My Father and other Working-Class Football Heroes by Gary Imlac

The book is a poignant memoir about a professional football player in the 1950s and 1960s, as told by his son. It explores the harsh realities of the football world during this era, including low wages, lack of security, and the stark contrast to the glamorous, high-earning industry it is today. The narrative also delves into the author's personal journey of discovering his father's football career after his death, revealing a touching and personal portrayal of a father-son relationship.

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