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by Eamon Dunphy


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A Strange Kind Of Glory book. Sir Matt Busby is a legend in football, an institution at Old Trafford. He is regarded by many as the greatest manager ever, building three brilliant sides with players such as Charlton, Edwards, Law & Best.

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The Manchester United managed by Sir Matt Busby (1909-94) was, arguably, as good a football club as the world has known. This reissued biography of Busby, written by a former junior and reserve player at the club, charts not only Busby’s and his club’s rise and fall - but also that of football. By becoming an elegy for the sport and a heartfelt criticism of the cupidity that now dominates it, this transcends the minutiae of how many goals Manchester United did or didn’t score in any given match.

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Item Information:Author : Dunphy, Eamon. A biography of Sir Matt Busby which in many ways is the story of Manchester United and the parallel rise and fall of English football

Item Information:Author : Dunphy, Eamon. Product Information:TITLE: Strange Kind of Glory: Life of Sir Matt Busby and Manchester United. Books spine maybe slightly creased due to age and wear. We take pride in serving you. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 4 pre-owned listings. A biography of Sir Matt Busby which in many ways is the story of Manchester United and the parallel rise and fall of English football. The book contains revelations about the Munich Air Crash and the strained relationship between Bobby Charlton and George Best. The author also wrote Only a Game.

A Strange Kind of Glory : Sir Matt Busby and Manchester United. By (author) Eamon Dunphy.

Sir Matt Busby is a legend in football, an institution at Old Trafford.

This biography of Sir Matt Busby is, in many ways, also the story of Manchester United and the parallel rise and .

This biography of Sir Matt Busby is, in many ways, also the story of Manchester United and the parallel rise and fall of English football over the last 50 years. The more recent machinations of the chairman of the club, Martin Edwards, are also discussed. The author, who was himself a professional footballer with Millwall and Manchester United, has written a book, Only a Game, about his own experiences as a footballer

And A Strange Kind Of Glory is Dunphy’s biography of Sir Matt Busby.

And A Strange Kind Of Glory is Dunphy’s biography of Sir Matt Busby. Dunphy arrived as a United apprentice in the aftermath of the Munich Air Disaster, an event then hidden behind a wall of sorrowful silence at the club. Published in 1991, before United revived under Alex Ferguson, it documents.

Written by an international footballer who once played for Manchester United, this is both a biography of Sir Matt Busby and an account of the club's post-war history. It is based on interviews with Busby and contains revelations about significant personalities and events of the past five decades.
A Strange Kind of Glory: Life of Sir Matt Busby and Manchester United download epub
Biographies
Author: Eamon Dunphy
ISBN: 0749304995
Category: Sports & Outdoors
Subcategory: Biographies
Language: English
Publisher: Mandarin (August 6, 1992)
Pages: 85 pages