Different Class: Football, Fashion and Funk – The Story of Laurie Cunningham
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ISBN : 9781783523771
Category : Sport
Format : Hardback
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A biography of Laurie Cunningham, England's first professional black footballer – an emblematic figure of 1970s London with exceptional talent and a love of fashion and funk.

Dermot Kavanagh is the Sports Picture Editor of the Sunday Times. Over the past twenty-five years he has worked for various newspapers, magazines and picture agencies. He has published articles in the Sunday Times, the football magazine When Saturday Comes and Howler. He is also a contributor to the literary website London Fictions. He lives in London with his wife and three sons. Different Class is his first book.



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