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Nightmare: The Incredible Story of Britain's Most Prolific Football Hooligan

Nightmare: The Incredible Story of Britain's Most Prolific Football Hooligan

Derwi, Alan

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ISBN13: 9798519086714
Publisher: Independently Published
Published: Jun 21 2021
Pages: 272
Weight: 0.81
Height: 0.57 Width: 6.00 Depth: 9.00
Language: English
Jackson Frane was one of the most prolific football hooligans Britain has ever seen and as leader of Reading's hooligan firm the Berkshire Boot Boys, he was involved in more violence than any other football hooligan of his generation, including the notorious Harry the Dog and Tommy the Baseball Bat Bush. In this extraordinary autobiography, he tells of headbutting, kicking, and punching any rival hooligan who got in his way, of stabbing an off-duty police officer who interfered with his plans to kill the Chelsea Headhunter's top boy Mickey Crane and about joining the neo-Nazi British Movement (BM) and becoming an underworld enforcer. He also talks about his links with loyalist paramilitaries in Northern Ireland, that he was secretly filmed by an undercover reporter and how he arranged a one to one with Leicester City's infamous top boy Bazzar Khan. This is the story of one man's journey into the world of football violence, which not only consumed him for well over 40 years, but also earned him the nickname Nightmare as a consequence.

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