A Strange Kind of Glory - Eamon Dunphy

PUBLISHED: 13:23 30 August 2007 | UPDATED: 15:14 12 May 2010

A Strange Kind of Glory - Eamon Dunphy

A Strange Kind of Glory - Eamon Dunphy

EAMON Dunphy emerged during his career as a player who could put together a sentence or two: and in an eloquent way. His book on a season at Millwall opened many an eye on the workings inside the game. Now his book, A Strange Kind of Glory, on Matt Busby,

EAMON Dunphy emerged during his career as a player who could put together a sentence or two: and in an eloquent way.

His book on a season at Millwall opened many an eye on the workings inside the game.

Now his book, A Strange Kind of Glory, on Matt Busby, the legendary manager of Manchester United and the man who took them to European Cup success has been re-issued.

Dunphy again shows journalistic skill at putting together the story of a man who survived that Munich air disaster almost 50 years ago and built a new side around such players as Law, Charlton and, obviously, Best.

Well worth re-publishing.


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