The much anticipated autobiography event drew a packed attendance of 500 in total with Eamon Dunphy and John Giles on the panel. Best known for his much-respected TV punditry and searingly intelligent insights into the game he adores.
The book tells his illustrious sporting life-story from how being expelled from school at fifteen 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.
Today he is best known for his much-respected TV punditry and searingly intelligent insights into the game he adores. Full of honest insights, 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.
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