TABOOS TROUBLES AND TRUSTS - Tales of football triumph and tribulation
Rob Bradley has been a football fanatic all his life. His experiences in the game are varied, from having an unsuccessful trial for Boston United Reserves, managing a pub team, raising funds for Lincoln City by running the London marathon, working for the matchday catering, being Chair of Lincoln City and Lincoln City Supporters’ Trust, writing for the ‘Yellowbelly’ fanzine and When Saturday Comes, being elected as a Director of Supporters Direct and, the pinnacle of all, being Poacher the mascot at a Lincoln City Ladies game at Sincil Bank.
Rob has cobbled together a fabulously entertaining new book - TABOOS TROUBLES AND TRUSTS - Tales of Football Triumph and Tribulation, a collection of short stories that look at some of the taboos and topics in the game, including being a female manager, a gay footballer, a fan elected in to the boardroom, and much more.
A must for anyone interested in football at all levels, the book is easy to read, has humour and, at times, a touch of sadness, but most importantly it will strike a chord with any lover of the game.
Ideal as a Christmas present and a way to support your chosen club or trust as there is a voucher inside every copy which, when returned, will result in £5.00 being donated to the supporters trust of the readers choice.
If you are in the Lincoln area you can purchase a copy, £10.00, from the Club shop at Sincil Bank where £5.00 is donated direct to Lincoln City F C as a Trust fundraising idea.
Alternatively, buy using the PayPal facility above or just send us a cheque made payable to Taboos Troubles and Trusts for the cost of the book and postage & packaging, £11.40. Cheques should be sent to Taboos Troubles and Trusts 6-8 Kenneth Street, Lincoln, LN1 3ED.