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Craig Bellamy: GoodFella
Craig Bellamy: GoodFella
by Craig Bellamy
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £18.14

3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Goodfella (Craig bellamy) good read, 15 July 2013
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This year's Fathers day pressie (on top of the City mug, and Beatles T shirt XXL) was Craig Bellamy's book 'Goodfella' co written by Oliver Holt.
It's an excellent read, with an obvious big Olly influence.
Craig takes us through his early days growing up in Trowbridge near Cardiff, right through his career at all his clubs starting at Norwich and finishing up with Cardiff's successful return to the top tier last season. He recounts his inner feelings and doesn't pull any punches with regard to certain managers and players plus his relationship with Gary Speed is particularly poignant. He also advises on the commendable instigation of the trust he set up in Sierra Leone. The book just goes to show that us football fans don't know the half of what goes on inside football clubs.
Dave Wallace - editor of King Of The Kippax fanzine
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Got, Not Got: The A-Z of Lost Football Culture, Treasures and Pleasures
Got, Not Got: The A-Z of Lost Football Culture, Treasures and Pleasures
by Derek Hammond
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £18.94

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Glad I Got It!, 16 April 2012
A great read with fantastic visuals including cards, programme covers, action photographs, badges, football tables and cartoons. The book reflects on how football used to be before the sanitisation of the premier league. Amusing and quirky, this book captures the spirit of football from the terraces. One of my personal highlights was the Peter Barnes football trainer, a supposed fantastic way to develop your football skills and ball control which basically consisted of a piece of string tied to your foot. This book is an absolute must for any footballing household.


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