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Notify me. Description In this wonderful celebration of all that is best about the world's greatest football league, talkSPORT has taken on the challenge of listing the greatest Premiership legends. Some surprising names make into the list, while others are relegated to the bottom or even fail to appear at all.

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Who comes out on top: Gianfranco Zola or Alan Shearer? How do you decide who's in and who's out from 20 years of footballing genius? Each of the stars is fully profiled, with surprising and fascinating information revealed about all of them, and their individual ranking in the list is fully justified.

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And yes: the bushiest tache of them all, Merv Hughes, does feature! In this wonderful celebration of all that is best about the world's greatest football league, talkSPORT has taken on the challenge of listing the greatest Premiership legends. Some surprising names make into the list, while others are relegated to the bottom or even fail to appear at all. Who comes out on top: Gianfranco Zola or Alan Shearer?

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How do you decide who's in and who's out from 20 years of footballing genius? Each of the stars is fully profiled, with surprising and fascinating information revealed about all of them, and their individual ranking in the list is fully justified. In short, this book will not only provide great football memories of moments that won leagues, spared clubs from relegation, and drew stunned silence from watching crowds, but cause much controversy - just like talkSPORT itself.

In this comprehensive collection, talkSPORT has tracked down the wittiest and the best football chants of all time. Featuring contributions from stars of the station such as Alan Brazil and Andy Gray, this is a compendium of terrace banter that no fan should be without.

When talkSPORT first went on air on 17 January , engineers were still wiring up the studios, and the furniture for the presenters had arrived only hours earlier. In this compelling and hilarious account of how talkSPORT conquered the airwaves, Gershon Portnoi reveals all the great stories that make the station so popular among its dedicated audience - like the time part of a Test match commentary was conducted from the back of an elephant, or when Abu Hamza revealed how much he like belly dancing music.