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Books - A Bhoy's Own Story (1998)
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DetailsTitle: A Bhoy's Own Story
Author: Graham Clark, Paul Lambert
Player Homepage: Paul Lambert
Synopsis"Paul Lambert has had an amazing career. Considered no more than a decent professional during his days with St Mirren and Motherwell, the player became the first Scot to take advantage of the Bosman ruling, signing for Borussia Dortmund. There, he inspired his star-studded team-mates - among them Andreas Moller, Matthias Sammer and Jurgen Kohler - to their European Cup triumph over the mighty Juventus. The fanatical Dortmund support were then devastated to hear he was leaving the club to return to his home country.
"They packed the famous Westfalen Stadium to bid an emotional farewell to the Scot who had become a local hero. Lambert signed for Celtic where, within weeks of his transfer, he picked up a League Cup winner's medal, and he seems destined for more success with the rejuvenated Parkhead squad. Already a favourite with the fans for his stunning strikes against Rangers and Motherwell, Lambert has also established himself as an essential member of the international side. This book takes us inside two of the biggest clubs in Europe as Lambert recounts the events of the past few years.
"He details how he helped tame Manchester United in the Champions' League and how he dealt with the threat of such brilliant players as Del Piero and Zidane in the final. He explains why he returned to Scotland and what life is really like at Parkhead - and why he believes Celtic are set to become the country's number-one club again. And, with Scotland once more in the World Cup, he takes us step-by-step through France '98."
Product DetailsHardcover: 191 pages
Publisher: Mainstream Publishing; illustrated edition edition (29 Oct 1998)
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