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Greavsie by Jimmy Greaves
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Greavsie

by Jimmy Greaves

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SHOULD BE 10 STARS! ( )
  tommi180744 | Aug 30, 2013 |
In excellent account of a mans career who would have been worth a fortune in todays game. Greaves was no more than one half of Saint and Greavsie to me as kid, without knowing about his quality as a player or his troubles in his later career. I classic insight into what being a superstar of this era of football entailed, and how lucky todays top players are during and post career. ( )
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In his own characteristically humorous words, Jimmy Greaves tells the story of his life and footballing career, from East End childhood to leading goalscorer in the First Division. He also reveals his dark days - including his battle against alcoholism following his retirement.

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