Marching on Together, my life with Leeds United


H/B in D/W – 237 pages – 32 pages of b+w and colour photos – ISBN 0-340-81975-8 – Published by Hodder & Stoughton – 2001 – Book and Dust Jacket are in good condition – Book is dedicated “To Michael”.

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A fascinating account of an extraordinary career – Eddie Gray and his life at Leeds United. Eddie Gray is synonymous with Leeds United. One of the most skilful and exiting players in the club’s history, his links with the club have been further strengthened by his roles as manager, youth team coach, reserve team coach and now assistant manager.
Here he talks candidly about his childhood in Glasgow, the development of his skills as a boy and his determination to succeed as a footballer. Wildely looked upon as a player in the same class as George Best and Jimmy Johnstone, the performance for which he is best remembered came in the 1970 FA Cup Final against Chelsea, when his dribbling skills won him the Man of the Match award.


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