About this book
A football book which is so much more; a portrait of an era of the sport long-gone, when players earned $15 per week and lived and worked alongside the fans in the off season, and the moving story of a son's search for his father. Brilliantly reviewed, the book was the William Hill Sports Book of the Year, 2005.
Stewart Imlach was an ordinary neighbourhood soccer star of his time. Gary Imlach grew up a privileged insider at Goodison Park when Stewart moved into coaching. In this book, he faces his growing alienation from the game he was born into, as he revisits key periods in his father's career to build up a picture of his football life.
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