Want to win something? Sure you do. We have a copy of the very excellent Life’s A Pitch book donated to us by one of the authors. We’d tell you who, but then we’d have to kill you. And just before the holidays? No one wants that.
In Life’s a Pitch, a number of top journalists (plus a few others thrown in for good measure) have written a series of essays about what life’s like supporting their club. Believe it or not, they do actually support clubs AND still manage to write balanced articles, most of the time.
How do you win this fab prize or future Christmas gift for someone? All you have to do is leave us a comment on Twitter or on our Facebook page and you’ll be entered into the draw. We’ll be announcing the winner on Friday December 14th and will be in touch with the winner. Obviously, the more comments you leave, the more chances you have of winning!
However, if you don’t win, you can also purchase a copy on Amazon. Worth it for the Roy Keane man love alone where Rob Smyth attempts to compare Keane to Tony Soprano and looks back at his career.
Smyth: “A year later, when he seemed to be on a personal mission to win the trophy – he scored six Champions League goals that season, almost half his career total of 14, and played with almost demented purpose – he then scored an own goal and missed an open goal in the quarter-final defeat to Real Madrid.”