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Memoirs
  • Author:
    Maurice Edwards
  • ISBN:
    1859837719
  • ISBN13:
    978-1859837719
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    DB Publishing; New ed. edition (March 1, 2010)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
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In his own words Maurice Edwards - Clough and Taylor's Chief Scout and trusted friend for almost 20 years - breaks his silence on the famous partnership that was Brian and Peter, in a book Barbara Clough describes as the best book ever written about Brian.

In his own words Maurice Edwards - Clough and Taylor's Chief Scout and trusted friend for almost 20 years - breaks his silence on the famous partnership that was Brian and Peter, in a book Barbara Clough describes as the best book ever written about Brian. Unlike other books about the cult of Clough, Peter Taylor's own character and talents get equal billing.

This is a book by Maurice Edwards, a football scout who worked under Brian Clough and Peter Taylor, the most successful managerial partnership ever seen in East Midlands football.

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Brian & Peter: A Right Pair - 21 Years With Clough and Taylor.

The latest tome tackling old Big 'Ead is called Brian & Peter: A Right Pair - 21 Years With Clough and Taylor. Written by Maurice Edwards, it focuses on the relationship between Clough and his trusted co-manager Peter Taylor. ANTHONY VICKERS spoke to the author and took a closer look at the book. CONTROVERSIAL Brian Clough bio-pic The Damned United prompted Maurice Edwards into print. Trusted scout Edwards was a close friend and confidante of both Clough and his other half Peter Taylor throughout their glorious managerial careers.

Peter Thomas Taylor (2 July 1928 – 4 October 1990) was an English football player and manager. A goalkeeper with a modest playing career, he went on to work in management alongside Brian Clough at Derby County and Nottingham Forest, winning the Football League with both clubs and the European Cup twice with Nottingham Forest. He joined Coventry City in 1945 and spent the 1953–54 season as Coventry's first choice goalkeeper, but was otherwise mostly used a reserve player

In his own words Maurice Edwards - Clough and Taylor's Chief Scout and trusted friend for almost 20 years - breaks his silence on the famous partnership that was Brian and Peter, in a book Barbara Clough describes as the best book ever written about Brian. This is an absorbing and revealing personal account, with never before heard tales that are sure to satisfy even the most diehard fans of Clough and Taylor. Unlike other books about the cult of Clough, Peter Taylor's own character and talents get equal billing. When Peter Taylor joined Burton Albion in 1962, it changed Maurice Edwards' life for ever. The two became firm friends. When Peter introduced Maurice to his great friend Brian Clough, shortly after the pair of them had taken up their first managerial appointment at Hartlepools United, an association was formed that was to endure for over 20 years. The achievements of the Clough-Taylor partnership are well known. But the stories that Maurice Edwards has to tell, of life behind the scenes at each of the clubs they worked for, have remained untold until now. As referee, scout and trusted friend, Maurice was privy to many of Taylor and Clough's dealings with clubs, managers and individual players, and is uniquely placed to reveal the details of what made their relationship so special, and so successful. Here are the stories of how the major signings of Clough and Taylor's careers were made, from Trevor Francis, the first GBP 1 million player, to Peter Shilton, a goalkeeper Taylor had admired for years. Then there are the ones that got away, Kevin Keegan and Alan Hansen among them. Peter and Brian worked as a team: Peter the supreme judge of players and team dynamics, Brian the charismatic front man at ease with everyone from tea ladies to directors. This absorbing personal memoir of a life in football sheds new light on the years that Peter and Brian spent working together and is sure to appeal to fans of all clubs.

Malalanim
Wonderful memories about two real characters and football genius.
Juce
Great book