By Ian Cheeseman, Colin Bell
Within the autobiography of a Manchester urban and England Legend, the previous football mid-fielder opens up approximately his youth and his lifestyles within the glory years. He singles out his maximum rivals, and compares the trendy video game with the period he ruled.
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I made eighty-two league appearances for Bury during my three seasons with them. It proved to be a great grounding and Bury was such a friendly club. Bob Stokoe was the manager when I joined them, though Bert Head was in charge by the time I left three years later. Bob was a lovely person and a very good manager. He didn't have any money to spend on new players, so he spent his time working with the players he had. That worked out fine, because it meant there was no pressure on me and he was able to give me advice and help me continue to develop my skills and become more mature.
The great Tom Finney didn't play against Colin, his time as a player had long since ended, but as a journalist he watched him play on many occasions. 'I was actually with the News of the World when I was watching him at City. He played many, many outstanding games. City was a big club then with Francis Lee and Mike Summerbee, those sorts of players. I think Colin Bell was as good as anything I've ever seen. ' Although I could have written a book that consisted entirely of tributes to Colin, from the great and the good, I've found space for just one more.
We didn't go very far inside after that, the whole thing being a bit of a culture shock. There were hundreds of lads at those trials, with seven or eight games taking place simultaneously. I remember afterwards, when all the parents and kids gathered together, the Arsenal manager, Billy Wright, got up and spoke. Just to see him standing there in front of us filled us with awe. This was Billy Wright! He told us he had selected a few lads and thanked everyone for trying so hard and travelling so far to take part in the trials.
Colin Bell - Reluctant Hero: The Autobiography of a Manchester City And England Legend by Ian Cheeseman, Colin Bell
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