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Shearer Wonderland
The Autobiography
Duncan Shearer

5" x 7 1/2" • 247 pages • photo section
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Duncan Shearer's incredible rise from non-league football to the international stage was a football fairytale. Beneath this seeming fairytale, however, lies a heart-rending story of personal tragedy and a heartwarming tale of triumph in the face of adversity.

Discover how the demon drink cost him his big break as a teenager; find out why he spurned advances from Sir Alex Ferguson in his 1980s Aberdeen glory days; and read his own account of his unwitting involvement with the English hooliganism scene as a young Chelsea player. There's also the inside story of Duncan Shearer's time both at Huddersfield Town and at Swindon Town and how his goal-scoring exploits and incredible scoring record made him a legend with fans at  both clubs.

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