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Sunderland The Little General - Bobby Kerrs Football Scrapbook
From the moment Bobby Kerr netted the winning goal in the final seconds of his Sunderland debut against Manchester City on New Years Eve 1966, it was pretty clear that the young Scot was destined for great things at the club. After recovering from two broken legs early in his career he went on to make more than 400 appearances for the Sunderland and during his 16 years at the club he experienced promotion, relegation and the ultimate glory of lifting the FA Cup in1973.Along the way he encountered numerous players and managers and witnessed what really went on behind the scenes during what was largely an era of turbulence at Roker Park. All these and many more memories are captured in this lavishly illustrated full-colour 144 page publication - from Bobby’s early life growing up in Alexandria right through to present day Sunderland where he lives in modest retirement with little more than his memories after experiencing hard times and family tragedy. On Wearside he will always be a legend, a stalwart performer who captained Sunderland to the FA Cup’s greatest ever victory prompting manager Bob Stokoe to give him the nickname ‘The Little General’.
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