Alan Edge is a lifelong Liverpool supporter who grew up in an environment where team loyalties were embedded in working-class culture. He was shocked to discover that his young son not only had not intention of following in his father's footsteps as a Liverpool fan, but preferred a Newcastle shirt because it was more fashionable! Faith of our Fathers is more than a personal story; it is a universal tale written with a strong sense of pathos and a rare capacity to bring to life the concerns of fans who feel the game they grew up with is being eroded by commercial exploitation.No offence to my good friends Brian, Darren, Ann and Tina, all from that neck of the woods, but with so many inherent flaws ... And dona#39;t forget there would have been Mike Harding to cope with too, so I dare say all I can do is to be grateful for ... arrive at Anfield a four European Cups, two EUFA Cups, four League Cups, three FA Cups and ten Championships. ... of domestic football whilst, in Europe, it was the only ever British impersonation of Real Madrid, Ajax, Bayern and AC Milan.
|Title||:||Faith of our Fathers|
|Publisher||:||Random House - 2012-01-06|