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Jimmy Greaves [PDF] ✍ Jimmy Greaves ✎ Matt Allen – Thomashillier.co.uk Throughout the s Jimmy Greaves was the ultimate goal machine His career goals in English football came at the astonishing rate of two every three games Quite simply, he was one of the best centre for Throughout the s Jimmy Greaves was the ultimate goal machine Hiscareer goals in English football came at the astonishing rate of two every three games Quite simply, he was one of the best centre forwards English football has ever seen, and whether it was with Chelsea, AC Milan, Spurs or West Ham, he was always an entertainer From the moment he scored on his debut for Chelsea against Bill Nicholson s Tottenham, he was proclaimed a genius by fans and the media But like so many geniuses, Greaves had a wayward streak and would often turn to drink in times of trouble For anyone under the age of , Jimmy Greaves is probably nothing than a droll sidekick to TV partner Ian St John, but this biography is a reminder of Greaves s abilities as a goal scorer extraordinaireMatt Allen was until recently associate editor at FourFourTwo magazine and has also written for FHM, Total Sport, Later and Maxim He now writes for Q.

  • Jimmy Greaves
  • Matt Allen
  • 02 January 2018
  • 0753508877

About the Author: Matt Allen

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3 thoughts on “Jimmy Greaves

  1. Pete daPixie Pete daPixie says:

    Published in 2001, Matt Allen s Jimmy Greaves may not be a walk down White Hart Lane for me, but it was certainly a stroll down Memory Lane Football was essential Saturday afternoon viewing for me at the time of Bill Nicks Spurs glory years I first watched them play Manchester City at Maine Road in their famous double winning year in 1961, with Blanchflower, Mackay, Jones Co Throughout the 60 s I watched the Spurs, with Greaves, play at Old Trafford and White Hart Lane, as well as in his Published in 2001, Matt Allen s Jimmy Greaves may not be a walk down White Hart Lane for me, but it was certainly a stroll down Memory Lane Football was essential Saturday afternoon viewing for me at the time of Bill Nicks Spurs glory years I first watched them play Manchester City at Maine Road in their famous double winning year in 1961, with Blanchflower, Mackay, Jones Co Throughout the 60 s I watched the Spurs, with Greaves, play at Old Trafford and White Hart Lane, as well as in his West Ham days, or daze against Man United at Old Trafford and at the Bowlee.It is interesting that this author only saw Greaves on newsreel Nevertheless, Allen has put together a very good footballing biography I could easily readon the personal side of this character , but that was not Allen s brief for this FourFourTwo Great Footballers publication Sporting facts speak for themselves, and in a League career with Chelsea, Tottenham and West Ham, from 1957 to 1971, Greavsie was the Div One top scorer in six seasons, with 1961 62 spent in Milan where he netted 9 goals in Serie A Add to that his 57 England caps with 44 goals and those too young to have seen him play can well appreciate the legendary status They will also appreciate how much of a bygone era, of fifty years past, is in this poignant biography

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