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4.0 out of 5 stars A Fascinating Read
Whether you love or hate these guys this book is worth a look. It gives an in-depth look into the lives of both the Neville brothers concentrating on their sporting up-bringing and turning into pro's. Coming from a family of sportsmen and women- mum and dad have connections with Bury FC, sister plays netball internationally- both phil and Gaz were bound to turn out into...
Published on 30 Oct 2001

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1.0 out of 5 stars Chuckle brothers in disguise?????????????
About as entertaining as their post match interviews & as searching as there hoofs down the line on a Saturday afternoon. Gary fails to mention that he has had such an England career thanks to the awful injuries sustained by Rob Jones many years ago. Apparently Phil could have been a top cricketer but you can't earn 50K for being ordinary in that sport can you? Would...
Published on 9 Mar 2005 by T. P. S. Mcnicholas


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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Fascinating Read, 30 Oct 2001
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Whether you love or hate these guys this book is worth a look. It gives an in-depth look into the lives of both the Neville brothers concentrating on their sporting up-bringing and turning into pro's. Coming from a family of sportsmen and women- mum and dad have connections with Bury FC, sister plays netball internationally- both phil and Gaz were bound to turn out into top sportsmen themselves. Whether it was to be in football or cricket was the only question asked.
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3 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Chuckle brothers in disguise?????????????, 9 Mar 2005
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About as entertaining as their post match interviews & as searching as there hoofs down the line on a Saturday afternoon. Gary fails to mention that he has had such an England career thanks to the awful injuries sustained by Rob Jones many years ago. Apparently Phil could have been a top cricketer but you can't earn 50K for being ordinary in that sport can you? Would rather hear more about the chuckle sister who can throw a ball in a net pretty well by all accounts.
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For Club and Country: The Hunt for European and World Cup Glory
For Club and Country: The Hunt for European and World Cup Glory by Gary Neville (Hardcover - 17 Sep 1998)
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