From the publisher:
An entertaining and effervescent history of the English Premier League told through the words and quotations of its players, managers, their contemporaries and the media. Relive the highs and lows, the drama and fun of 25 years of the Premier League through this exceptional compilation, which brings together the very best quotes, comments and soundbites to tell the story of eachincident-packed season. Remember Kevin Keegan's on-air meltdown? Or Paolo Di Canio's shove? How about those jaw-on-the-floor goals like Tony Yeboah's volley or Sergio Aguero's last gasp title-winning goal for Manchester City? And what about some of those teams that set the competition alight - like swash-buckling Newcastle, all-conqueringManchester United and Arsenal's fabled 'Invincibles'? All the Premier League's sensational stories, extraordinary incidents and dazzling moments are told here through the voices, views and reflections of the managers and players involved.
'You Can't Win Anything With Kids' also provides the perfect opportunity to enjoy some of the funniest, most insightful and sometimes perplexing soundbites from the last 25 years, from the endlessly amusing spat between Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger to Jurgen Klopp's off-the-wall reflections, Eric Cantona's deeplyphilosophical musings and, of course, Alan Hansen's profoundly misplaced pronouncements...
Gavin Newsham is a sportswriter and journalist who has written for The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The Observer and The Sun. He was awarded the National Sporting Club Best New Writer for his first book, Letting the Big Dog Eat. He has published eleven books on sport including Once In A Lifetime: The Incredible Story of the New York Cosmos, Hype & Glory: The Decline and Fall of the England Football Team and The Official Treasures of Muhammad Ali. He lives in Brighton. @Gavinnewsham The National Football Museum is the biggest and best football museum in the world. After opening in Manchester in 2012, the first six weeks saw the museum welcome over 100,000 visitors and in just over two years more than 1 million had walked through the turnstiles. A registered charity, the museum's president is Sir Bobby Charlton. Vice Presidents include Sir Alex Ferguson, Sir Trevor Brooking and Sir Geoff Hurst. The museum's Special Ambassador is Mark Lawrenson. @FootballMuseum