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One One Flew Over the Magpies Nest Hardcover – 2 Nov 2016
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About the Author
Paul Mace has enjoyed a professional career involved in international football and sport at the highest level. A former journalist and broadcaster with newspapers in Retford, Peterborough, Birmingham and Nottingham, he spent 14 years at Leicester City rising from English football's first full-time press officer in 1991 to become Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director of the club at Premier League level. He created his own sports communications and marketing consultancy Macesport in 2005 and established it as the leading multi-award-winning independent company in its sector in the UK and Europe. He has covered multiple World Cups, European Championships, Champions League campaigns and NFL SuperBowls on behalf of clients and sponsors. But it is Meadow Lane which he considers his 'spiritual home' as a fourth-generation Magpies supporter dating back to the inception of the Football League in 1888. Born and raised in Bakersfield (where as a young boy he would see Notts go on pre-season training runs through Colwick Woods), Paul attended his first game in 1967 aged four and has watched Notts in all four divisions and at over 130 different grounds across England and Europe. He passionately believes that iconic figures from this period are given a platform to tell their own behind-the-scenes story for the first time. All profits from the publication are being donated to the Notts County Former Players Association - a thank you to the players who have given us all so much pleasure and entertainment over the seasons.
Top Customer Reviews
We both started watching The Pies in the early 70s and had season tickets for many years so this book has bought back many memories and answered many questions