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KIRKUS REVIEW

While gypsying ten years on four clubs in three leagues in two countries, Mr. Batterman was chronically No, man to some such master signal caller as Otto Graham and averaged a small fortune. He cannot be bothered writing of himself, except to poke fun, but there is little else of consequence or color in the game that he misses. The rigors of summer training camps, coaches, contract signing, tactics and on-field felonious assault are covered with wit and taste. This is a book that is as enlightening as it is funny, and television has widened the audience appeal of viewers who may also be readers.

Pub Date: Nov. 21st, 1962
Publisher: Coward-McCann