Football Babylon - Mel Stein Reviews
Description:ISBN 1906015163 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Mel Stein / Paperback / 256 Pages / Book is published 2008-09-11 by Pennant Books
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Pages: 256, Paperback, Pennant Books
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by - written on 09/05/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
I picked this book up at my local library when it had an "ex rental" book sale. Having previously read Hotel Babylon I thought that this was by the same author and bought this for a whole 10 pence! When I got it home I realised that it is not by the same person as Hotel Babylon but is definitely a book in the same vein! The Author Mel Stein is, and has been for many years the "football secretary" of premiership football clubs. Now this is cunningly not his real name as he wants to survive to enjoy the royalties from selling this book. What is Football Babylon about? Much as Hotel Babylon exposed ... Read the complete review
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