Deep into the Forest
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"Deep into the Forest" is the story of Daniel Taylor's quest to track down those legendary figures who defined Nottingham Forest club's history. It is a must read for any "Forest" fans!
The book gathers the legends' first-hand accounts about the most exhilarating highs and the most excruciating lows, from the European Cups and Wembley triumphs to the relegations, cup shocks and controversies.
In the most colourful book ever written about the club, we learn about the long-running feud between Kenny Burns and Trevor Francis and how Brian Clough once punched Stuart Pearce in the dressing room.
From the 'glory years' Garry Birtles, John Robertson, Viv Anderson and Larry Lloyd recall those magical days when unheralded, unfashionable Forest won the European Cup twice
Add to that the stories of Ian Storey-Moore, Archie Gemmill, John McGovern, Roy Keane and Neil Webb and "Deep into the Forest" is the ultimate read for supporters of a club that has inspired so many emotions.
About the Author
Over 25 years, Daniel Taylor's affinity with Nottingham Forest has seen him progress from the Colwick Rd terrace to the lower tier of the Executive Stand to the pressbox.
He has been a sportswriter on the Guardian since 1999, predominantly cover Manchester United and England. He started work at the Newark & South Notts Advertiser before working as a freelance journalist.
He grew up in the Nottinghamshire village of Sibthorpe but now lives in Manchester with his wife Zoe, and their son James.
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