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There to be Shot At

James 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 to be Shot at, concentrating on Tony's relationship with Tim Howard at Old Trafford. 

On the Brink

Simon Hughes made a guest appearance on Simon Mayo's show, discussing On the Brink on the BBC Radio 2 Book Club. (From 1:45:00)

Simon also appeared on The Totally Football Show with James Richardson, Raphael Honigstein and Sasha Goryunov. 

Later in the week he spoke to RedMenTV about Jurgen Klopp, following the exclusive interview in On the Brink (subscription only). 

Simon chatted to the42 about the themes of On the Brink and 'how the region [north west] has coped with the seismic changes that the sport has experienced in recent years, threatening the existence of some sides while irrevocably altering the entire landscape of the beautiful game in many ways'.

From Delhi to the Den

'Constantine might be something of a managerial journeyman, but nobody could accuse him of following the cash or personal glory – he has always been invested in the projects he has chosen to attach himself to, and his Indian days certainly attest to that character trait' – These Football Times interviewed Stephen Constantine.

The Prince of Centre Halves

'Rob Sawyer deserves full credit for writing such an insightful biography of one of Wales’ most talented footballers, and the book is a valuable addition to the expanding library of Welsh football history.' – Welsh Football Magazine reviewed Rob Sawyer’s new book on TG Jones.

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