This Is The Story Of Charlie Mitten, The Man The FA Once Admitted Was The Greatest Outside Left England Ever Had, But Who Stepped Out Of Line As A Trailblazer In The Player S Contract Revolution, Walking Out On Club And Country In 1950 To Play In South America During One Short Season With Bogota Santa Fe, Mitten Won A Place In South American Folklore As Orchestrator In Chief Of One Of The Most Sensational Upsets In Soccer History A Makeshift Combian XI S Victory Over The Newly Crowned World Champions, Uruguay Rejecting An Offer From Real Madrid, Mitten Returned To Britain Only To Find He Was A Football Outlaw, Frozen Out By The FA Selectors And By United Who Refused To Take Him Back After A Spell At Fulham, He Went Into Management At Mansfield And Newcastle, But His Attempts To Produce A Skilful Approach To The Game And His Warnings Of An Impending Soccer Hurricane From South America Were Largely Ignored.
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- 192 pages
- Bogota Bandit
- Richard Adamson
- 24 August 2018 Richard Adamson