PDG Books Ltd, 2005 - Soccer - 231 pages
Jim Taylor's obsession with football might well cost him his job. The angry, youthful narrator of Beastmouse is mentally scarred by the injustices his favourite team has suffered. What if the Russian millionaire who flies in to rescue Leeds United is not who he seems?
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