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The King of Cappielow, with a fitting Foreword by Sir Alex Ferguson CBE, is a tribute to the much-loved Scottish footballing legend, Andy Ritchie. He was born in Glasgow in 1956 and developed a passion for football from a young age. As a teenager he went for trials with several English clubs, but in the end joined Celtic in 1971 at the age of 15, signing professional forms in 1973. In 1976, after one too many alleged disputes with manager, Jock Stein, he became part of a transfer deal, moving to Greenock Morton in exchange for their goalkeeper, Roy Baines. And thus, for the next seven years, Andy Ritchie built his reputation as the 'King of Cappielow'. Adored by the fans, but attracting less regal labels by the media, such as the 'Idle Idol' and the 'Ambling Alp', due to his large build and less than energetic footballing style, Ritchie proved his incredible ball skills time after time, netting 133 goals in 246 matches and achieving the honour of top goalscorer in the Premier Leagu...

Author: Riddle, John
Publisher: Apex Publishing Limited
Illustration: N
Language: ENG
Title: The King of Cappielow
Pages: 00146 (Encrypted EPUB) / 00146 (Encrypted PDF)
On Sale: 2011-07-18
SKU-13/ISBN: 9781906358211
Category: Biography & Autobiography : Sports - General
Category: Sports & Recreation : Soccer


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