Away from the glamour and wall-to-wall coverage of the Premiership lies the reality, for the majority of fans and players, of British football. From Claridge's early days with non-league Weymouth, to the Premiership with Leicester and back to First Division Portsmouth, TALES FROM THE BOOT CAMPS spans the lows of irregular salary payments and training sessions on dog-fouled car parks at Aldershot, and the highs of the last-minute win in a First Division play-off at Wembley, and on to the Premiership. Controversial, itinerant, but popular wherever he has played, Claridge also talks frankly about his addiction to gambling. Part biography, part autobiography, it is full of insight and dry wit, a unique portrait of British football.Leicester clung on to the precious goal for a 1a0 win and the kickstart to the promotion push they needed had finally arrived. They won their last four games with Steve scoring four goals, including two against Oldham Athletic and another anbsp;...
|Title||:||Tales From The Boot Camps|
|Author||:||Steve Claridge, Ian Ridley|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2015-10-08|