Happy Days and Sundays Paperback – 25 Apr 2006
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From the Publisher
A very competent debut performance by the boy Cavanagh. The former stand-up comedian delivers a number of beautiful one-liners in this well-crafted, funny and affectionate look at the world of pub football.
From the Author
It seems everybody wants to write about football. Books about football violence by former hooligans and ghost-written autobiographies about Premiership players with more money than sense are two-a-penny. I wanted to write something that would appeal to a larger audience. A book about grassroots football; the banter, the humour, the mickey-taking and the larger-than-life characters that every amateur team has.
The story and the characters are fictitious, but if you have been inolved in Sunday League football you'll recognize them - the flash git, the practical joker, the one who's always last to the bar - they're all in there. As such, the dialogue in the book is distinctly adult, so don't buy this book if you're easily offended!
Happy Days and Sundays is a story about friendship and loyalty and I hope that women reading it as much as the blokes.
Roy CavanaghSee all Product Description