An exploration of the Premiere League with profiles of eleven people connected to the beautiful game. A must for every football fan.
What does it really feel like to be a top Premier League football player, with thousands of people cheering your name? What does it feel like to be a referee making tough decisions, with thousands of people baying for your blood? How does an ex-player cope with life when the cheering stops? How does a new, young player feel when he has a bad game? Sportswriter Mick Dennis spoke to 11 footballing people from all aspects of the game, on and off the pitch. The Team is a fascinating, in-depth portrait of the UK’s favourite sport.
Publication date: 01/03/2006
Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
|Publication date:||1st March 2006|
|Publisher:||Transworld Publishers Ltd|
Mick Dennis is a freelance journalist and media consultant who has worked as the sports editor of the Evening Standard and the Daily Express's football correspondent as well as writing regularly for the Daily Mirror and The Sunday Times. In his spare time, he is a football referee, works as vice chair of a charitable trust which manages local sports facilities and is a magistrate. He lives in Hemel Hempstead.More About Mick Dennis