3 edition of Don Revie found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||GV942.7.R43 M68 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||167 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||167|
|LC Control Number||91188797|
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Leeds United movie archive - Paul Reaney - Norman Hunter & Jack Charlton Time of our Lives part 1 - Duration: Just Leeds - steakand views. Don Revie was the football man about whom few were neutral. The Leeds United team he created was possibly the finest in the history of English league football, one of legendary endurance, it characters strong and unyeilding. Yet is remained unpopular, for many felt its voracious pursuit of honours was hallmarked by cynicism and ruthlessness.
The bare bones of the story are surely familiar to anyone who will go along to see the film: Clough succeeds the legendary Don Revie as manager of . Is that "The Unforgiven: The Story of Don Revie's Leeds United" by Rob Bagchi and Paul Rogerson? Reading that just now, good book if a bit "we were cheated!!" all the way through. Obviously written by Leeds fans for Leeds fans. I'd still recommend it though. Being of a certain age I always had a liking for 70's Leeds.
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This book covers the story of the enigmatic Don Revie who made leeds the force to be reckoned with in the - period, if your a leeds fan or /5(4).
This book covers the story of the enigmatic Don Revie who made leeds the force to be reckoned with in the - period, if your a leeds fan or just interested in football as a whole read this/5(4). Don Revie was the football man about whom few were neutral.
The Leeds United team he created was possibly the finest in the history of English league football, one of legendary endurance, it characters strong and unyeilding. Yet is remained unpopular, for many felt its voracious pursuit of. Don Revie book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This study of Don Revie, one of soccer's most complex and controversial figure /5(6). Throughout the book, Don Revie shows himself as a very modest man and gives credit for any success to his team-mates and managers rather than himself.
However, he must have been doing something right, in that the style of play introduced at Maine Road in the fifties carried Don’s name, in /55 he was named “Footballer of the Year” and.
This book covers the story of the enigmatic Don Revie who made leeds the force to be reckoned with in the - period, if your a leeds fan or just interested in football as a whole read this/5(6). Don Revie's dossiers: The truth behind the Leeds legend's famous case studies Everywhere he looked, he could see the ghost of his predecessor.
From the mementos lining the corridors of Elland Road. Really good read about the Life of Don Revie from cradle to grave with a full appraisal of his life both as a player and manager. Didn't get bogged down with endless quotations from well forgotten people as some of these books can be prone to do.
and also kept the Leeds United managerial seasons reasonably brief bearing in mind there have been countless books on that subject already/5(22). Don Revie: Portrait of a Footballing Enigma. by Andrew Mourant. Mainstream Publishing, Either revered or reviled depending on who you talk to, only a handful of figures in football have divided opinion as greatly as Don Revie.
This biography attempts to examine this paradox and unravel the myth, reality and aura that still surrounds the great man. Bremner bribery allegation resurfaces. managed by Don Revie, the title.
"No way did this happen - they are just trying to sell a book. These allegations came out. On the same day the trainer Les Cocker (not pictured) announced he was leaving the club to join former Leeds United boss Don Revie in the England management role.
PA/PA Archive/PA Images Tonight, Joe and Kevin were joined by Roger Hermiston, author of Clough & Revie: The Rivals Who Changed the Face of English Football to share an insight into.
Emlyn Hughes and Don Revie – a pairing that would soon end with Hughes bitter towards the manager. The s Maverick flair players had struggled to win over Ramsey and would make limited inroads with Revie too, men such as Stan Bowles, Charlie George and Alan Hudson enjoying only the briefest of international outings under him.
'Don Revie's so-called family had more in keeping with the mafia than Mothercare,' Brian Clough said. But even Clough, who often used his weekly newspaper column.
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The 18 Best Soccer Books Of All Time. Connor Fleming Janu Brian Clough's doomed stint at Leeds United, where he replaced rival manager Don Revie, lasted all.
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Rob Bagchi lasted almost as long at Sportspages bookshop as Don Revie spent at Elland Road. He works for the Guardian, for whom he writes a weekly sports column, and is author of four books, including The Unforgiven: The Story of Don Revie's Pages: Home Revie and Clough: Boro boys who grew to be bitter enemies The rivalry between Don Revie and Brian Clough is studied in a new book.
Chris Bond reports. Don Revie and UAE: 'nation had a vision for football' Revie's son Duncan recalls the former England manager's move to the UAE and its effect on sport in the region. Duncan Revie with mementoes of. The story of Revie's career is one of intense dedication, willpower and pursuit of the near impossible.
For some it was an inspiration; while for others its darker elements tainted the success he brought to Elland Road and all he strove to achieve for : Mainstream Publishing.Product Information This study of Don Revie, one of soccer's most complex and controversial figures, examines the factors and influences that moulded him.
In interviews with colleagues, the players he managed, and others who worked alongside him, Andrew Mourant reflects on the seemingly paradoxical aspects of Revie's nature. The famous exchange between recently sacked Leeds manager Brian Clough and his predecessor Don Revie, was the inspiration for David Peace's best-selling novel The Damned United.