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Harry fails to overcome his reputation, 14 Nov 2013
An enjoyable read for anyone interested in English football. Its engaging like Harry himself. He alone makes one laugh unlike most of his colleages in football who make you weep. The greatest tribute to anyone in the game is that you wish he was a friend and accompanied oneself to games all over the country. What stories he would tell, what insights to the many charlatans , This book makes you realise what the FA missed for the Engand job utterly missed. A real football man. And incidently he was a better player than he makes out, I saw him often , I am not a West Ham fan and I say that he was as quick down the right hand side as anyone of that era. Good read.