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There to be Shot At

Tony Coton joined Jimmy Wagg on BBC Radio Manchester to discuss his new book There to be Shot at and his career in general. 

'Simon Mullock of the Sunday Mirror has put together a remarkably candid and detailed story of Coton’s adventures in a 500-game career with Birmingham, Hereford United, Watford, Manchester City, Manchester United and Sunderland. It deserves to be read.' The Sports Journalists’ Association reviewed There to be Shot At.

Tony  joined the Team 33 panel on Newstalk, where he discusses the search to replace Peter Schmeichel at Old Trafford. 

Watford FC chatted to Tony about his new book and his time at Vicarage Road.

Blues TV caught up with Tony Coton during the book signing at Birmingham City.


From Delhi to the Den

'Constantine has managed five different countries (and counting), plus a host of clubs during what has been a colourful, cultured, and often challenging career in the dugout.' Jack Kitson from The Sack Race reviews From Delhi to the Den. 

Stephen also appeared on All in Sports Talk. 


On the Brink

'Few have been as baffled by the strange quirks of football TV schedules than Jurgen Klopp.' Balls.ie looked into the strange reality that the hardest place to watch Premier League football is the home of Premier League football, England.


Russian Winters

The Two Unfortunates review Russian Winters.


The Duellists

Paolo Condo joined Andy Brassell on TalkSport's European Football show to discuss The Duellists and Pep and Jose’s rivalry. (Show: 6 10 2017)

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There to be Shot AtJames Ducker discusses the progress of injury treatment over the years in the Telegraph, focusing on the different ways Manchester City dealt with Tony Coton's leg break in 1995 and Ederson's recent collision with Sadio Mane. Ducker describes There to be Shot at as a 'riveting' autobiography. ESPN also ran an extract of There [...]

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From Delhi to the Den'Overall, the book, ghost-written by BBC journalist Owen Amos, is a crisp read which will not only be a part of the reading lists of fans interested in Indian football but will also be considered by general football lovers.' Goal.com review From Delhi to the Den.One of the leading figures in Asian football and head technical advisor [...]

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On the BrinkAuthor Simon Hughes appeared on the US Podacast USAnfield. The Independent looked into the story from On the Brink about how American financers trued to broker a Liverpool takeover for Chinese clients.Simon also appeared on local radio, both on Radio City and BBC Mersyside.The Liverpool Echo spoke to Simon about the reasons for Barcelona's pursuit of Coutinho on their Anfield Extra podcast. 'On [...]

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From Delhi to the DenBBC World Service were joined by Stephen Constantine. Stephen also joined Nihal Arthanayake on BBC Asian Network’s Big Debate.'Constantine deserves credit for providing a very human insight into the game of musical chairs that is football management' - The Football Pink review of From Delhi to the Den. Stephen talked to Gulf News about India’s rise through the rankings.Russian Winters'I [...]

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The ManagerRon Atkinson was on BBC Midlands 6:30 show with Ian Winter discussing his new autobiography and what the Midland football teams could expect this season.From Delhi to the DenITV London went Faceboook Live with Stephen Constantine. 'A gripping tale of triumph over adversity which should be required reading for all coaches and for anyone who doubts something can be achieved out of nothing.' SJA review [...]

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'Why we Write' - Stephen Constantine in conversation with Owen Amos

From Delhi to the Den tells the story of Stephen Constantine, the Indian national football team manager and “football’s most-travelled coach”. Here, Stephen and his co-author, BBC website journalist Owen Amos, explain how the book came about…Stephen Constantine: Owen, can you remember why you first emailed me in 2011?Owen Amos: I was organising a football tour to Nepal [...]

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The Prince of Centre-Halves'We must be grateful that Rob Sawyer, who also wrote an excellent biography of former Everton boss Harry Catterick, has turned up the spotlight on this “forgotten” captain of Everton and Wales once again in his centenary year.' - Sports Journalists' Association review Rob Sawyer's new book, a biography on T.G. Jones.The Leader also spoke to Rob Sawyer [...]

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From Delhi to the DenStephen Constantine talks to The Times of India about his new book and what he thinks Indian football needs going forward.Rafa’s WayMartin Hardy talked to the True Faith NUFC podcast about his new book, Rafa’s Way.The Redmen of Liverpool FCLiverpool FC magazine covered the event at Waterstones in Liverpool One. 

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