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By Ray Parlour
THE SUNDAY TIMES TOP TEN BESTSELLERThe Trophies ... The Tuesday Club ... The Prawn Crackers ... Marc Overmars may have given him the nickname, but the Romford Pele is a legend in his own right. During his 16-year career he won 3 Premier League titles, 4 FA Cups and the...
Quiet Genius: Bob Paisley, British football\'s greatest manager LONGLISTED FOR THE WILLIAM HILL SPORTS BOOK OF THE YEAR 2017
By Ian Herbert
LONGLISTED FOR THE WILLIAM HILL SPORTS BOOK OF THE YEAR 2017 The full story of the man who brought unprecedented - and since unmatched - success to Liverpool FC Bob Paisley was the quiet man in the flat cap who swept all domestic and European opposition aside and produced arguably...
By Ian Hawkey
'Better than Pele' - Diego Maradona'One of the greatest footballers ever.' - Sir Alex FergusonPele, Best and Maradona everyone has heard of, but to the true football cognoscenti Alfredo Di Stefano, the magician behind Real Madrid's five European Cups in a row, is the greatest of them all.
By Dan Waddell
As `the voice of darts', the inimitable Sid Waddell helped transform it from an unfashionable pub game to a massively successful international sport. His son Dan Waddell grew up in this smoky, boozy world and witnessed Sid's turbulent journey from failed novelist and struggling TV producer to much-loved television personality.
The revelatory autobiography of a rugby colossus: Paul O'Connell. WINNER OF THE CROSS SPORTS BOOK AWARDS RUGBY BOOK OF THE YEAR There has never been a rugby player quite like Paul O'Connell. He is synonymous with passion, heart and determination; but he is also the thinking man's rugby player, a...
By Eric Dymock
This new edition of the universally acclaimed 1997 book is edited and completely redesigned. A classic of motor racing, it celebrates the life and achievements of Jim Clark, World Champion 1963 and 1965. Forewords by Sir Jackie Stewart, David Coulthard, Dario Franchitti and Allan McNish, patrons of the Jim Clark...