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Liam Brady, The Pass Master Damian Hall

Liam Brady, The Pass Master

Damian Hall

Published June 14th 2012
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Kindle Edition
16 pages
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This article is 3000 words in length and at an average reading speed of 250 w.p.m will take 12 minutes to read.“FOR A YEAR I lived with the possibility of Liam Brady’s transfer to another club,” wrote Nick Hornby in Fever Pitch. “In the same wayMoreThis article is 3000 words in length and at an average reading speed of 250 w.p.m will take 12 minutes to read.“FOR A YEAR I lived with the possibility of Liam Brady’s transfer to another club,” wrote Nick Hornby in Fever Pitch. “In the same way that, in the late fifties and early sixties, American teenagers had lived with the impending Apocalypse.”Great players have left Arsenal down the years of course, but it’s unlikely any – yes, even Cesc Fabregas – were as sorely missed as Brady.“I had never felt so intensely about an Arsenal player,” said Hornby. “I worshipped him because he was great and I worshipped him because, in the parlance, if you cut him he would bleed Arsenal… but there was a third thing too. He was intelligent.”Hornby wasn’t talking about Chippy’s IQ or his penchant for crosswords – the Irishman much preferred deep-fried slices of potato, hence the nickname. No, the midfielder was breathtakingly clever with his feet and a pig’s bladder. The word has lost some value down the years, but Brady was a genius.However the Irishman’s first headlines were for the wrong reasons..Want to read more? TRY A FREE SAMPLE!This edition also contains bonus content..