Red Mist: Football’s Most Shocking Moments
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There’s more than one way to attain football immortality, and BBC Sports journalist, Phil Cartwright turns a witty and revealing eye over the mavericks, pioneers anti-heros and iconic legends that have defined football history and changed the game forever.
From Zinedine Zidane’s infamous headbutt to Eric Cantona’s king-fu kick, Red Mist In Football celebrates 30 iconic game-changing moments that broke the hearts of nations and spawned instant legacies.
Featuring stories of red cards, dirty tackles, biting, pitch invaders and a couple of streakers, you will be taken on an unforgettable journey of the (not so) good, the bad and the downright despicable; celebrating the personalities and events of football history that we just can’t stop talking about.
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