Robbie Fowler: My Life In Football

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Robbie Fowler: My Life In Football

Robbie Fowler: My Life In Football

Goals, Glory & The Lessons I've Learnt

  • Author: Robbie Fowler
  • Publisher: Kings Road Publishing
  • ISBN: 1788701127
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 336
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To Liverpool fans, Robbie Fowler was 'God'. He is the sixth-highest goal scorer in the history of the Premier League and notched 183 goals for Liverpool alone. But before all of that, he was a Liverpool lad who loved the game, the Kop and everything that came with it. My Life In Football is the story of a boy who became a legend. Born in Liverpool in 1975, Robbie Fowler became a club icon by the time he was 18. Now, he takes us through the games that have shaped his life and football philosophy, over 25 years after he first signed as a professional for Liverpool. Engaging, personal and revealing, Robbie opens up about his astounding achievements, the price of fame and the regrets and struggles of being a professional footballer. From Hillsborough to Madrid, via the cup treble, that goal line celebration, hundreds of goals, Houllier, Benítez, Klopp and more, Robbie explains his thinking about the modern game. Inviting readers inside the dressing room, he shares stories of legendary teammates like Rush, Owen and Gerrard, as well as his rise to football's top table. How did he get back up so many times after the injuries that blighted his career? What gave him the drive to keep going and pursue his dreams? Robbie's My Life In Football harks back to a simpler time when fans and players shared the same story, and when the local boy really could dream of scoring a hat-trick for his home club when Saturday came.

Hope

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Hope

Hope

My Life in Football

  • Author: Hope Powell
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
  • ISBN: 1472925580
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 272
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Hope Powell was a skinny little black girl from South London who only ever wanted to play football. Brought up in a violent home, she was actively discouraged from playing. The original Bend It Like Beckham girl, this is the amazing story of how a kid from a Greenwich housing estate became one of the most influential women in world football. A revered international footballer and then, for fifteen years, manager of England, Hope Powell will forever be the face of English women's football. She took the national game from amateurism to top-flight performance – and dedicated herself to opening up the sport to hundreds of thousands of girls and young women at the grassroots level. A black, gay woman who's been a relentless pioneer for equal rights, the story of her battles against authority are an object lesson in how determination and bravery can make a lasting change.

My Life in Football

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My Life in Football

My Life in Football

The Autobiography

  • Author: Kevin Keegan
  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan
  • ISBN: 1509877223
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: N.A
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The phenomenal Sunday Times bestseller Kevin Keegan is one of the greatest players in English football history, famed for his style on the pitch, his relentless ambition and passion for the game. 'And I'll tell you, honestly, I will love it if we beat them. Love it!!!' Kevin Keegan, 1996 In My Life in Football Keegan tells the story of his remarkable rise through the sport, from the Peglers Brass Works reserve team in Doncaster to helping Liverpool become the kings of Europe, winning a Bundesliga title with Hamburg and captaining England. Keegan was recognised around the world as one of the sport's genuine superstars and remains the only Englishman to win the Ballon d'Or twice. As a manager, Keegan's five-year spell in charge at Newcastle is now legendary; he led the club from the depths of the old Second Division to the brink of the Premier League title with a breathtaking vision and flamboyant style that saw his team dubbed 'The Entertainers'. Fifty years since making his professional debut, Keegan tells the full story of the exhilarating highs and excruciating lows, from that epic battle with Sir Alex Ferguson and Manchester United in the 1995-6 season, as well as the pain of managing England and, finally, the shattering truth about his unhappy return to Newcastle in the controversial Mike Ashley era. Brilliant, funny, passionate, deeply moving and incredibly honest, My Life in Football is the story of the miner's son from Doncaster who became a superstar and was known to his adoring fans as 'King Kev'.

Oh Joey, Joey!

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Oh Joey, Joey!

Oh Joey, Joey!

My Life in Football

  • Author: Joey Jones
  • Publisher: John Blake
  • ISBN: 9781844541355
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 288
  • View: 5616
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This stunning memoir traces an incredible life in soccer, told by one of the games greatest players. From humble roots in North Wales, Joey's obsession with the game began at an early age. As he cheered on stars like Ian St John, Roger Hunt, and his idol Tommy Smith, he dreamed that one day he'd be out on the pitch with the best of them. Eight years later that dream would come true when Joey played alongside Smith as Liverpool took the 1977 European Cup in Rome. Told with the characteristic warmth and humor that Joey is well loved for, this autobiography tells a story of ambition, talent, and success.

Strachan

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Strachan

Strachan

My Life in Football

  • Author: Gordon Strachan
  • Publisher: Sphere
  • ISBN: 9780316027106
  • Category:
  • Page: 320
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As a player, manager and football pundit, Gordon Strachan is one of the most popular names in football today. This is his story and his take on the game he loves.

My Life in Football

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My Life in Football

My Life in Football

  • Author: Robbie Fowler
  • Publisher: Blink
  • ISBN: 9781788701112
  • Category:
  • Page: 304
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Anfield's favourite son, 25 years after first signing as a professional for Liverpool, on goals, glory and the lessons he's learnt.

Micky Adams

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Micky Adams

Micky Adams

My Life in Football

  • Author: Micky Adams
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781785902420
  • Category: Soccer managers
  • Page: 344
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Micky Adams has a football CV as long as your arm, having put in 438 appearances as a full-back - for teams such as Gillingham, Leeds, Fulham and Southampton, followed by a management career that took in over a dozen clubs at every tier of English football. As a manager, Adams took the helm at some of the biggest clubs in the English football, including Leicester City, Brighton & Hove Albion, Nottingham Forest, Coventry City, Port Vale and Fulham, winning four promotions and a league title, as well as a reputation for bringing success and stability in often difficult environments. In this extraordinary autobiography, written with veteran sports writer and long-time friend Neil Moxley, Micky Adams reveals the truth behind incidents on and off the pitch, including what really happened at La Manga, where three Leicester City players were accused of sexual assault during a mid-season training break, and what it was like to play with Alan Shearer and Matt Le Tissier in one of the most enduring careers in football.

My Life in Football

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My Life in Football

My Life in Football

  • Author: Trevor Brooking
  • Publisher: Simon and Schuster
  • ISBN: 1471130460
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 336
  • View: 1361
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When Trevor Brooking was still at school, the Essex-born teenager was one of the most eagerly pursued prospects in London, but he chose to go to West Ham United - the only club that was prepared to allow him to complete his studies - and so began a lifelong attachment to the Upton Park outfit. In 1967 he made his debut for the club, and went on to play for them until 1984, helping them to win two FA Cup trophies, and scoring the only goal in the 1980 final. A cultured midfielder at the heart of West Ham's side, he was soon seen as crucial to England's fortunes, helping them to qualify for the World Cup finals in 1982. Brooking recalls the highlights of his career, playing with and against some of the most famous names in the sport, and provides revealing details about life with West Ham and England. His story recalls a time when he was a symbol of solidity during the era of flared trousers, punk, and the turmoil of the Revie regime. Respected by fans and his peers alike, Brooking has been at the forefront of the FA's work to develop the game in recent years, and his views on the future of football are essential reading.