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Life In A Jungle

Author : Bruce Grobbelaar
ISBN : 9781909245570
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Bruce Grobbelaar is the most decorated goalkeeper in Liverpool FC’s 125-year history. And yet, question marks have followed him around; question marks about his goalkeeping suitability; question marks about his integrity after match fixing allegations were laid against him. Here, Grobbelaar takes you to Africa, where nothing is at it seems; he takes you back to an era when Liverpool ruled Europe; he takes you to the benches of the Anfield dressing room, where only the strongest personalities survived. For the first time, he takes you inside the court room, detailing the draining fight to clear his name.
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Bring On The Clown

Author : Bruce Grobbelaar
ISBN : 0002182785
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Zimbabwean Footballers Bruce Grobbelaar Onismor Bhasera Benjani Mwaruwari Peter Ndlovu Joseph Ngwenya Moses Chunga Mkhokheli Dube

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 29. Chapters: Bruce Grobbelaar, Onismor Bhasera, Benjani Mwaruwari, Peter Ndlovu, Joseph Ngwenya, Moses Chunga, Mkhokheli Dube, Eddie Mukahanana, Stanley Nyazamba, Patrick Daka, Mike Temwanjera, Cuthbert Malajila, Gilbert Mushangazhike, Joseph Kabwe, Takesure Chinyama, Mubarike Chisoni, Tinashe Nengomasha, Ovidy Karuru, Esrom Nyandoro, Sunday Marimo, Vitalis Takawira, Harlington Shereni, Norman Mapeza, Blessing Makunike, Shacky Tauro, Musawengosi Mguni, Clement Matawu, Knowledge Musona, Dickson Choto, Costa Nhamoinesu, Nyasha Mushekwi, Evans Chikwaikwai, Tafadzwa Rusike, Quincy Antipas, Vuza Nyoni, Obadiah Tarumbwa, Khama Billiat, Energy Murambadoro, David Kutyauripo, Honour Gombami, Shingayi Kaondera, Edward Sadomba, Zvenyika Makonese, Ian Gorowa, Cephas Chimedza, Agent Sawu, Ndabenkulu Ncube, Ralph Matema, Noel Kaseke, Kennedy Nagoli, Justice Majabvi, Washington Arubi, Leonard Tsipa, Kennedy Chihuri, Newton Ben Katanha, Zhaimu Jambo, Herbert Dick, Tapuwa Kapini, Gift Muzadzi, James Matola, Mkhuphali Masuku, Wilfred Mugeyi, George Mbwando, Ramson Zhuwawo, Anzlom Ndlovu, Leo Kurauzvione, Edelbert Dinha, Alois Bunjira, Prince Matore, Joel Lupahla, Gilbert Banda, Edzai Kasinauyo, Benjamin Marere, Charles Yohane, Brian Badza, Francis Chandida, Sageby Sandaka, Method Mwanjali, Kumbulani Banda, Danger Fourpence. Excerpt: Bruce David Grobbelaar (born 6 October 1957 in Durban, South Africa) is a former football goalkeeper and manager. He played for a number of clubs in a career which spanned for more than 20 years at professional level, most notably Liverpool during their dominant period in the 1980s and early 1990s. In his teenage years, Grobbelaar was a talented cricketer and was offered a baseball scholarship in the United States, but a career in football was his main ambition. His footballing career started with a Bulawayo-based tea...
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Jomo Cosmos

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 25. Chapters: Jomo Cosmos players, Bruce Grobbelaar, Nii Lamptey, Highlands Park FC, Benjani Mwaruwari, Aaron Mokoena, Katlego Mphela, Jomo Sono, Mark Fish, MacBeth Sibaya, Christopher Katongo, Phil Masinga, MacDonald Mukansi, Tico-Tico, Mpangi Merikani, Essau Kanyenda, Paul Evans, Swadic Sanudi, Felix Katongo, Dipsy Selolwane, Mark Williams, Reneilwe Letsholonyane, Abraham Guie Gneki, Larry Cohen, Pitso Mosimane, Morgan Gould, Calvin Kadi, Sizwe Motaung, Helder Muianga, Anthony Laffor, Thabang Molefe, Helman Mkhalele, Russell Mwafulirwa, Andrew Rabutla, Thapelo Tshilo, Kennedy Nagoli, Shere Lekgothoane, Helton Samo Cunha, Aime Kitenge, Valery Nahayo, Jimmy Kauleza, Felix Badenhorst, Walter Khumalo, Dikgang Mabalane, Teboho Mokoena, Sam Magalefa, Peter Wadabwa, Peter Mgangira, Bamuza Sono, Clint Sipho Sephadi, Bonginkosi Macala, Ryan Hodgskin, Mokete Tsotetsi, Edward Hadebe, Abisai Shiningayamwe, Lefa Tsutsulupa, Lethola Mofokeng, Alfred Phiri, John Bheki Nkambule, Sammy Troughton, Wycliff Kambonde, George Hummel, Avril Phali, Ousmane Berth, Innocent Ntsume, Arthur Zwane, Alois Bunjira, Siza Dlamini, Lazarus Kaimbi, Godfrey Sapula, Sydney Plaatjies, Lucky Mhlathe. Excerpt: Bruce David Grobbelaar (born 6 October 1957 in Durban, South Africa) is a former football goalkeeper and manager. He played for a number of clubs in a career which spanned for more than 20 years at professional level, most notably Liverpool during their dominant period in the 1980s and early 1990s. In his teenage years, Grobbelaar was a talented cricketer and was offered a baseball scholarship in the United States, but a career in football was his main ambition. His footballing career started with a Bulawayo-based team, Highlanders FC, in Rhodesia's second biggest city. In his late teens he was signed up by Durban City Football Club in South Africa, but left c...
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Jomo Cosmos Players

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 18. Chapters: Bruce Grobbelaar, Benjani Mwaruwari, Nii Lamptey, Aaron Mokoena, Katlego Mphela, Mark Fish, Christopher Katongo, MacBeth Sibaya, Phil Masinga, MacDonald Mukansi, Tico-Tico, Mark Williams, Dipsy Selolwane, Essau Kanyenda, Felix Katongo, Pitso Mosimane, Helder Muianga, Calvin Kadi, Valery Nahayo, Thabang Molefe, Mokete Tsotetsi, Helman Mkhalele, Anthony Laffor, Russell Mwafulirwa, Morgan Gould, Walter Khumalo, Andrew Rabutla, Jimmy Kauleza, Thapelo Tshilo, Helton Samo Cunha, Shere Lekgothoane, Sam Magalefa, Teboho Mokoena, Clint Sipho Sephadi, Bamuza Sono, Ryan Hodgskin, Edward Hadebe, Alfred Phiri, Lethola Mofokeng, John Bheki Nkambule, Avril Phali, Innocent Ntsume, George Hummel, Arthur Zwane, Alois Bunjira, Godfrey Sapula, Sydney Plaatjies, Lucky Mhlathe. Excerpt: Bruce David Grobbelaar (born 6 October 1957 in Durban, South Africa) is a former football goalkeeper and manager. He played for a number of clubs in a career which spanned for more than 20 years at professional level, most notably Liverpool during their dominant period in the 1980s and early 1990s. In his teenage years, Grobbelaar was a talented cricketer and was offered a baseball scholarship in the United States, but a career in football was his main ambition. His footballing career started with a Bulawayo-based team, Highlanders FC, in Rhodesia's second biggest city. In his late teens he was signed up by Durban City Football Club in South Africa, but left claiming to have been sidelined owing to his colour in this predominantly black team - the team had played in an all-White league until the previous year. Immediately after leaving Highlands Park, he signed up for National Service, spending two years on active service in the Rhodesian National Guard during the Rhodesian Bush War. In 1979 Grobbelaar was signed up by the Vancouver Whitecaps of the NASL ...
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Expatriate Football Players In South Afric

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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Bruce Grobbelaar, Nii Lamptey, Benjani Mwaruwari, Lutz Pfannenstiel, Mamadou Diallo, Alan Gordon, Jim Herriot, Enrique Mateos, rni Gautur Arason, Jim Craig, William Hunter, Quinton Jacobs, Drio Monteiro, Jorge Acua, Alfie Conn, Sr., Clifford Mulenga, Mark Harrison, Stan Steele, Emeka Mamale, Christopher Katongo, Dave Smith, Christos Kostis, Eyong Enoh, Cliff Portwood, Arno Steffenhagen, Kmoko Camara, Mohammed-Awal Issah, Lelo Mbele, Guie Gneki Abraham, Felix Katongo, Ibezito Ogbonna, Isaac Chansa, Essau Kanyenda, Dipsy Selolwane, Abdoulaye Camara, Geoff Hickson, Amour Patrick Tignyemb, Tico-Tico, Jackie Plenderleith, Jacques N'da, John Arwuah, Edson Minga, David Telfer, Jos Torrealba, Evans Chikwaikwai, Russel Mwafulirwa, Mame Niang, Kennedy Mweene, Ndubuisi Egbo, Energy Murambadoro, Valery Nahayo, Jonathan Mensah, Dikilu Bageta, Muisi Ajao, Noel Yobou, Cyrille Mubiala Kitambala, Allan Kamanga, Postnet Omony, Billy Semple, Etienne Bito'o, Fikru-Teferra Lemessa, Rodgers Kola, Sead Bajramovi?, Neil Wilkinson, Anthony Laffor, Peter Wadabwa, Atusaye Nyondo, Noah Chivuta, Peter Mgangira, Geoffrey Sserunkuma, Hellings Mwakasungula, Danzyl Bruwer, Jacob Ngwira, Richard Gariseb, Peter Mponda, Prince Olomu, Abisai Shiningayamwe, Timothy Batabaire, Fisher Kondowe, Denis Onyango, Thierry Mouyouma, James Matola, Robert Ng'ambi, Eduardo Ferreira, John Maduka, Kalililo Kakonje, Emmanuel Zulu, Pontsho Moloi, Joseph Musonda, Noah Maposa, Wycliff Kambonde, Lazarus Kaimbi, Edzai Kasinauyo, Siza Dlamini, Linos Chalwe, Hartman Toromba, Joel Lupahla, Michael Pienaar, Jimmy Zakazaka, Paulus Shipanga, Ivan Namaseb. Excerpt: Abdoulaye Camara Abdoulaye Camara (born January 2, 1980 in Bamako ) is a Malian international footballer currently playing for Butcherfille Rovers in South Africa . Since 199...
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The Football Men

Author : Simon Kuper
ISBN : 9780857201614
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The great footballers and coaches are rarely glimpsed from up close. They shield themselves from the tabloids, hide their personalities behind professionalism, and in the words of the cliché, 'do their talking on the pitch'. This book gets up close to them. The Football Menis not a series of celebrity profiles, and it doesn't attempt to unearth secrets in the players' private lives. Rather, it portrays these men as three-dimensional human beings. It describes their upbringings, the football cultures they grew up in, the way they play, and the baggage that they bring to their relationships at work. This multimillion-pound, multinational world is mostly inhabited by ordinary men. The profiles in this book are sometimes funny, but never breathless or sensational. Some of the profiles in this book are based on interviews; others are the results of time the author spent with that person; sometimes the profile is a story of a country. All are fascinating and shed light on their subject to reveal things you wouldn't expect. From one of the great sports writers of our time this is a penetrating and surprising collection of articles on the figures that have defined the modern sporting world.
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Way More Than Luck

Author : Ben Wilkinson
ISBN : 9781781724262
Genre : Poetry
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"Full of life: politicially astute, well-made and formally experimental poems celebrate even sadness in fresh language, natural rhythms and subtle music.... A very pleasurable as well as absorbing read that we are way more than lucky to have in one volume." – Ian Duhig From the thumping heartbeat of the distance runner to the roar of football terraces across the decades, Ben Wilkinson’s debut poetry collection, Way More Than Luck, confronts the struggles and passions that come to shape a life. Beginning with an unflinching interrogation of experiences of clinical depression and the redemptive power of art and running, the collection centres on a series of vivid character portraits, giving life to the legends of Liverpool Football Club. By turns frank, comic, sinister and meditative – ‘the trouble with you, son, is that all your brains are in your head’ – these poems uncover the beautiful game’s magic and absurdity, hopes and disappointments, as striking metaphors for our everyday dramas. Elsewhere there are tender love poems, political satire and strange dream worlds, in an urgently lyrical book of poems that take many forms and modes of address: pantoum, sonnet, sestina; epistle, confession, dramatic monologue. All are united by a desire to speak with searching clarity about matters of the heart. Way More Than Luck is a book that shows how pain comes to define our happiness; how we keep on in a world of chance, uncertainty and change.
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White African Footballers

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: White South African association football players, Bruce Grobbelaar, Davide Somma, Gordon Hodgson, Roy Wegerle, Dean Furman, Glynn Hurst, Berry Nieuwenhuys, Mark Fish, Eddie Firmani, Luca Bellisomo, Rowen Fern ndez, Derek Smethurst, Matty Pattison, Hans Vonk, Stephen Armstrong, George Koumantarakis, Carlos Fernandes, Justin Miller, Sean Dundee, Pierre Issa, David Byrne, Matthew Booth, Jonathan Greenfield, Steve Wegerle, Guillaume Brenner, Burton O'Brien, Mike Connell, Oliver Risser, Neill Roberts, Marc Arnold, Bradley Carnell, Glen Salmon, Paul Evans, Gavin Nebbeling, Warren Lewis, Grant Young, Jo o Ricardo, Gordon Gilbert, Roger De S, Mark Arber, Gordon Igesund, Paulo Figueiredo, Warren Goodhind, Godfrey Tenoff, Stuart Leary, Larry Cohen, Neil Tovey, Eric Tinkler, Rodney Bush, Clive Barker, Gavin Hunt, Billy Arnison, Chad Harpur, Martin Cohen, Calvin Marlin, Craig Rosslee, Wilson Edgar Pereira Alegre, Andre Petim, Dillon Sheppard, Neil Winstanley, Craig Bianchi, Sean Roberts, Brett Evans, Ryan Hodgskin, Wayne Sandilands, Dale Studzinski, Roberto Santo, Anton Greyling, Bradley Ritson, Michael Morton, Darren Keet, Eduan Naude, Keegan Ritchie, Bradley Grobler, Brandon Barkhuizen, Tony Coyle, Ivan Winstanley, Wilko Risser, Gary Goldstone, Marc van Heerden. Excerpt: Bruce David Grobbelaar (born 6 October 1957 in Durban, South Africa) is a former football goalkeeper and manager. He played for a number of clubs in a career which spanned for more than 20 years at professional level, most notably Liverpool during their dominant period in the 1980s and early 1990s. In his teenage years, Grobbelaar was a talented cricketer and was offered a baseball scholarship in the United States, but a career in football was his main ambition. His footballing career started with a Bulawayo-based team, Highlanders FC, in Rhodesia's second b...
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