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Cole Play free pdf Joe Cole, a talented product of the famous West Ham youth system, was hailed as a child prodigy by no less than Harry Redknapp. He made his first-team debut for the club at the age of 17 - and his dedication to the Hammers saw him receive the captain's armband in his early 20s. Meanwhile a call-up to the England senior team marked his England debut at the tender age of 19. A versatile young playmaker, a series of solid performances in the claret and blue made him a valuable fixture at the East London club. But the lure of a move across town to Stamford Bridge proved too much to resist and in 2003 he donned a Chelsea shirt after a GBP 6 million transfer was agreed. Fortune has not always been in Cole's favour - in particular meeting tough competition for his position at Chelsea - and expectations, raised at an early age, have sometimes been hard to meet, but the attacking midfielder has continually produced a number of fine cameos which only serve to point the way to future achievement for club and country. Yet while he has worked hard to stay level-headed, his maturity off the pitch has not prevented his involvement in some colourful incidents in recent years. Taking it all in his stride he is set to become a major figure at the top of English football. This is the ultimate biography of the Hammers and Blues' enigmatic dangerman.

About Ian Macleay

Ian Macleay has been a Chelsea fan since the days of Jimmy Greaves in the late 1950s. He has co-authored two acclaimed books including Chelsea: A 100-Year History, with former Chelsea chairman Brian Mears, and The Working Man's Ballet with Alan Hudson. He is currently writing a novel. The author lives in Surrey.

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Author : Ian Macleay
Publisher : John Blake Publishing Ltd
Data Published : 29 September 2006
ISBN : 1844542645
EAN : 9781844542642
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 310 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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