Autobiography

Autobiography : Safe Hands

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David Seaman has been at the centre of the most successful Arsenal side of the postwar period. He has also made the England goalkeeper's position his own with a succession of superb games as both player and captain, not least with three heroic performances at the focus point of the high-tension penalty shootouts that have dogged England's progress in recent international competitions. As with Kenny Dalglesh's number one bestselling autobiography, this will be a celebration of one of the most successful and high-profile careers in the domestic game. Published in Seaman's testimonial year at Arsenal (where he is second only to Tony Adams in terms of popularity) this will be the story of one of best loved people in sport. A past sports personality of the year, a true sportsman with a spotless record and a reputation as one the games most thoughtful characters, Seaman's extraordinary popularity with both his club supporters, England fans and the population at large, remains untainted despite a fraught recent personal life. The man is a genuine national sporting hero.show more

Product details

  • Audio cassette
  • 107 x 140 x 17mm | 124g
  • Orion Publishing Co
  • Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Abridged
  • Abridged edition
  • 0752832204
  • 9780752832203

About David Seaman

David Seaman was born in Rotherham in 1963. David Seaman's first signing was for 4,000 in 1982. Eight years later he signed to Arsenal for 1.3 million. He achieved national hero status in two penalty shootouts in Euro 96 and France 98. He is one of the longest serving members of the England squad and has been the captain of the national team. David Seaman was born in Rotherham in 1963. Apprenticed to Leeds United he signed to Peterborough for 4,000 in 1982. Eight years later he signed to Arsenal for 1.3 million. He achieved national hero status in two penalty shootouts in Euro 96 and France 98. He is the longest serving member of the England squad and has been the captain of the national team. Ralph Ineson has acted in major films, such as Shooting Fish and First Knight, and is a regular on TV appearing in shows such as This Life, Dangerfield, and Kavanagh QC.show more