There's Only One Neil Redfearn: The Ups and Downs of My Footballing Life - Neil Redfearn with Andrew CollomosseHeadline, 2006, Hardback in Dust Wrapper.
Condition: vGood+ — in Very Good Dust Wrapper. Dust wrapper nicked at the head of the spine. Previous owners' inscription to the first blank.
Illustrated with black and white photographs. From the cover: “Neil Redfearn is a man dedicated to — some might say obsessed by — football. He’s just about the last of the generation of players who began near the bottom, made it to the top and then moved back down the ladder again. He has seen promotion to the Premiership (with Barnsley and Oldham) and relegation from the Football League (with Halifax); made nearly 1000 senior appearances over 24 seasons as a professional and scored just short of 200 goals.He talks about the managers he has played for — including Brian Clough, Alan Curbishley and Joe Royle — as well as some he hasn’t: Arsene Wenger once called him ‘the dirtiest player in the Premiership’. Still playing at the age of 40 — as player-manager of Conference side Scarborough — and poised to move into full-time management, Neil Redfearn has a unique perspective on what it’s like when football literally becomes your life.”