If You Are Second You Are Nothing, Ferguson and Shankly

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H/B in D/W – 404 pages – ISBN 1-4050-8891-5 – Published by Macmillan – 2006 – Book and Dust Jacket are in good condition.

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Bill Shankly was one of ten children was one of ten children in a family from an Ayrshire mining village. Alex Ferguson was a shipyard worker’s son who went on to become a toolmaker’s shop steward. Both of them enjoyed distinguished but not outstanding playing careers and both of them raged against the might of the rich in their early managerial days. And in a way their shared tragedy is that when both of them began to believe that they could finally join the establishment, the establishment rejected them.

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