season.

Along with centre-forward Johnny Williamson, Barnes began to develop a style of play not too dissimilar from the one used by the brilliant Hungarian national side of the time. Put simply, this involved the traditional centre-forward playing a lot deeper than was the norm for the day; the idea being that if the opposition centre-half went with him then gaps aplenty would open up at the back. Barnes used his considerable passing skills to full effect as the Blues’ second team went on a run of more than 20 games without defeat.

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