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Life in a Jungle'It is a lot of death for one man to cope with. He later got involved with things he would regret. If his explanation still seems a little implausible, perhaps he can be partially excused. It’s not often in this job that you interview someone who has killed people.'  Alan Pattullo sat down with Bruce [...]

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Life in a Jungle'How many people did I kill? I couldn’t tell you.' Donald McRae sat down with Bruce Grobbelaar for the Guardian. So Cheshire ran an article about Nantwich Bookshop’s event with Bruce in December.

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Life in a JungleBruce Grobbelaar was on ITV Granada with Mike Hall, and Radio City Talk with Steve Hothersall. "If I hadn't had football I would've been a mess."Liverpool legend Bruce Grobbelaar talks of the horrors of war and how football saved him. He served in the Rhodesian Bush War in the 1970s after being conscripted [...]

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Binman Chronicles'There’s too much technical coaching now,' he says. 'They coach the sh** out of people. You’re worth £200k a week and you can’t make a decision? If I don’t trust you – why are you playing? Nurses earn £18k a year and they take vital decisions every day.' – The Daily Mirror interviewed Neville Southall by his broken down [...]

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Life in a Jungle'People who don't know me will have an opinion,' he [Bruce Grobbelaar] says. 'I hope they now have something to base a judgment on.' – Ian Herbert of the Mail on Sunday chatted to Bruce about his new book, fighting in the Rhodesian Bush War and the newspaper sting which changed his entire life. The Mail on [...]

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There to be Shot At'Coton’s story concludes with some brief soul-searching following his heart problems, but as with the other more personal reflections dotted throughout, there’s a sense that as an archetypal strong silent type, he is much happier talking about his life in the context of football. This engaging book succeeds in doing that.' When Saturday Comes reviewed Tony [...]

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You’ll Never WalkAndy Grant appeared on the famous BBC Breakfast couches with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin as he chatted to them about his role in the England team’s build up to Russia ’18. There's @AndyGbootneck on @BBCBreakfast. He was talking to @mrdanwalker and @louiseminchin about his chat with the England team and his book 'You'll Never Walk', available [...]

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Baillie Photography Exhibition

deCoubertin Books are pleased to announce the photography exhibition of Alex BaillieAs the days became shorter and the nights darker, Simon Hughes began a journey through the north west, the country’s most successful football region. During the winter of the 2016/17 English season Hughes met the individuals shaping the game, those able to explain how and why moods are [...]

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World in MotionAhead of the clash with Croatia, Hawksbee and Jacobs had Simon Hart on TalkSport to look back at the last time England were in the semi-finals – Italia ’90.The Victoria Derbyshire show aired their World Cup special, where the spoke to Simon, former player Paul Parker and journalist Jack Pitt-Brooke.“It [World in Motion] succeeds in being both objective and [...]

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The Prince of Centre-HalvesOn Monday Pwllheli hosted Bangor City in the inaugural TG Jones Cup, with Bangor running out 2-0 winners. Here is the Daily Post's preview.  Great evening and a great game. 2-0 to @bangorcityfc and winners of the T.G Jones Trophy. Thank you for the game and best of luck for the season and hope [...]

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