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  1. says:

    From can’t be many people in Ireland that don’t have an opinion of some sort about Eamon Dunphy His football punditry is a breath of fresh air from the banal nonsense we’re used to seeing on televised coverage of sport The only thing about such forthright honesty is that you’re almost certainly going to rub people up the wrong wayHe’s probably most deeply embedded in the national consciousness for his performance on RTE’s coverage of the 1990 Word Cup The nation was riding on a wave of euphoria with the joy of holding their own in the tournament but Eamon was critical of the Route One football Jack Charlton was favouringThe price for this honesty was his ten year old daughter being chased indoors while trying to celebrate David O’Leary’s winning penalty against Romania and his son being roughed up in a disco on the night of the homecoming Such incidents involving the people he loved weighed heavily on Eamon and he himself faced incidents with people shaking his car and refusing to take him in taxisHe’s a man that expresses deep gratitude for small incidents of kindness from people that sought to protect him from such things He comes from humble beginnings raised in a single room for four people with no hot water or electricity He describes a time when people were living in fear and poverty while traders and those in power ripped them off before trying to wash away their sins by receiving Holy Communion of a SundayHe’s full of stories about his early experiences playing football in the local field and in the Dump and the wise youths that took Eamon under their wing Summer proved to be lonely time with Eamon wandering around with little than a ball for company the other lads having made for the seaside or the cinema Such things weren’t affordable to Eamon but the Drumcondra area is the source of a lot of joy with a good school a local library and people to kick ball withHe’s got a real distaste for Official Ireland and when he moves to England to play for Manchester United he’s content in England than he was back in Ireland delighted that he never bought into any of the anti English beliefsHis career takes him to clubs like Millwall and Reading and he proves to be a voice of dissent in most of them He ruffles a fair few feathers when he expresses his views against apartheid and wears a black armband in the aftermath of Bloody Sunday There’s a soap opera over a beef and pay suring his time at ReadingWhen his football career comes to an end he’s fast tracked into journalism with work at the Sunday Independent and Tribune He proves to be every bit as honest in this role with the Blazers at the FAI and lauded politicians like John Hume being heavily criticised He wants to lift the lid on the clowns that were running Irish soccer but also say his piece about the person in the manager’s seat This sees him earning himself a glass of wine in the face from Eoin Hand and Jack Charlton exploding at him at his very first press conferenceHe puts the account of his life forward beautifully and resists getting involved in any long rants It makes for a very entertaining read and an invaluable insight into the mind of a uniue figure Whether you love him or hate him I think you could find much to enjoy in this


  2. says:

    Really enjoyed this book when I started reading it and it was talking about his early days as a footballer as I could relate to this But unfortunately by the end of the book he rambles on about issues he had with various editors politicians these chapters could be skipped in large parts as they are incohesive He also gives too little time to his recent spats A disappointing end to a promising book I have heard him mention that there is probably another book on the way and that may explain some glaring absences not sure I will bother though He gives far too much weight to his political beliefs


  3. says:

    Excellent book As well written as you would expect and a great insight into Dublin Society in the fifties and the eighties especially He is never afraid to admit his mistakes and weaknesses and that is why people relate to him so much I grew up listening to his views on soccer and while he is not always right the level of debate that he brings to soccer analysis is beyond anything any other sport can offer


  4. says:

    For two thirds of this book it's a brilliant insightful and honest account of life and football in Dublin and later England It loses its way a bit when it wallows with the spoofers and chancers of the Horseshoe Bar but nonetheless it whets the appetite for the next volume from Dunphy


  5. says:

    Dunphy is a hypocrite of the highest order but he did live in interesting times and tells the stories well


  6. says:

    The only reason I have heard of Eamon Dunphy is because of the Second Captains an Irish sports podcast I am not Irish and have never seen or read any of his stuff I think I remember listening to the interview on the podcast for this very book actually but because of the podcast I was aware of his slightly different take on Irish life of the past few decades and the malign influence 'Official Ireland' has had on it I saw the book in the charity shop I get some of my books from which is why I bought itIrish life in the 50s is portrayed as unrelentingly grim He then goes on to talk about his time as a lower league footballer his time on the national team then his shift to being a newspaper writer In this last guise he talks a lot about Irish politics and corruption I have no idea how much he covered it at the time but it is all reporting on stuff that happened not what the author did This makes it a bit emotionally weaker There are many amusing annecdotes about the self important making fools of themselves There is also enough mea culpa to give balance The book ends very strangely The last chapter is on his coverage of Jack Charlton's tenure as Ireland manager which did not get off to a good start in his very first press conference This chapter just ends after the 1990 World Cup I don't mean it ends just after the World Cup although it does I mean the book just ends There is an emotional climax as Dunphy is in tears over the way the public has treated his family which he thinks his reporting on Charlton has caused Then the index comes You really feel that there must be a second part to all thisDunphy is a good writer who conveys the feeling of growing up poor in 50's Ireland and what its like to be semi outcast in a small community In places it is slightly longwinded but it is always engaging


  7. says:

    If you read the book you're likely in the 'like Dunphy' column and it won't disappoint Dunphy's a story teller mostly straight shooting sometimes arrogant often erudite This book is a nice commentary on the path often traveled in soccer where as Dunphy suggests 85 percent of the youngsters signed by the big clubs never make it and are ultimately cast out into the world without education or prospects It's also an interesting take on Irish culture at least Dunphy's version of it in the 1950's and the 1980's he was plying his trade on the pitches of mostly lower division teams for much of the '60's and '70's All told I really enjoyed the book with the exception of a perplexing ending


  8. says:

    Honesty as a policy didn't always seem best for Eamon I love his take on politics and the writing style has a wonderful flow Did the ending seem like a to be continued


  9. says:

    Enjoyable read interesting perspectives on football irish society politics Though you may not always agree Dunphy's passion keeps you enthralled


  10. says:

    A good read Covers only up to the Charlton era and I was disappointed it ended there


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