Brung Up Proper: My Autobiography - Jason Manford Reviews
Description:ISBN 0091939054 / Author: Jason Manford / Hardcover / 320 Pages / Book is published 2011-09-29 by Ebury Press
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Introduction As a City fan, for years I've needed a reason to laugh, we've not always been league champions. It's a bit of a shot in the arm for me when somebody famous comes along, especially a popular comedian like Jason Manford, and shows their pride in being a City fan. Prior to the "coolness" that Oasis being Blues gave us, we only had people like Curly Watts, Little and Large and Bernard Manning to look to. So, you can see why us Blues didn't always have many things to smile about. I'd heard that Jason's book mentioned his being a City fan quite heavily, so I didn't mind splashing out and getting the hard backed ... Read the complete review
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