Wings of a Sparrow: A comedy about football, fortune and a fanatical fan

Wings of a Sparrow: A comedy about football, fortune and a fanatical fan

by Dougie Brimson

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Wings of a Sparrow: A comedy about football, fortune and a fanatical fan by Dougie Brimson

Rob Cooper, self-confessed football fanatic and editor of the United FC fanzine, Wings Of A Sparrow, returns from watching his team succumb to yet another defeat to discover that not only has he inherited an estate worth in excess of six million pounds, but that it has been left to him by an uncle he never knew he had.

However, even as Rob is struggling to come to terms with these two bombshells, he is hit with another. For the estate contains ownership of an almost bankrupt professional football club. And the terms of the will are such that Rob will only receive his inheritance if he takes over the running of the club and manages to keep them going for the coming season. The problem is, the club concerned are the local and very bitter rivals of the club Rob and his family have passionately supported all their lives.

But after wrestling with his conscience, and driven by his wife's desire for instant wealth, he accepts the challenge with a promise to the United faithful that he will do whatever he can to ensure that whilst his new club might survive, its supporters are about to experience the most depressing season in their history!

And so, in the full glare of the media spotlight, he sets out to do what most football fans could only ever dream about; humiliate their local rivals.

The trouble is, it just doesn't work out like that!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781909270909
Publisher: eBookPartnership.com
Publication date: 03/27/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 532 KB

About the Author

A multi-published best-selling author and increasingly sought after screenwriter, best known for penning the multi-award winning Green Street, former serviceman Dougie Brimson is one of the UK's most prolific writers.

With over half a million books sold worldwide, his first title Everywhere We Go (first published in 1996) remains a cult classic whilst his first novel, The Crew, has held the #1 slot on the soccer charts of both Amazon and iTunes for over 17 months and is the most downloaded football title of 2012!

However in recent years, thanks to his comedy novels including Billy's Log, The Geezers Guide to Football and The Art of Fart, Dougie has become increasingly identified with his often controversial defence of the male of the species and is a frequent guest on radio and TV talking all things men!

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