Author(s): Ed Smith
Why will there never be another Bradman? How do you win 33 games in a row? Why did Zidane lose his rag on the world's stage? Foraying into sport's leftfield, this title intends to ask the questions we rarely ask of our teams and players. It answers questions such as when is cheating really cheating? Is the free market good for sport?
Recommended to anyone interested in sport, history, or simply human nature Mark Lawson, Front Row I could eat this stuff up with a spoon Nick Hornby A book that everyone with a serious interest in sport needs to read. Don't miss it -- Simon Barnes The Times A terrific book - Smith has distilled into 200 pages things that took me fifteen years of playing to work out Mike Atherton An exceptional book: lucid, thought-provoking, informative and fair. Outstanding -- Christopher Martin-Jenkins The Times