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Class Of 92 Out Of Our League

Author : Gary Neville
ISBN : 9781473530614
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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As modern football legends, the Class of 92 need no introduction. Class of 92: Out of Their League, however, opens a dramatic new chapter in the story of former Manchester United greats Gary and Phil Neville, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt, as they take on a new role in each of their lives: owners of semi-professional club Salford City FC. An enthralling, in-depth account of Salford's first two years under new ownership, Class of 92: Out of Their League combines first-hand accounts from Gary, Phil, Paul, Ryan and Nicky as they try to turn round the club's fortunes, along with a wider story of tremendous athletic and human drama. Featuring colourful characters like managers Anthony Johnson and Bernard Morley, star players, club chairman Karen Baird, lifelong fans, and more, this is a story told with real authenticity and grit. Accompanying the second series of the hugely popular BBC series, Class of 92: Out of Their League is both a testament to the best of modern football and a brilliant reminder, in an era when fans are threatening walkouts over rising ticket prices, of what football is really all about.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Ben Thornley Tackled

Author : Dan Poole
ISBN : 9781785314810
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Who was the standout player when the Class of '92 won the FA Youth Cup? David Beckham? Paul Scholes? Ryan Giggs? Think again. Ben Thornley's Tackled: The Class of '92 Star Who Never Got to Graduate is the compelling autobiography of a teenager who had the world at his feet, only for one tackle to shatter his knee - and his dreams of playing for Manchester United. A supremely gifted winger with pace to burn, he played in every round of that Youth Cup run and finished as top scorer. It wasn't long before Alex Ferguson, keen to unleash this prodigious talent, gave him his first-team debut - but just six weeks later came the moment that would change the path of Ben's career, and life, forever. This tale is not only told from Ben's perspective but also with exclusive insights from those who witnessed him in action first hand. They include family and school friends, as well as Ferguson, Beckham, Giggs, Scholes, Gary Neville and many more. This is the Class of '92 as you've never heard it before - from a player who was a class apart.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Life And Career Of David Beckham

Author : Tracey Savell Reavis
ISBN : 9781442229938
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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David Beckham is an English soccer player whose popularity extends beyond the field and into international celebrity. He has played for some of the best clubs in the world, including Manchester United, Real Madrid, and AC Milan, and is known worldwide for his free kick expertise and spectacular long-range shots. Beckham arrived to Major League Soccer in the United States already well-known to soccer fans, and by the time he left the Los Angeles Galaxy in 2012 with two league championships, he was one of the most recognized soccer players in the U.S. The Life and Career of David Beckham: Football Legend, Cultural Icon tells the story of Beckham’s singular dedication to becoming a renowned soccer player and his impact on the sport in the United States and worldwide. Through personal interviews, photographs, and extensive research, Tracey Savell Reavis not only illuminates the story of Beckham’s life on the soccer field, but also his status as a celebrity and a cultural phenomenon.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Love Affection And Respect

Author : M S Neelakantan
ISBN : 9789352066759
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Love, Affection and Respect is a book that makes you pick up the phone and call your favourite teacher. A simple but beautifully written memoir, the narrative takes you down the memory lane with Neelakantan, a teacher at an Institute in New Delhi. The bonds he built with his students, while he was a teacher remained with him beyond the confines of the Institute. As the students graduated and left the portals of the campus, Neelakantan thought he would be forgotten, only to be proven wrong. His influence resulted in two students naming their son Neil in his honor. His students were always there for him no matter where they landed up: some as high flying professionals in the hotel industry, some as lawyers, journalists, humanitarian workers, and some in the middle of personal tragedies. They always rose to the occasion, and went out of their way to be there for a teacher they loved and respected when he needed their support the most in the midst of a personal tragedy. Replete with nostalgic reminiscence and a writing style and eloquence that takes you back to the nineties. He walks on the path as a real teacher would-mentoring, caring and unconditionally supporting his students. These memoirs are a must-read for any reader, of any age and inclination.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Bulletin

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ISBN : WISC:89063266969
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Assembly

Author : United States Military Academy. Association of Graduates
ISBN : WISC:89061896437
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The Ideal Physician

Author : John Williams Streeter
ISBN : OCLC:20478652
Genre : Physicians
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Category: Physicians

Representation And Rebellion

Author : Jonathan H. Rees
ISBN : 1607320401
Genre : History
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In response to the tragedy of the Ludlow Massacre, John D. Rockefeller Jr. introduced one of the nation’s first employee representation plans (ERPs) to the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company in 1915. With the advice of William Mackenzie King, who would go on to become prime minister of Canada, the plan—which came to be known as the Rockefeller Plan—was in use until 1942 and became the model for ERPs all over the world.In Representation and Rebellion Jonathan Rees uses a variety of primary sources—including records recently discovered at the company’s former headquarters in Pueblo, Colorado—to tell the story of the Rockefeller Plan and those who lived under it, as well as to detail its various successes and failures. Taken as a whole, the history of the Rockefeller Plan is not the story of ceaseless oppression and stifled militancy that its critics might imagine, but it is also not the story of the creation of a paternalist panacea for labor unrest that Rockefeller hoped it would be.Addressing key issues of how this early twentieth-century experiment fared from 1915 to 1942, Rees argues that the Rockefeller Plan was a limited but temporarily effective alternative to independent unionism in the wake of the Ludlow Massacre. The book will appeal to business and labor historians, political scientists, and sociologists, as well as those studying labor and industrial relations.
Category: History

The Record Class Of

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ISBN : NYPL:33433074824115
Genre : Universities and colleges
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Category: Universities and colleges