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Ask Neville Southall……
by Peter Bottomley

Ahead of the publication of Neville Southall’s autobiography on August 13th the publishers are running a competition, the details of which are as follows:   de Coubertin Books are giving fans an exclusive opportunity to ask Neville Southall questions about his life, career and thoughts on football.     

The best questions will be selected for Neville to answer and published as part of a question and answer section in his eagerly awaited autobiography, The Binman Chronicles, which will be published this August.
As an added bonus, those who sign up to our mailing list get the chance of winning one of three prints that are personally signed by Neville.

These beautifully designed A2 prints are the work of Liverpool based artist, Thomas Regan, and printed on Kodak satin paper using Kodak Quantum Ink.  They form part of his football legends range of artwork, which includes pictures of Alan Ball, Duncan Ferguson and Nikica Jelavic.

Regan’s creative design agency, Milkyone, has also created a set of exclusive limited edition covers for Southall’s book, which will be unveiled later on this month.

For your chance to ask Neville Southall anything you like and to win one of these prints, please fill in the online form at www.decoubertin.co.uk.  Winners will be selected at random after 22 June and announced via the deCoubertin website.

 

Written by Peter Bottomley

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