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It's Coming Home (Probably) : England's Football Team and One Man's Many Years of Hurt, Paperback / softback Book

It's Coming Home (Probably) : England's Football Team and One Man's Many Years of Hurt Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


You're almost there, 90 minutes away from a major final.

Italia 90, Euro 96, Russia 2018. Or your in a major final at Wembley, just like the boys of 66.

Visualising the England captain lifting silverware, like those immortal images of Bobby Moore.

It's Coming Home echoes across England. Surely the trophy drought is coming to an end this time.

Except it doesn’t… and you’re back to square one. That's what supporting the England football team has been for more than fifty years.

It should come with a health warning. There have been so many near moments as teams aim to sit at the top table, alongside the heroes of 1966, but so far no team has achieved it.

There have been many moments but ultimately it’s been a catalogue of glorious failures. From Gazza's tears in 1990, Stuart Pearce redeeming himself at Euro 96, to extra-time agony in Russia and penalty heartbreak once again under the Wembley arch.

This book contains all the highs and lows as we continue to kick every ball with our national team.

It's Coming Home (Probably) is one man’s many years of hurt.


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