Small Time: A Life in the Football Wilderness

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In 1988, 23-year-old American goalkeeper Justin Bryant thought a glorious career in professional soccer awaited him. But professional soccer, he found, is rarely easy. Small Time is the story of a life spent mostly in the backwaters of the game, battling numerous issues, but experiencing fleeting moments of triumph that no amount of money can buy.

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Published by Bennion Kearny
Words: 51,420
Language: English
ISBN: 9781909125391

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Review by: David Kaufman on July 21, 2013 :
This is really terrific book. It's both a sports-biography and also, perhaps more memorably, a detailed and fascinating psychological study of the effects of extreme anxiety. Anyway, I couldn't put it down and would certainly recommend it to anyone interested in either of the above-mentioned topics. Anyway, I hope you're doing well, and that you have another book coming out soon!
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