NEW BOOK Prosinecki In Blue: A Season Of Uncommon Artistry17.02.21
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Robert Prosinecki belongs to a select group of players who have played for Barcelona and Real Madrid. It’s an exclusive club that includes Figo, Hagi, Saviola, Laudrup (Michael), Eto’o and the original Ronaldo. The one thing Prosinecki holds over the others on the list is he had the honour of showcasing his skills on the hallowed turf at Fratton Park during the 2001-02 season.
Sleeping giants Portsmouth FC had witnessed more false dawns than a French & Saunders lookalike competition, but the club’s fortunes were on the rise. Harry Redknapp had been freshly appointed as Director of Football, former England midfielder Graham Rix was settling in as a manager, and a fresh-faced beanpole striker by the name of Peter Crouch was signed. On top of that, they could also add chain-smoking, European Cup winner Robert Prosinecki to the mix. What could go wrong?
Prosinecki In Blue chronicles the unforgettable season that a superstar Croatian midfielder landed at Fratton Park and the ensuing mix of on-pitch artistry and off-the-field chaos that followed. The story is told through a series of brand new interviews with players (including Linvoy Primus, Kevin Harper) and fans (among them 70s TV heroes How’s Fred Dinenage and Magpie’s Mick Robertson), together with a slew of contemporary press quotes.
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