Ali Pele Lillee And Me A Personal Odyssey Through The Sporting Seventies Comparing his childhood adulation with his adult experiences of meeting many of these icons in the course of his work as a sports journalist Brian Viner discovers some surprising truths about the dre

  • Title: Ali, Pele, Lillee And Me: A Personal Odyssey Through The Sporting Seventies
  • Author: Brian Viner
  • ISBN: 9781416522133
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Paperback
  • Comparing his childhood adulation with his adult experiences of meeting many of these icons in the course of his work as a sports journalist, Brian Viner discovers some surprising truths about the dreams and realities of sport as both player and spectator.

    Your search Sporting Memories Network Join the Squad Across the country there are scores of people aged and over, battling with dementia, depression and loneliness Each week, teams from Sporting Memories work with these people and their loved ones, stimulating and Don Bradman Donald George Bradman was the youngest son of George and Emily ne Whatman Bradman, and was born on August at Cootamundra, New South Wales NSW He had a brother, Victor, and three sisters Islet, Lilian and Elizabeth May Bradman was of English heritage on both sides of his family His grandfather Charles Andrew Bradman left Withersfield, England for Australia.

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    One Reply to “Ali, Pele, Lillee And Me: A Personal Odyssey Through The Sporting Seventies”

    1. Any Brit born in the early sixties will find numerous reminders of their childhood in this reflection of the author's teenage years watching various sports. If you are a fellow Lancastrian and Everton fan, like the author, every chapter is a delight (if not, you will find the book becomes less parochial and more broadly enjoyable as the author moves on from football and cricket to golf, rugby (union), boxing, tennis, Olympics, horse racing and sport on TV).

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