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The Man in the Middle: The Autobiography of the World Cup Final Referee by Howard Webb

Discussion in 'Ebooks' started by wheelo, May 11, 2017.

  1. wheelo

    wheelo Super Moderator Staff Member Forum Supporter

    Review: The long-awaited autobiography of Howard Webb, the man who refereed the World Cup final. Webb's first game as a match official came when he was just 18 and his father's verdict was blunt: 'Useless - he doesn't know his arse from his elbow.' It wasn't the last time his performance would come under fire. But Webb progressed through the ranks, and his natural calm authority made a good impression on players and administrators alike, and soon he was being offered the top matches and the toughest fixtures.

    The policeman went on to take charge of some of the most important games, including the 2009 FA Cup final, the 2010 Champions League final and - the biggest of the lot - the 2010 World Cup final. Now, in this superb and honest memoir, Howard Webb reveals what it is like to be at the heart of the action in the modern-day game where every decision can be unpicked by television cameras. He explains how he learned to handle some of the game's superstars. Refereeing is a hard business, but Webb shows just why he enjoyed it so much and provides fascinating insights into how he dealt with the most challenging situations. With his unique perspective on the game, and the characteristic honesty he has displayed as a pundit on BT Sport, Webb has written a book that reveals the game - and the man himself - in a new light.

    Download >> http://www.techkings.org/resources/howard-webb-autobiography.25/
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  2. icedink

    icedink Member

    Thanks for this. Looking forward to reading it.
  3. TedH

    TedH Member

    Thank You Wheelo
  4. StevieK

    StevieK Member

    Cheers Wheelo, much appreciated.
  5. StevieK

    StevieK Member

    Cheers Wheelo, much appreciated.

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