90 Minutes Is Not Enough

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Pneuma Springs Publishing, Dec 31, 2006 - 180 pages
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Have you ever wondered if your local town's football team could make it in the Nationwide League and how they would get on? "90 Minutes Is Not Enough" is the story of just that. Meet the players, manager and the somewhat unorthodox chairman of Redbourne Rovers as they go from the obscurity of non league football to the glory of being the winners of the first domestic final in England played at the new Wembley in their inaugural season in the league. Follow their progress in a breathtaking rollercoaster of a journey around the football grounds of England, spiced with a bit of romance, a lot of skulduggery and some very unexpected twists. Essentially though, it is all about the beautiful game and the dreams of success that are encompassed within it by every fan, player and manager involved with it.

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About the author (2006)

Robert Mann is a retired transportation consultant from Jacksonville who attended Oklahoma State University. Over the years, Mann owned a small trucking business in Los Angeles and then launched his transportation career at Jacksonville International Airport with Piedmont Airlines before serving as a transportation supervisor for Trailways Bus System. Before returning to Jacksonville, he was employed as a private consultant for the secretary of transportation and inspector general for the national railroads in the Republic of Colombia. Robert is an author and historian with several books and many magazine articles to his credit. He is the father of the plans for rebuilding the Jacksonville Traction Company streetcar system, a concept he first took to the city in 1980. He has used his storytelling skills to address many community groups both locally and internationally.

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