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Nottingham Forest John Robertson - Super Tramp My Autobiography book "Winger John Robertson won 28 caps for Scotland during the late 1970 and early 1980s and was the creative force behind Nottingham Forest's European Cup glories during the club's memorable Brian Clough era. Memorably, Robertson scored the goal that won Forest the European Cup in 1980 and, a year later, he fired home the winner that won the club the same accolade a second time. Such was the significance of these career highs that Robertson was recently voted the most popular player in the club's history by Forest fans. After retiring from playing, Robertson went on to strike up a wonderfully successful managerial partnership with Martin O'Neill at Leicester, Celtic and Aston Villa. Yet, amid his years of football fame, Robertson has known moments of deep personal tragedy, with the death of his daughter, who had cerebral palsy, at age 13 and the loss of his elder brother in a car crash. In John Robertson Super Tramp, the footballing legend reveals all in a humorous and touching memoir that switches engagingly between footballing glory and personal heartache.
Excellent. Bought as a present for my husband and he couldn't put the book,down until he had finished !Published 2 days ago by Pigeon24
Great read especially for a forest fan!Brings back memories of those fantastic years with old big head BRIAN CLOUGH at the helm.Published 11 months ago by ANTHONY GRETTON
The book is an excellent insight into the life of John Robertson, probably the best player to play for Nottingham ForestPublished 17 months ago by Terry
Bought this for my Brother who is a life long Nottingham Forest FC fan.
He really enjoyed the read esp as it was regarding one of the teams most successful periods. Read more
Bring back the glory days and this book helps. Any Forest fan would love this book as just another insight into the glory years.Published 20 months ago by Dr. M. R. Woodhall
took me back 30 years, robbo told it as it was a brilliant read. the best autobiography from ex forest players i have read so far.Published 21 months ago by david shelton