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You Don't Know Me, But . . .: A Footballer's Life
You Don't Know Me, But . . .: A Footballer's Life
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4.0 out of 5 stars It's not all about the Premier League, 22 Mar 2014
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I enjoyed this book for it's honesty. Humble beginnings to a slide down the leagues; something you don't see very much of these days from ex Premier players and even Championship players. Clarke comes across as far more intelligent than the average footballer and I'm sure that he will forge a very successful career from his TV work.


Always Managing: My Autobiography
Always Managing: My Autobiography
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5.0 out of 5 stars For footy lovers everywhere, 9 Nov 2013
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For anyone looking for a stocking filler this is a superb read for any football fan. Reminisce over football in the sixties and the many changes that have occurred since. Harry describes it all as only Harry could.


Delphi Complete Works of Thomas Hardy (Illustrated)
Delphi Complete Works of Thomas Hardy (Illustrated)
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5.0 out of 5 stars A must have collection, 16 July 2013
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This is a must on the Kindle. You would not want to read all of these works one after the other but every now and then its wonderful to indulge into some great classical stories. Some I have read several times and will hope to do so again in the future. Others have been new to me and its the usual Hardy descriptive style that transports you to 19th century life in Wessex.


Losing My Virginity
Losing My Virginity
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4.0 out of 5 stars Well worth reading, 16 July 2013
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Always interesting to see what makes entrepreneurs such as Branson and Sugar tick. Self belief and a doggedness to carry on even when everything seems to be impossible comes through. Oh, and the ability to just take a chance at times.


Once Upon a Time in the Sixties
Once Upon a Time in the Sixties
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4.0 out of 5 stars Easy style and an easy read., 16 July 2013
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Anyone who went through their formative years in the sixties will relate to this. It seems crazy that travel to and from Australia could be achieved by coach.


The Smell of Football
The Smell of Football
by Phil Neville
Edition: Hardcover
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4.0 out of 5 stars THE SMELL OF FOOTBALL, 8 Dec 2011
This review is from: The Smell of Football (Hardcover)
IF YOU ARE A TRUE FOOTBALL FAN WHO SEES BEYOND THE PREMIERSHIP YOU WILL LOVE THIS. BAZ IS A NORMAL GUY WHO HAD THE EARLY BREAK INTO THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE WITH HIS TEAM, BIRMINGHAM CITY. THE DREAM OF BEING THE HERO FOR HIS HOME CLUB NEVER MATERIALISED AND IT WAS'NT UNTIL HE MOVED ON THAT HE REALLY FELT APPRECIATED. THE STORY IS TOLD IN A HUMOROUS AND OFTEN SELF- DEPRECATING WAY AND HIS LOVE OF THE GAME REALLY COMES ACROSS FROM HIS DAYS AT HALIFAX TO HIS ROLE AS HEAD OF THE MEDICAL TEAM AT EVERTON.


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