Tales of the Unexpected: The Dave Beasant Story ePub download
by Dave Beasant,Dave Smith
- ISBN: 1851582207
- ISBN13: 978-1851582204
- ePub: 1542 kb | FB2: 1813 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Biographies
- Publisher: Mainstream Publishing (October 19, 1989)
- Pages: 192
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 100
- Format: txt docx mobi lit
Dave Bessant is no ordinary goalkeeper. In fact he's no ordinary footballer, full stop. And the story of his rise to fame, if not fortune, is no ordinary tale either
Dave Bessant is no ordinary goalkeeper. And the story of his rise to fame, if not fortune, is no ordinary tale either.
David John Beasant (/ˈbɛsənt/; born 20 March 1959) is an English former football goalkeeper. He began his career in the late 1970s. Beasant's former clubs include Edgware Town, Wimbledon, Newcastle United, Chelsea, Southampton, Nottingham Forest, Portsmouth, Tottenham Hotspur, Brighton & Hove Albion and Wigan Athletic
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Tales of the Unexpected: The Dave Beasant Story - Dave Beasant with Dave Smith (Mainstream . Beasant began his career with Edgware Town FC, from where, Wimbledon FC paid £1000 for him on 7 August 1979.
Tales of the Unexpected: The Dave Beasant Story - Dave Beasant with Dave Smith (Mainstream Publishing, Edinburgh, October 1989). The goalkeeper's rise to fame from Wimbledon to Chelsea, with Newcastle as a short interlude. A Football Compendium, Peter J. Seddon (1999). He made 340 league matches for the Dons. On 13 June 1988, Beasant joined Newcastle United FC for £800,000, a record transfer fee for a goalkeeper.
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