A Game of Three Halves

A Game of Three Halves

Subtitle: The Official Kenny Swain Biography
Author: Kenny Swain with Brian Beard
Price: £16.99
Publication date: 14th November 2012
ISBN: 9781908051400
Format: Hardback
Size: 240 x 160
Pages: 192
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The official biography of Kenny Swain, who quit teaching to sign for Chelsea, the glamour club of the 1970s. He helped Aston Villa win the league and the European Cup, then joined Brian Clough at Nottingham Forest before ending an illustrious playing career with spells at Portsmouth and Crewe. Kenny now heads up the FA’s talent ID programme.

About the author

Brian Beard is the author of Aston Villa On This Day, The Breedon Book of Premiership Records and Three Lions, on the subject of England’s ongoing international failure ever since 1966; he also penned The Don, the autobiography of Don Goodman. Brian is a qualified FA coach, and was once a trialist with the New York Cosmos.