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Edwards ... One-Nil!: The Keith Edwards Story Kindle Edition
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Keith Edwards was born in Stockton, one of four brothers with a long suffering mother and a sports loving father who was unstinting in his advice and support of his youngest child. His protege initially looked to have missed out as he began work as a van lad but Sheffield United, then in the top flight, spotted his pace and raw ability and gave a chance to a player who went on to become a hero with both the Blades and Hull City. He was an instinctive goalscorer and one who delivered continually throughout his subsequent career, specialising in darting into space and finishing with a coolness that marked him out as special. He still lives and works in Sheffield and is heard regularly on BBC Radio Sheffield for whom he summarises on his old team.
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23 February 2015
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
As a lifelong Sheffield United supporter I looked forward to reading this book, and I wasn't disappointed. Having watched Keith Edwards at his peak and marveled at his goals this book brought the memories coming back. Keith, along with co-author Andy Pack, is no Shakespeare when it comes to writing but that is no reason to complain. As you'd expect from his work on local radio, he is forthright and brutally honest, both in self analysis and his thoughts on others. Like a diamond, he should have been treasured by those in charge in much the same way that he was adored by the fans. It's such a shame he wasn't because Edwards deserved success at a higher level as well as a greater level of respect. The least he deserves now is for you to go out and buy his book.
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