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New book: Missed Goals: Manchester City 2012/13 Season Review (Kindle)

May 27, 2013

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 “He did very good things for the club. He stayed there for three years, which is a lot of time. He brought the club to a winning club. Now we are just looking for the next step, the next cycle.”

And so another chapter in Manchester City’s history came to an end, and another begins. The 2012/13 season was a major disappointment for City, beginning with a second early elimination in Europe, then continuing with the failure to retain their Premiership title, won in such dramatic circumstances in May 2012. By the end of the season, Roberto Mancini’s fate was sealed by an FA Cup final defeat to Wigan Athletic, though victory would not have saved a manager known to have lost the support of players, staff and the owners alike.This book tells the story of another dramatic season for the Citizens, not through match reports alone, but mainly through the stories that shaped the season, from player revolts, Mario Balotelli’s antics, through to the media coverage and constant headlines away from the pitch.

Bonus features: Book Reviews, Q & A session with senior football journalists, plus reports on the campaign for cheaper tickets and much, much more. Click the link below to purchase on Kindle – or try the free sample first.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Missed-Goals-Manchester-Season-ebook/dp/B00D0AD88S/ref=sr_1_3?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1369669660&sr=1-3&keywords=Howard+hockin

A paperback version of the book will be available within a week or so…..

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