Ferguson, Sir Alex (Foreword) Seeing Red
HarperCollins 2007 0007262825 / 9780007262823 First edition-first printing Hardcover Near fine Near fine Book
Near fine condition.HarperSport,2007.First edition-first printing.Black hardback(silver lettering to the spine,small nick on the cover) with Dj(two small nicks and rease on the edges of the Dj cover),both in near fine condition.Illustrated with colour,b/w photos,drawings.Nice and clean pages with two small marks on the edges,two small nicks and crease on the edges of the pages.Nice and clean book with light shelf wear on the Dj cover.Foreword by Sir Alex Ferguson.376pp including Appendix:My Top Ten Frequently Asked Questions,index.Price un-clipped.
This is another paragraph Product Description: Graham Poll's incisive insight into football is distinctive, coming from his prime position as the man in black, the one in control, the eye that sees all. A Premier League referee since 1991 and 10 years as an international referee, Graham Poll has handled some of the toughest games in the Premiership involving Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool, and Chelsea, as well as European Championships and World Cups-in total more than 1500 matches. What is it like to referee the biggest matches in international football? What really goes on between the players in the tunnel before a match and in the dressing room after? Who are the nastiest footballers? And the funniest? Who is the smartest manager? And are the bureaucrats ruining the beautiful game? Controversial and opinionated, Poll has crossed swords with some of the biggest names in world football and shares private conversations with the likes of Alex Ferguson, Jose Mourinho, Sepp Blatter, and Steve McClaren, and the inside story behind controversial incidents involving Roy Keane, David Beckham, Patrick Vieira, and current England captain John Terry, among others. Poll also talks about the infamous 2006 World Cup match when he failed to send off a Croatian player after three yellow cards in a crucial tie against Australia, returning home early in disgrace and with his career in meltdown. The games, the players, the managers, the suits-the most outspoken referee in the modern game tells it as it really is.