My Father and Other Working Class Football Heroes

IMLACH, GARY (Autor) Edição em Inglês
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    • Winner of the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award.
      Stewart Imlach was an ordinary neighborhood soccer star of his time. A brilliant winger who thrilled the crowd on Saturdays, then worked alongside them in the off-season; who represented Scotland in the 1958 World Cup and never received a cap for his efforts; who was Man of the Match for Nottingham Forest in the 1959 FA Cup Final, and was rewarded with the standard offer - GBP20 a week, take it or leave it. Gary Imlach grew up a privileged insider at Goodison Park...
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    Resumo My Father and Other Working Class Football Heroes

    WINNER OF THE WILLIAM HILL SPORTS BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD

    A poignant and moving account of the author’s search for the man his father was and the life he led as a well-known footballer, blending the personal and the historical into an unforgettable story

    Stewart Imlach was an ordinary neighbourhood soccer star of his time.

    A brilliant winger who thrilled the crowd on Saturdays, then worked alongside them in the off-season; who represented Scotland in the 1958 World Cup and never received a cap for his efforts; who was Man of the Match for Nottingham Forest in the 1959 FA Cup Final, and was rewarded with the standard offer - £20 a week, take it or leave it.

    Gary Imlach grew up a privileged insider at Goodison Park when Stewart moved into coaching. He knew the highlights of his father's career by heart. But when his dad died he realised they were all he knew. He began to realise, too, that he'd lost the passion for football that his father had passed down to him. In this book he faces his growing alienation from the game he was born into, as he revisits key periods in his father's career to build up a picture of his football life - and through him a whole era.

    ‘The most emotionally charged and moving sports book I've ever read’ Daily Mail

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    Winner of the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award.
    Stewart Imlach was an ordinary neighborhood soccer star of his time. A brilliant winger who thrilled the crowd on Saturdays, then worked alongside them in the off-season; who represented Scotland in the 1958 World Cup and never received a cap for his efforts; who was Man of the Match for Nottingham Forest in the 1959 FA Cup Final, and was rewarded with the standard offer - GBP20 a week, take it or leave it. Gary Imlach grew up a privileged insider at Goodison Park when Stewart moved into coaching. He knew the highlights of his father's career by heart. But when his dad died he realized they were all he knew. He began to realize, too, that he'd lost the passion for football that his father had passed down to him. In this book he faces his growing alienation from the game he was born into, as he revisits key periods in his father's career to build up a picture of his football life - and through him a whole era. My Father and Other Working-Class Heroes brilliantly recapture a lost world and the way it changed, blending the personal and the historical into a unique soccer story.

    Características detalhadasMy Father and Other Working Class Football Heroes

    • Autor IMLACH, GARY
    • Editor Vintage Publishing
    • EAN 978-0224072687
    • ISBN 9780224072687
    • Dimensões 19,0 x 13,4 x 1,7 cm
    • Nº Páginas 240
    • Encadernação Paperback

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    • Formato ePub
    • Editor Vintage Digital
    • Data de lançamento junho 2011
    • EAN 9781446483732
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