Category: Book Reviews

Football For The Brave – John Cartwright

I’ve seen and heard quite a bit from John Cartwright over the past 18 months or so, ever since he became chairman of the London Football Coaches Association, and so regularly speaks at their events. Anyone who has seen John speak or coach will be aware of his huge passion, not only for football, but for coaching the game.

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The Nowhere Men – Michael Calvin

Having already read and enjoyed one of Michael Calvin’s previous books, Family: Life, Death and Football: A Year on the Frontline with a Proper Club, which covered his year at Millwall; a club ingrained into the local community and a world away from the glitz and fortunes of the Premier League, I was looking forward to another look at the slightly less glamorous side of football.

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