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Cheer Up Peter Reid

Author : Peter Reid
ISBN : 1910335746
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Cheer Up Peter Reid

Author : PETER. REID
ISBN : 1910335916
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A Brief History Of Medieval Warfare

Author : Peter Reid
ISBN : 076243385X
Genre : History
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A Cultured Left Foot

Author : Musa Okwonga
ISBN : 9780715641293
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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All agree that Pelé and Maradona had it. Most agree that Zidane has it, and that Gazza almost had it. Laid out here are the eleven key elements that make up footballing greatness, in a thinking-man's study of the beautiful game. Highlighting such elements as Vision, Toughness, Graft, Endurance and Madness, A Cultured Left Foot is an insightful and amusing study into the finer points of the world's favourite game.

Everton Winter Mexican Summer

Author : Peter Reid
ISBN : 035612245X
Genre : Soccer players
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Shades Of Blue

Author : David White
ISBN : 9781782437727
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The life of a Manchester City legend and the story that shook football. David White was born in Manchester in 1967 with football flowing in his veins. Driven by his football-mad dad, David's prodigious talent was spotted early and he soon signed coveted schoolboy forms for Manchester City, the team that he'd supported since boyhood. A meteoric rise through the club's ranks led to his first-team debut at the age of eighteen, and he continued to light up Maine Road's right wing for the next eight years. It was a career that would take him to the heights of playing for his country. But David's performance on the pitch was frequently blighted by a lack of confidence and consistency, traits that baffled his fans and family. Only David knew the real reason behind his struggles. Only David knew who had shot his confidence to pieces. Only David knew that, aged just eleven, he had been sexually abused by his football coach, Barry Bennell. Shades of Blue tells the story of David's extraordinary life: his passion for football, the drama of his games and his fight to outrun the shadow of that early abuse. Having spent years feeling that he had to conceal his secret in order to protect his father and his football career, it is only now that David has felt able to give a full and honest account of his life - one with a powerful message that aims to repair the damage at the very heart of the sport.

Lego Space

Author : Peter Reid
ISBN : 9781593275211
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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"A beautiful, four-color book that showcases an epic LEGO universe. Full of advanced models guaranteed to inspire, as well as simpler models with building instructions"--

Bend It Like Bullard

Author : Jimmy Bullard
ISBN : 9780755365517
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Jimmy Bullard may not have had the perfect hair-do, his Granada Ghia may not have been the flashiest of cars, and he definitely didn't have a string of Page 3 girls trying to sell kiss and tell stories about him to the tabloids. But what he has in spades is a genuine love for The Beautiful Game that few of his peers can match. One of the last graduates from football's old school, Jimmy actually worked in the real world - including as a painter and decorator - before turning pro. Maybe that's why he played football with a smile on his face, always says what's on his mind, and is no stranger to a spot of mischief. Having played under the likes of Barry Fry, Harry Redknapp and Phil Brown, appeared alongside names as diverse as Neil Ruddock and Paolo di Canio, and as long as Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink, Jimmy has racked up an amazing collection of tales and pranks both on and off the football front-line. Told with candour, Bend It Like Bullard is the extraordinary story of his journey from cable TV fitter to cult hero. It will make you smile, chuckle and, occasionally, ROFL.

There To Be Shot At

Author : Tony Coton
ISBN : 1909245615
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Rejected by clubs, Coton became a professional footballer the hard way. A reputation as a fine young goalkeeper followed his big break at Birmingham City, and Coton was to become widely regarded as the best goalkeeper to never play for England. After playing for Watford, Manchester City and Manchester United, Coton became the first ever full-time goalkeeping coach under Sir Alex Ferguson just before United won a Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League treble. From non-league to the top of the Premier League; from the Birmingham Six to a model professional, Coton has done it all.

Alan Ball The Man In White Boots

Author : David Tossell
ISBN : 9781473660403
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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It is a special footballer who wins the World Cup as a 21-year-old and ends a two-decade career as one of the most revered players in the history of four clubs. Former England captain Alan Ball was such a man: prodigy at Blackpool, youngest hero of 1966, Championship winner at Everton, British-record signing for the second time at Arsenal and veteran schemer for Southampton - not to mention footwear trend-setter. And all after being told he was too small to succeed in the game. Yet his years as a flat-cap wearing manager consisted mostly of relegation and promotion battles, some successful and some not, and plenty of frustration as he fought to produce winners in his own image and emulate the feats of his playing days. His life already touched tragically by the car crash that killed his father and the loss of his beloved wife Lesley to cancer, Ball died, aged only 61, after suffering a heart attack during a garden blaze. A decade on from his death, and drawing on interviews with family, friends and colleagues including Jimmy Armfield, Sir Geoff Hurst, George Cohen, Gordon Banks, Joe Royle, Mick Channon, Lawrie McMenemy, Francis Lee, George Graham, Frank McLintock, Matthew Le Tissier and many more, Alan Ball: The Man in White Boots is the definitive study of one of English football's most enduring figures.

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