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John McDermott: It's not all Black & White Paperback – 5 Aug 2013
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About the Author
Hohn McDermott enjoyed a record-breaking career with Grimsby Town from 1987-2007. He received the PFA Merit Award in 2009, in recognition of this achievement. He is now actively involved in coaching and is currently assistant manager at Harrogate Town. He lives in Brough. Simon Ashberry is a professional journalist with over 25 years' experience. His first football report was published when he was just 13, and he has gone on to write books, countless reports and fanzine contributions as well as running his own football website and becoming a respected non-league football historian. He lives in Baildon.
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Top Customer Reviews
I found this to be a really good book from a true GTFC legend... Just wish there was a few more players like him now, sadly I feel the GTFC fans of today might never get to witness a player like this again and what it actually looks like to be totally committed to the course.
Most of the way through the book I would recommend it to football fans .
A good insight into football in the second tier of football and below through the late eighties into the nineties and beyond - and how hard it was in those days to make a decent living from the game at that level.
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No revelations or shocking moments and a few names omitted to save their embarrassment, definitely played it safe but an interesting read all the samePublished on 12 July 2014 by Richard
Great read, not afraid to include a few controversial things. Too often football books are ghost written, bland, uninteresting rubbish. This one is much better.Published on 3 May 2014 by BobG
EXCELLENT VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY, EXCELLENT TO READ, TELLS YOU THINGS YOU NEVER KNEW ABOUT WHAT HAPPENS IN FOOTBALLERS CAREERSPublished on 29 Dec. 2013 by gary herbert
Bought this as a present for my boyfriend and he really enjoyed it. Product was in excellent condition. Great buy!Published on 12 Dec. 2013 by Claire S