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The Complete Centre Forward book. We will never know if Tommy Lawton was the greatest centre-forward ever produced by England but we do know that he played in an era totally different from today.

The Complete Centre Forward book. This book chronicles his life from his birth in Bolton to being signed at 17 to Everton, and then moving on to Chelsea.

Lawton, and whose title says it all, The Complete Centre-Forward

Sir Jack Hayward; and the "authorised" biography by David McVay and Andy Smith of England's all-time pre-eminent No9, the late Tommy Lawton, and whose title says it all, The Complete Centre-Forward. It reveals that those supposedly haphazard bunkers on the Old Course were charted "with all the care exercised in indicating sand-banks and sunk rocks in a mariners chart" as early as 1842, and also tells the full and fascinating story of the demise through drink of the brilliant talent that was Young Tom Morris. The book takes us, compellingly, through the championships right up to 1995, and if it is not on hand in Tiger's house, it should be. Yours too. David Davies.

The Complete Centre Forward – David McVay & Andy Smith, 2000. The Essential History of Everton – Mark Platt, 2000. Talking Blue – Becky Tallentire, 2000. A Year in the Life of a Journeyman Footballer Garry Nelson, 1995.

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Thomas Lawton (6 October 1919 – 6 November 1996) was an English football player and manager. A strong centre-forward with excellent all-round attacking skills, he was able to head with the ball with tremendous power and accuracy

Thomas Lawton (6 October 1919 – 6 November 1996) was an English football player and manager. A strong centre-forward with excellent all-round attacking skills, he was able to head with the ball with tremendous power and accuracy. Born in Farnworth and raised in Bolton, he played amateur football at Rossendale United, before he turned professional at Burnley on his 17th birthday

The Complete Centre Forward: The Authorised Biography of Tommy Lawton: The Story of Tommy Lawton. He was an inside-forward to which the closest equivalent today would be a very attack-minded midfield player.

The Complete Centre Forward: The Authorised Biography of Tommy Lawton: The Story of Tommy Lawton. The book also covers his managerial career (slightly less successful, but only when compared with the dazzling standards of his playing career). Raich is long overdue a proper biography and modern football fans who may never have heard of him will get a fascinating insight into football as it used to be.

David McVay is a former professional football player. He co-wrote, with Andy Smith, The Complete Centre Forward, the definitive autobiography of Tommy Lawton, the legendary England N. His other works include Cult Heroes of Nottingham Forest and Pipewood Camp Revisited, a compilation of nostalgic stories and images about a holiday home in Staffordshire for Nottingham's inner-city children which opened after the Second World War, and The Meadows.

McVay, . and Smith, . The Complete Centre Forward: The Authorised Biography of Tommy Lawton, Worcester: Sports Books, 2000. Mace, . The History of the Royal Air Force Rugby 1919–1999, Oxon: RAF Rugby Union, 2000. Magnus, . Kitchener: Portrait of an Imperialist, London: John Murray, 1958.

We will never know if Tommy Lawton was the greatest centre-forward ever produced by England but we do know that he played in an era totally different from today. This book chronicles his life from his birth in Bolton to being signed at 17 to Everton, and then moving on to Chelsea.
The Complete Centre-forward: The Story of Tommy Lawton download epub
Biographies
Author: Dave McVay,Andy Smith
ISBN: 1899807098
Category: Sports & Outdoors
Subcategory: Biographies
Language: English
Publisher: SportsBooks Ltd; 1st Edition edition (November 23, 2000)
Pages: 232 pages