Mr Unbelievable: Fighting Like Beavers on the Front Line of Football

Mr Unbelievable Fighting Like Beavers on the Front Line of Football Delivering high jinks and japes from Soccer Saturday s roving reporter this hilarious handbook documents the exploits of Chris Kammy Kamara whose boyish enthusiasm and often baffling at the ground

  • Title: Mr Unbelievable: Fighting Like Beavers on the Front Line of Football
  • Author: Chris Kamara
  • ISBN: 9780007360581
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Delivering high jinks and japes from Soccer Saturday s roving reporter, this hilarious handbook documents the exploits of Chris Kammy Kamara, whose boyish enthusiasm and often baffling, at the ground football reportage has given him cult status and an army of fans Over the past decade, football results program Soccer Saturday has become a television phenomenon, deliveriDelivering high jinks and japes from Soccer Saturday s roving reporter, this hilarious handbook documents the exploits of Chris Kammy Kamara, whose boyish enthusiasm and often baffling, at the ground football reportage has given him cult status and an army of fans Over the past decade, football results program Soccer Saturday has become a television phenomenon, delivering goals and drama via a raft of ex professional players positioned in television studios and on precarious gangplanks in rusting stadiums around the country At the heart of this success is free wheeling pundit and roving reporter extraordinaire, Chris Kammy Kamara, the former footballer turned manager turned cult hero who has astounded and dumbfounded a legion of armchair fans with his crackpot catchphrases, hyperactive reporting style, and Lionel Richie haircut Mr Unbelievable is his rags to riches tale As a player, Kammy trawled football s outposts with the likes of Bradford City, Stoke City, and Portsmouth where he suffered the slings, arrows, and hurled bananas of racial abuse Later, during the autumn of his career, he played in Howard Wilkinson s swashbuckling Leeds team where he rubbed shoulders with the likes of Eric Cantona and Lee Chapman On hanging up his boots, he moved into the dugouts at Bradford and Sunderland as manager before joining the Sky football revolution as roving reporter on Soccer Saturday and Goal On Sunday s eagle eyed analyst, amassing a raft of catchphrases along the way Mr Unbelievable is a hugely entertaining, moving, shocking, and laugh out loud funny story of a genuine cult hero.

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    One thought on “Mr Unbelievable: Fighting Like Beavers on the Front Line of Football”

    1. As a proper die hard Leeds United fan, i had to read this book and was not dissapointed. Not only does he relate stories of his old Leeds days, he also talks about the funny moments from Soccer Saturday (which i also love) so i was laughing from start to finish.

    2. Proper, old school footballer back from the time when top flight English football was actually interesting. Not a challenging read, but Kamara's honesty and stories make it worth a look. Hopefully one day English football will run out of money and we can get back to how it was in the 80s and early 90s, pre-Sky (ironically where Kamara has really made his name).

    3. Chia Kamara is a one off , a man to be respected , this book although always leaning towards fun and having a laugh also shows the struggles of working in football , made harder by being a player in the 1980/90s and being a black man during a time in Britain when racism was almost the norm. Respect .

    4. Excellent book from start to finish - very funny as you'd expect but also very interesting seeing his experiences as a black footballer in the 70s/80s through to his escapades as a roving reporter for Sky brilliant book I'd recommend to all :)

    5. Chris comes across as a genuine guy who doesn't take himself seriously. He also had a tough childhood and was a black footballer at a very tough time. There's not a lot of insight though we which is a shame, it ends up just a series of anecdotes.

    6. Funny book.Just like the man himself.It was an interesting insight when he was making his way into professional football at the high of racism.

    7. Great book that depicts the Kammy character so well. A story where he touches upon the dark side of the game, but what you see on the telly is reflected well within the pages. Really enjoyable read.

    8. Some funny anecdotes, but it was too unstructured, or as a previous reviewer, has said, 'all over the place'.

    9. Yet another poorly written sports autobiography, it gets 2 stars from me purely because I like the man himself.

    10. Seeing chris, on soccer Saturday, how he could do some hiccup on the show. He is one funny, cool guy. His book was really brilliant to read.

    11. Really funny in parts, especially about his work with Sky, but lacks some structure and to my mind ended very abruptly. What does come across well though is how much of a likeable guy Chris is.

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