Deep Into The Forest Paperback – 12 Dec 2012
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Still, history is to be enjoyed as is said more than once in the book and movie, the glory days of Nottingham Forest will never happen again. It was a once in a lifetime journey and we are privileged to either have shared it with them, read about it or picked it up in the history of the great game.
There are a few errors in the writing which skipped the proof reader's eye, but that fades quickly as one is caught up in the rollicking ride of Forest at their peak. Each person profiled by Taylor is unique in their own right, from the no-holds barred Kenny Burns and the tough as teak Larry Lloyd to the gentleman captain John McGovern and the mercurial Trevor Francis. There are also chapters on the more modern players such as Roy Keane, Neil Webb and Nigel Clough, but what shines through is how proud they all were to belong to a club that was once recognised as a powerhouse of English, European and indeed world football.
A great read and worth a place on the bookshelf.