Published on October 12, ‘Born to be a Footballer’ is Liam’s much anticipated autobiography in which he tells his illustrious sporting life-story from how being expelled from school at 15 years of age for playing football for his country led him to London to join Arsenal, to his time in Italy playing for much vaunted Juventus and Inter Milan sides.
During this time he amassed 72 international caps leading Ireland to many memorable victories before retiring and entering management with Celtic, Brighton and latterly becoming assistant manager of his national team.
Liam has become better known in recent year for his much-respected TV punditry and searingly intelligent insights into the game he adores. Full of amusing anecdotes and recollections of extraordinary times, with ‘Born to be a Footballer’ Brady delivers a compelling story of a fifty-year career that is unparalleled in Irish sport.
On Wednesday, October 18, Easons will present Born to be a Footballer with Liam. Ahead of the event, Liam Brady comments “I’m very much looking forward to coming back to Dublin for the launch of my book, and to seeing some old friends at what is sure to be a very special event.” Currently the book is available at €18.99 on easons.com, a special price for a short period only.
Brendan Corbett, Group Head of Marketing, Eason adds “It’s our privilege to be launching a book with Liam Brady who is a true Irish sporting icon. Liam broke the mould for Irish footballers by achieving great successes in England, Italy and on the international stage before cementing his reputation as a manager and highly regarded pundit. We’re delighted that Liam will bring us through his amazing sporting life at this event as he launches his new book which is guaranteed to be a best-seller once it hits the shelves!”
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