Kick the Balls: A Bruising Season in the Life of a Suburban Soccer Coach Alan Black

ISBN: 9780452295391

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272 pages


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Kick the Balls: A Bruising Season in the Life of a Suburban Soccer Coach  by  Alan  Black

Kick the Balls: A Bruising Season in the Life of a Suburban Soccer Coach by Alan Black
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A hilarious and utterly irreverent tale (Irvine Welsh) of a year in the life of an abrasive pee-wee soccer coachGrowing up in Scotland, Alan Black learned that soccer was no mere game- it was a matter of life or death. In this harshly hilariousMoreA hilarious and utterly irreverent tale (Irvine Welsh) of a year in the life of an abrasive pee-wee soccer coachGrowing up in Scotland, Alan Black learned that soccer was no mere game- it was a matter of life or death.

In this harshly hilarious tale, Black, a Glasglow transplant living in suburban California, coaches the Dragons, a peewee team that proves an embarrassment to his beloved sport. Theyre pampered. Theyre soft. Theyve been told by their overprotective parents that (gasp!) winning isnt everything. Using drills and bombast, Black attempts to whip the team into shape.Kick the Balls is a sidesplitting memoir of grass stains and free kicks, a no-holds-barred account of one mans bafflement by an alien culture, and a stinging satire of American parenthood.

Alan Blacks voice-howling from the sidelines-is that rare thing: a fresh, original, winning comic talent.



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