The Librarian: Day of the Match
You know those bedside books that your Gran reads at night before she goes to bed? You know the ones that you're meant to read one page a day and are often of a spiritual nature and whatnot? Day of the Match is kind of like that except instead of getting a daily prayer you get a daily piece of soccer history. It's great stuff, although it's a bit heavy on British footie history (but I'm only 21 days into it so there is plenty of time for the remainder of the planet to play catch up).
I'll tell you one that straight shocked me was the reading for January 17th: Sons of Ben formed in Philadelphia, U.S.A. I wasn't prepared to see anything MLS-related in there --sans a Beckham-to-Galaxy mention-- so that was a pleasant and unexpected surprise. Always good to see the supporters groups get a little shine as well so I'm doubly pleased with my purchase.
If you want to purchase it for yourself, Tower.com is the only domestic shop I was able to find it in but Amazon.co.uk, Waterstones, and WHSmith have it as well if you are in Europe.