John Robertson: Super Tramp

John Robertson: Super Tramp

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The unprecedented success of Nottingham Forest under master manager Brian Clough is one of the greatest stories in football folklore. Winning the European Cup in 1979 and 1980 were the remarkable highlights of that era in the club's history. And the player at the heart of those Forest glories was winger John Robertson, who fashioned the goal that conquered Europe a first time and then scored the match-winner as Clough's side retained the trophy. His unkempt and unshaven appearance made him the most unlikely of footballers but his artistry and vision made him the creative on-the-field force behind a Forest side that swept all before them. After retiring from playing, Robertson went on to strike up a wonderfully successful managerial partnership with Martin O'Neill at Leicester, Celtic and Aston Villa. Yet, amid his years of football fame, Robertson has known moments of deep personal tragedy, with the death of his daughter, who had cerebral palsy, at the age of 13 and the loss of his elder brother in a car crash. In John Robertson: Super Tramp, the footballing legend reveals all in a humorous and touching memoir that switches engagingly between footballing glory and personal heartache.Nowadays you can finish 20 or more points behind the domestic champions and still stand a chance of lifting the European prize. ... How many times have Real Madrid played Lyon in recent years or Bayern Munich met Inter Milan? I do feel a anbsp;...

Title:John Robertson: Super Tramp
Author:John Lawson, John Robertson
Publisher:Random House - 2011-10-06


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