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Broken Dreams: Vanity, Greed and the Souring of British Football

by Tom Bower

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From the author of devastating exposes of Mohamed Fayed, Richard Branson and, most recently, Geoffrey Robinson, this is an incisive account of how self-interested individuals, adopting questionable and predatory business methods, are exploiting the sport of football to earn billions of pounds and huge glory. Previous ed.: London: Simon & Schuster,… (more)
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One of the few books about football I have ever read, or intend to read. The sooner it all goes bust the better ( )
  PDCRead | Mar 30, 2013 |
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From the author of devastating exposes of Mohamed Fayed, Richard Branson and, most recently, Geoffrey Robinson, this is an incisive account of how self-interested individuals, adopting questionable and predatory business methods, are exploiting the sport of football to earn billions of pounds and huge glory. Previous ed.: London: Simon & Schuster,

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