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Give it to Moore, He Will Score! The Authorised Biography of Ian Storey-Moore, The Man Clough Couldn’t Buy

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NEW signings Jonathan Leko, Ademola Ola-Adebomi and Tolaji Bola all trained at St George's Park this morning ahead of tomorrow's Sky Bet League One clash away at Cambridge United. He went on to play for non-league Burton Albion, as well as North American Soccer League side Chicago Sting. While long queues formed ahead of Nottingham Forest’s match against Aston Villa on 5 November for the book signing at which Ian was joined by back-to-back European Cup winners Garry Birtles and John Robertson. Ifs and maybes but I do believe if Ian had stayed injury free he would have had a very positive effect on George Best and the Club as a whole.Round Our Way Sporting Memorabilia have been selling authenticated autographed sporting memorabilia since 2018. Take a look at all of the images from today's trip to Cambridge United, provided by Rich Burley of Epic Action Imagery. Ian has received a tremendous reception from football fans, young and old, during his busy schedule of book signings following the launch of his much-anticipated biography.

The book charts Ian’s school life, his rise to be a star striker at Nottingham Forest and the bad luck with injuries that eventually deprived him off the long career and England honours his talent deserved. Moore’s sensational on-off transfer to Derby County for a British record fee was front-page news and left Brian Clough unable to speak to him for two decades. SEE the BACKSIDE OF the PHOTO - many times the image for sale will present stamps, dates, and other publication details - these marks attest to and increase the value of the press photos. It's great to see a real book being published rather than the videos and other ephemera that crowd the marketplace these days.He has written for Forest's match-day programme every season since 2012/13, and is now contributing 'Memorable Match' articles for all their home games. There were theories doing the rounds at the time that it was the combined force of the Trent End crowd that actually sucked it into the net when they all went “Ohhh” when it hit the bar ! Its a true account of what a great man and player we saw at nottingham forest ; the detail of events are so different to how the media reported them, i could not put the book down, a great read. Scoring more than 100 top-flight goals for Forest, Ian became the most sought-after striker in the land. Moore's sensational on-off transfer to Derby County for a British record fee was front-page news and left Brian Clough unable to speak to him for two decades.

The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. We cover not only his many years with Forest and his curtailed spell with Manchester United but also his childhood years, his post-injury career in non-League and US football and the various jobs he had after he stopped playing. Biography: Capped by England he became successful businessman in Nottingham where he was a publican and owned a bookmakers but is now chief scout at Aston Villa having previously had same role at the City Ground. There's been dozens of titles written documenting Brian Clough's 18 years as the Reds manager, and understandably so.The book runs to over 300 pages and has numerous quotes from Ian and an extensive selection of photos, some not published before. Stuart and Richard are very nice people and eventually I agreed for them to get on with it and now here it is and I have all the signings and podcast to do. On Saturday, 9 December Ian will be signing copies of Give it to Moore, He Will Score at Waterstones, Nottingham, 1-5 Bridlesmith Gate, Nottingham NG1 2GR from 11am to 1pm. With our high quality and fast digitizing process, we help newspaper archives in converting their physical prints into digital format. At Ian’s request (and my own, actually) we have paid particular attention to the great 1966/67 team, which I don’t feel gets quite the recognition it deserves.

My scoring record at Forest was pretty good, nearly one in every two games and I’m still up there with the club's all-time top scorers with 118 which was a decent record for a wide player. The Terrace items will be dispatched within 7 working days, unless otherwise stated on the product page. In 1972, he moved to Manchester United, but his league career was brought to an early end by injury in 1974. It also generally paints a vivid picture of what football in England, and indeed life in England in general, was like in the 1960s and 1970s.Injuries eventually took effect, meaning Forest had to settle for second place; they also lost in the 1966–67 FA Cup semi-final to Dave Mackay's Tottenham Hotspur. Ian said: “I like to think we played some good football, we certainly wanted that to be part and parcel of what we were trying to do. My lasting memory is Ian tearing down the wing with power and pace and then unleashing a canonball shot.

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