Subtitle: Partizan Pleasure, Pain and Paranoia: Lifting the Lid on Serbia's Undertakers
Author: James Moor
Foreword: Jonathan Wilson
Price: £12.99
Publication date: 1st August 2013
ISBN: 9781909178700
Format: Paperback
Size: 216 x 138
Pages: 272
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An Arsenal fan is forced to ditch his first love and switch allegiances to a new team in Belgrade following a Foreign Office posting. James Moor gives up his season ticket and joins Partizan's Grobari (Undertakers) supporters, lifting the lid on a Serbian fan culture of violence, xenophobia and conspiracy theories during one tumultuous season.

About the author

Grobar is James Moor’s first book. Born in Crawley, West Sussex, and brought up an Arsenal fan, he now lives in Belgrade where he works in the British Embassy. His arrival in Serbia in 2011 followed posts to DR Congo and Helmand Province. James lives with his girlfriend, Jenny, and can be found in the east stand at Partizan every other weekend.