Great Football Adventures returns to The Social with more stories of the beautiful game from some of the world's most unique places. AND we'll be showing Chelsea v Man United in
Great Football Adventures returns to The Social with more stories of the beautiful game from some of the world’s most unique places.
AND we’ll be showing Chelsea v Man United in the FA Cup!
Talks start at 1800 sharp . .
Justin Walley, manager of Matabeleland at the CONIFA World Cup, shares his experiences which have seen him lead the impoverished African region to global recognition, play international football at the age of 47 and suffer accusations of being a Kremlin spy. He’ll also be signing copies of his new book, One Football No Nets.
Drewe Broughton was an England youth international tipped for the top. Only it didn’t quite happen. A professional career that saw him make 540 appearances for 21 different clubs was hampered by visits to rehab for addiction and an emotional breakdown upon retirement. Now recovered, Drewe mentors the next generation of athletes in his role as a Results and Human Performance Coach. He’ll share his learnings and will also be signing copies of his new book, And Then What?
James Montague is a roaming international journalist previously referred to as ‘The Indiana Jones of soccer writing.’ From Kuwait to North Korea, James’s experiences of the beautiful game are the epitome of a Great Football Adventure.
Dom Bliss is the author of Erbstein. Following the book’s success, he has continued to forge links with Hungarian football, which he will discuss at length.
(Monday) 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm