Sunday 26 October 2014

The 50 best sports books


Back from the Brink: The Autobiography - Paul McGrath

Vincent Hogan held the pen, Paul McGrath pumped the ink for what is widely considered the best book by a distance in the soccer autobiographical genre. (2006 Century)

Four Iron in my Soul by Lawrence Donegan

The author spent a year caddying for Scottish journeyman golfer Ross Drummond, ranked over 400 in the world, on the European Tour. A fascinating and true insight into the sport (Penquin Paperback, 1998)

Endless Winter by Stephen Jones

A rugby season like no other with the Springboks return to the international fold, a Lions Tour and one of the most even Five Nations.

(Mainstream, 1993)

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