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Simply Red and Green free pdf Why are Manchester United far and away Ireland's most popular team? This is the question addressed in "Simply Red and Green", with the help of exclusive interviews with some of the game's top personalities. Stars such as John Giles, Jack Charlton, Eamon Dunphy and Paul McGrath take you behind the scenes to reveal the stories at the heart of United's greatest triumphs and disasters, offering startling insights into some of the most controversial moments in the club's history. An extraordinary marriage of sports book and social history volume, "Simply Red and Green" sweeps over two centuries to detail the rich and complex relationship between Manchester and Ireland. "The Busby Babes", the Munich disaster, the European Cup glory and the Ferguson years are all revisited through Green-tinted glasses in this book, which both entertains and surprises. Compelling, perceptive and humorous, "Simply Red and Green" is the definitive book on the long-running love affair between Manchester United and Ireland.

About John Scally

John Scally is the author of the bestselling biographies of Tony Ward, The Good, The Bad and the Rugby, and Dermot Earley, The Earley Years, as well as The Giants of Irish Rugby.

Details Book

Author : John Scally
Publisher : Mainstream Digital
Data Published : 01 January 2098
ISBN : 1780577117
EAN : 9781780577111
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 192 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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