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Come in Number 37: Rob Lee: The Autobiography

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He may have been born in the East End of London, where he spent nine years with a struggling Charlton, but as soon as Rob Lee arrived on Tyneside the fans took him to their hearts. So it was with shock and not a little anger that the Toon Army learnt of him losing the captaincy and banished to the sidelines by then manager Ruud Gullit back in 1998. Things got so bad that ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published September 1st 2001 by HarperCollins UK (first published 2000)
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