Kevin Keegan, by Kevin Keegan


H/B in D/W – 159 pages – many pages of b/w pictures – Published by Readers Union Book Club – 1977 – Book has shelfware and Dust Jacket has a small tare on top of spine.

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Kevin Keegan’s autobiography is the most fascinating and candid book on football to appear for years. With unbashed frankness he describes the ups and downs of his career from his childhood as a miner’s son in the slums of Doncaster to the England captaincy. He has a wealth of anecdotes and inside-stories to relate: the pranks at Fourth-Division Scunthorpe, the transfer to Liverpool, the incident of his arrest in Belgrade, the occasion when he was sent off the pitch at Wembley with Billy Bremner and his subsequent suspension, the clash with Don Revie, his relationship with Bill Shankly, the difficulties of keeping in step with a headline-hungry newspaper industry and his hopes and aspirations for the future with his new club.


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