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  • Author:
    Brian Clough
  • ISBN:
    1852251980
  • ISBN13:
    978-1852251987
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  • Publisher:
    Partridge Press; 1st ed edition (November 10, 1994)
  • Pages:
    336 pages
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Brian Clough was born in 1935. He made his League debut for Middlesbrough in 1955. In 1961 a knee injury forced him to hang up his boots.

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Brian Clough was born in 1935. By then Clough had moved on to Second Division Derby County. Under his guidance Derby were promoted to the First Division in 1969 and won the League Championship three years later. He left Derby following a very public dispute with the chairman. After brief spells with Brighton and Leeds, Clough became manager of Nottingham Forest in 1975.

For the last three decades Brian Clough has been the most charismatic manager in football. Funny, outrageous, sentimental, he stands out sharply from the bland men in suits. Though his talent has earned him a fortune, he remains a working-class hero

For the last three decades Brian Clough has been the most charismatic manager in football. Though his talent has earned him a fortune, he remains a working-class hero. As a player he was one of the most gifted forwards of his day. He scored 251 goals in 274 League appearances - and would have scored more had a cruel injury not forced him to retire. As a manager his record was full of superlatives.

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Brian Howard Clough, OBE (/klʌf/ KLUF; 21 March 1935 – 20 September 2004) was an English football player and manager. He played as a striker and remains one of the Football League's highest goalscorers, but his career was shortened by a serious. He played as a striker and remains one of the Football League's highest goalscorers, but his career was shortened by a serious injury. As a manager, Clough's name is closely associated with that of Peter Taylor, who served as his assistant manager at various clubs in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. They achieved great successes with Derby County and Nottingham Forest. Despite his outgoing nature, Clough has always guarded his privacy

For the last three decades Brian Clough has been the most charismatic manager in football. Despite his outgoing nature, Clough has always guarded his privacy. At last he has decided to tell his full story: from terraced council house in Middlesbrough, to luxurious mansion in an exclusive suburb of Derby; from fitter to socialist millionaire. He speaks of the influence of his strong, proud mother, his courtship and marriage to his glamorous wife Barbara, his children, particularly his goal-scoring son Nigel, and his health, which has been the subject of press speculation and concern.

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For the last three decades, Brian Clough has been the most charismatic manager in soccer. Though his talent has earned him a fortune, he remains a working-class hero. Tactically brilliant, Clough had an unmatched ability to motivate players, yet he has never been far from controversy, and some of his rows—particularly with his long-standing managerial partner Peter Taylor—are the stuff of tabloid legend.

Yozshujinn
Great story about one of the best ever managers. Clough was way ahead of his time and, personally, I thought he was very refreshing in his views and management style - probably would not work these days with all the prima donna Premiership players these days though.
FireWater
Whether you play, coach,referee or are just a fan of soccer, this book is a must read. It takes you from his playing days to his foray into coaching carrying a tin of paint at Hartlepool to "spruce the club up" to his wildly successful campaigns into European football eventually winning everything. His story telling, personality and humour are contagious. Once I'd received the book from Amazon in a very timely manner, I couldn't put it down. Enjoy.
Vaua
This is simply old big head at his honest best. Self critical, honestly critical of others and called it as he saw it. A great inside to the world of football as it was in the honest days of football. A compelling read for any Football fan, especially those born in the 60's or earlier.
Thomand
Thoroughly enjoyable...wish I could of met such an iconic person...
BlackHaze
My hero when at Derby and Nottingham. The book ðÂYÂ"Âs reflects the image I expected of the man ðÂYÂ`¨ himself. Cheers
Dianalmeena
Great read, really enjoyed cloughys thoughts and experience. Would highly recommend.
Auau
Great book.
Partridge-esque in that he's not far off ending each paragraph with "Needless to say I had the last laugh". The positivity of his fond childhood memories and those of his courtship with his wife are outweighed by spiteful tales of one-upmanship told with a know-it-all arrogance. The lack of any humility can make it a tough read at times as the story skims from one controversial incident to the next. For a significant period Clough was a serial winner but it's difficult to root for him here.