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- DescriptionPaddy Crerand's eagerly-awaited autobiography recounts the previously untold story of one of post-war football's fieriest characters. As a defensive midfielder, famed for his tough tackling, for Scotland, Celtic and Manchester United from 1957 to 1972, he was the Roy Keane of his day and this book holds nothing back on or off the field.
- Author BiographyPaddy Crerand was born in Glasgow in February 1939. A tenacious midfielder, Crerand spent six years at Celtic before signing for Manchester United in 1963. He helped United to two league championships, the FA Cup, and the European Cup in 1968, and became a legend at the club before retiring in 1972. He was manager of Northampton Town in 1976-77. Today, he appears regularly on MUTV as a co-commentator and football pundit. Andy Mitten started the Manchester United fanzine 'United We Stand' when he was 15, in 1989. He writes for The Independent, FourFourTwo and GQ . His previous books include The Rough Guide to Manchester United and We're The Famous Man United. He has known Crerand for 15 years.
- Author(s)Pat Crerand
- PublisherHarperCollins Publishers
- Date of Publication03/09/2007
- GenreAutobiography: Sport
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- Out-of-print date26/06/2009
- Content Noteb&w and colour illus
- Weight605 g
- Width165 mm
- Height248 mm
- Spine32 mm
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- abrotherton-201...25 Aug, 2016by
Always liked Paddy Crerand as a person, just wanted to find out his memories as a player and after he finished playing. I wasn't disappointed. Top book, really enjoyable read.
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