Ticket to the Moon: Aston Villa: The Rise and Fall of a European Champion Hardcover – 1 Nov 2018
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Richard Sydenham's meticulous research has contributed enormously to a gripping [tale] for all football fans. --Eric Brown, Sports Journalists' Association
About the Author
Richard Sydenham was born into an Aston Villa-supporting family in Birmingham in 1974. He became a journalist in 1994 and initially wrote for newspapers in the West Midlands, predominantly on Aston Villa and Warwickshire CCC. He has mostly written on international cricket over the years for organisations including Reuters, the Associated Press (AP), The Sunday Telegraph, the Daily Star Sunday and more, before starting his own sports agency, Big Star Creations. This is his sixth book after previous ones included ghost-writing the autobiography of cricket great Curtly Ambrose (Time to Talk) and his publication on a Hollywood icon, Steve McQueen: The Cooler King His Life Through His Movie Career, which won the Beverly Hills Book Awards Biography of the Year. Richard lives in the West Midlands with his wife, Donna, and son, Isaac.