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    Some stuff from Keano's new book,


    I rang Mark Hughes. Robbie [Savage] wasn’t in the Blackburn team and I asked Mark if we could try to arrange a deal. Sparky said: ‘Yeah, yeah, he’s lost his way here but he could still do a job for you.’

    Robbie’s legs were going a bit but I thought he might come up to us [at Sunderland], with his long hair, and give us a lift – the way Yorkie [Dwight Yorke] had, a big personality in the dressing room.

    Sparky gave me permission to give him a call. So I got Robbie’s mobile number and rang him. It went to his voicemail: ‘Hi, it’s Robbie – whazzup!’ like the Budweiser ad.

    I never called him back. I thought: ‘I can’t be fucking signing that.’










    “Our first session [at Ipswich]was open to the fans. But nobody came. My first day – you’d have thought a couple of school kids would have been dragged in by a dad or grandad. The warmth wasn’t there. Then there was the blue training kit. I don’t like fuckin’ blue. City were blue. Rangers were blue. My biggest rivals were blue. Is that childish? I couldn’t feel it – the chemistry. Me and the club. I get annoyed now, thinking that I should have been able to accept it: I was there to do a job.”



    “It might seem strange but you find out about characters when you look to see who’s in charge of the music. A young lad might want to put on the latest sound; an older player might say: ‘I’m the senior player’ and put himself in charge. But I noticed none of the players [at Sunderland] were in charge of the music and this was a concern for me. A member of staff was in charge. I was looking at him thinking: ‘I hope someone nails him here.’ The last song before the players went on to the pitch was ‘Dancing Queen’ by Abba. What really worried me was that none of the players – not one – said: ‘Get that shit off.’ They were going out to play a match, men versus men, testosterone levels were high. You’ve got to hit people at pace. Fuckin’ ‘Dancing Queen.’ It worried me. I didn’t have as many leaders as I thought.”




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    Quote Originally Posted by churky View Post
    Beez, do you have Rio Ferdinand's autobiography yet? Read some interesting stuff about Moyes...It's basically what Vidić hinted at upon his departure, albeit more blunt.
    Rio - https://app.box.com/s/0c6d382pyhmhgc6ailsu


    and Keano's new book as well - https://app.box.com/s/1yh75pkjqgsbl1bsvj9s

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    Running The Autobiography by Ronnie O'Sullivan


    http://www33.zippyshare.com/v/80251414/file.html

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    http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/51658892/file.html

    KP The Autobiography - Kevin Pietersen.epub

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeezerCeltic1967 View Post
    Zlatan

    I am Zlatan

    http://www.sendspace.com/file/g35am8


    good book
    Any chance of re-upping this mate? Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by moravcik View Post
    Any chance of re-upping this mate? Cheers
    No Problemo,

    https://www.sendspace.com/file/0n7vn9

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    https://drive.google.com/folderview?...1U&usp=sharing

    Always Managing - Harry Redknapp
    An Epic Swindle: 44 Months with a Pair of Cowboys - Brian Reade
    BALLS! The Best European Football Nations - Chris Whitfield
    Banksy - Gordon Banks
    Beyond Winning - S.S. Hanna
    Blue Moon: Down Among the Dead Men - Mark Hodkinson
    Brian and Peter: A Right Pair - Maurice Edwards
    Budgie - John Burridge
    By George - David Stanfield
    Calcio: A History of Italian Football - John Foot
    Cantona - Phillipe Auclair
    Cantona: The Rebel Who Would Be King - Philippe Auclaira
    Carlo Ancelotti: The Beautiful Game of an Ordinary Genius - Aleesandro Alciato
    Carra - Jamie Carragher
    Classic Football Debates Settled Once and For All - Danny Baker & Danny Kelly
    Clough - Brian Clough
    Clough and Revie - Roger Hermiston
    Fever Pitch - Nick Hornby
    Football Brands - Sue Bridgewater
    Football Manager Stole My Life - Iain Macintosh & Kenneth Millar & Neil White
    Football: Bloody Hell! (Alex Ferguson biography) - Patrick Barclay
    Football: It's a Minging Life - Rick Holden
    Fuckin' Hell It's Paul Cannell - Paul Cannell
    Goodfella - Craig Bellamy
    Gullhanger - Mike Ward
    Hammered - Mark Ward
    Handbook of Soccer Match Analysis - Christopher Carling & Mark Williams & Thomas Reilly
    Harry Redknapp The Biography
    History of the World Cup - Clemente Angelo Lisi
    How Not to be a Professional Footballer - Paul Merson
    How NOT to be a Football Millionaire - Keith Gillespie
    How Soccer Explains the World - Foer Franklin
    How Soccer Explains the World - Franklin Foer
    I Am the Secret Footballer - The Secret Footballer
    I Am Zlatan - Zlatan Ibrahimovic
    Inverting the Pyramid: The History of Football Tactics - Jonathan Wilson
    Jumpers for Goalposts: How Football Sold its Soul - Rob Smyth & Georgina Turner
    Kick and Run: Menoir with Soccer Ball - Jonathan Wilson
    King - Ledley King
    La Roja: How Soccer Conquered Spain and How Spanish Soccer Conquered the World - Jimmy Burns
    Learning Soccer Coaching Guide - Jimmy K. Finn
    Manchester Brace Yourself: Rangers are Coming - Brent MacFarlane
    Manchester's Finest - David Hall
    Mathletics: How Gamblers, Managers, and Sports Enthusiasts Use Mathematics in Baseball, Basketball, and Football - Wayne L. Winston
    Motty: Forty Years in the Commentary Box - John Motson
    My Autobiography - Alex Ferguson
    National Pastime: How Americans Play Baseball and the Rest of the World Plays Soccer - Stefan Szymanski & Andrew S. Zimablist
    Outcasts United - Warren St. John
    Paradise and Beyond - Chris Sutton
    Pep Guardiola: Another Way of Winning - Guillem Balague
    Provided You Don't Kiss Me: 20 Years With Brian Clough - Duncan Hamilton
    Rangers and the Famous ICF - Sandy Chugg
    Red - Gary Neville
    Red of Dead - David Peace
    Seeing Red - Graham Poll
    So Paddy Got Up - Andrew Mangan
    Soccer Anatomy - Donald T. Kirkendall
    Soccer Brain: The 4C Coaching Manual for Developing World Class Player Mindsets and a Winning Football Team - Dan Abrahams
    Soccer in a Football World - David Wangerin
    Socernomics - Simon Kuper & Stefan Szymanski (an alternate edition of "Why England Lose")
    Spain: The Inside Story of La Roja's Historic Treble - Graham Hunter.
    Sports Analytics: A Guide for Coaches, Managers, and Other Decision Makers - Benjamin C. Alamar
    Star-Spangled Soccer - Gary Hopkins
    Steak... Diana Ross - David McVay
    Stillness and Speed - Dennis Bergkamp
    Taking le Tiss - Matt le Tissier
    Tales From the Secret Footballer - The Secret Footballer
    The Autobiography - Mike Summerbee
    The Bald Facts: The David Armstrong Biography - Pat Symes
    The Damned Utd - David Peace
    The Economics of Football - Stephend Dobson & John Goddard
    The Final - Stpehen Foster
    The Fix: Soccer and Organized Crime - Declan Hill
    The Gaffer - Neil Warnock
    The Gallant Pioneers: Rangers Mk1 1872 - Gary Ralston
    The Official Arsenal Opus - Various
    The Toon: A Complete History of Newcastle United - Roger Hutchinson
    The Football Men - Simon Kuper
    This is the One - Alex Ferguson
    Totally Frank - Frank Lampard
    Trautmann - Alan Rowlands
    Waggy's Tales - Dave Wagstaffe
    Where's Your Caravan? - Chris Hargreaves
    Why England Lose - Simon Kuper & Stefan Szymanski

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    http://s000.tinyupload.com/download....83178959450965

    Kevin Bridges,

    funny as feck this book.

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    I have just finished reading The Plantagenets: The kings who made England. Fantastic read if you like your history. Starts from William the Conqueror and goes right up to the fall of Richard II and the start of the Wars of the Roses.

    I have just started reading Magna Carta which tells you about the great historic charter of King John and Henry III.

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    Can any of you guys help me find some of [or all of] these please?

    Kelly – A Biography of Sean Kelly

    Flying Scotsman - Graeme Obree

    The Death Of Marco Pantani - Matt Rendell

    The Hour - Michael Hutchinson

    Bernard Hinault and the Fall and Rise of French Cycling - William Fotheringham

    Hinault - Philipe Brunel

    The Grand Tour Cookbook - Hannah Grant

    cheers
    HERE WE GO 10 IN A ROW

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    Don't do e-books sorry mate

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    This thread is awesome. Thanks to all of you. Most of what I have has been posted maybe I can post something interesting.

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    How can we share and download these but not Movies or Music?

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    Only just discovered this forum, and this thread. Amazing idea but so gutted none of the links work. Will they ever return?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellowboy View Post
    Only just discovered this forum, and this thread. Amazing idea but so gutted none of the links work. Will they ever return?
    Ask and you shall receive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesus View Post
    Ask and you shall receive.
    Any of the cycling ones, really. Seem to have read most of the footy ones, or at least the ones I'd like. Some great books in the list.

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    If anyone has the KP autobiography & is willing to provide an updated download link, it would be much appreciated.

    Many thanks

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    Anyone have Iniesta's book? Or where do you lads usually go to find them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeezerCeltic1967 View Post
    Barra Brava - Dave Freeman epub

    'A backpacker’s guide to Latin America and its football clubs.' This book is a raw, booze-soaked account of 18 months living, working and travelling through Central and South America. Based around 67 football matches, it is a story of a British lad’s encounters with the barra brava, Latin America’s fanatical supporters. It also documents the modern Gringo Trail, from Mexico through Colombia to Argentina, covering 18 countries along the way. This humorous backpacker’s tale touches on the history, politics and social issues encountered in the places visited. From managing a hotel on a nudist beach on Christmas Day, to attempting to get Nicaragua’s socialists to admit they murdered their greatest sportsman, this is not your average holiday diary.



    http://www43.zippyshare.com/v/85144906/file.html
    Beezer, or anyone else, still have this book?
    I've read it once and loved it. Cannot find it anywhere

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    Has anyone got (and wouldn't mind uploading)?

    Mourinho - Up Close and Personal
    Guardiola - The Evolution

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