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ISBN: 9781781480762
ISBN-10: 1781480761
Published: 5th July 2012
Format: ePUB
Format: ePUB
Language: English
Published: 5th July 2012


Brought up in Girlington Bradford, Dave Moulds’ days as a Scooter Club No1, a fan on the terraces with Leeds and as a Bouncer on the doors for fourteen years are brought to book. Unfortunately ‘cut’ twice, bashed with bottles, bats, bar stools and with bone breakages into double figures, having stared down the barrel of a gun on two occasions and having around two thousand physical confrontations. His more important conflicts have resulted with victories over twelve major operations, involving knee, ligament, tendon and vein/artery procedures, accumulating over 700 stitches and staples. Stand up and be counted…..

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