From the publisher:
Give it to Moore, He Will Score! is the authorised biography of footballing icon Ian Storey-Moore, Nottingham Forest's legendary forward of the 1960s and early 70s. Scoring more than 100 top-flight goals for Forest, he became the most sought-after striker in the land. An England international, injury robbed him of numerous caps and a place at the Mexico 1970 World Cup.
Moore's sensational on-off transfer to Derby County for a British record fee was front-page news and left Brian Clough unable to speak to him for two decades. Joining Manchester United instead, he played alongside Best, Law and Charlton before sampling life in the nascent US soccer scene. Here, for the first time, the authors tell the full story of Moore's life and career, drawing on their extensive interviews with him, his personal scrapbooks and their own first-hand memories.
With Moore still a hugely popular figure among fans, his story is essential reading for Forest and United supporters, plus anyone with an interest in football history.
Stuart Humphreys co-edited Private Beatson's War (Pen & Sword, 2009), the evocative diary of a First World War soldier killed at the Somme. Richard Harrison wrote The Ultimate Nottingham Forest Quiz Book (The History Press, 2016). He has written for Forest's match-day programme every season since 2012/13, and is now contributing 'Memorable Match' articles for all their home games. He has also written for When Saturday Comes and Forest fanzines.