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Soccer's Happy Wanderer: The Autobiography of Don Revie

Recollections from Don's days growing up in Middlesboro, to playing with Manchester City and England, and to captaining his side in the FA CUP. Details the "The Revie Plan", Revie's early ideas on his own unique style of football, as well as offering insight into how Revie played, and how he believed the game should adapt. A fascinating early account of a man who was to go on to define Leeds United like no other. A hard-to find book, and very collectable.


-Reviewed by S. Gibbard (Deebo).


Further information: Hardcover. Foreword by Raich Carter. Black cloth hardback. 111pp. with several b/w illustrations. Includes chapters on the famous 'Revie Plan.' Illustrations feature stars such as Bert Trautmann and Stanley Matthews. Collectable and sought after biography.

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