A warm welcome to KPC Exall's football book official website.
About the Author
in the east Anglian City of Norwich, KPC Exall first discovered the thrill of
football as a child and has been a supporter of his City's Football Club
ever since, in the good times and the bad times.
Being a keen sport follower is not all : a mathematician by training as
well as a chess enthusiast and a bit of a globetrotter, KPC Exall uses
satire to describe the state of English football today.
Football Satires Trilogy
KPC Exall's football trilogy comprises "Football Mad!" , "Football Wild!" and "Football Rage!". Written as satirical plays, the books track the adventures of modern professional football in England with wit and pace.
KPC Exall wrote his Football Satires
Trilogy as an antidote to existing conformist football literature, challenging the status quo
and raising issues that are deliberately - or not - ignored by the
These plays about English
professional football give life to the stereotypical characters
football fans read about every day - managers, TV pundits, players, agents, club
owners, governing bodies - from the fawning media, in all their formats.
KPC Exall has created different tribes of characters to express the various viewpoints of
the multi faceted world of football.This range of protagonists - who in their
own way - represent a frustrated fan base "grumpy Old Men" style, revenue
driven networks, money hungry players, managers and agents and power
The first book, "Football Mad!", is all about the fallout after England failed to qualify for the Euro
2008 championship. Everyone involved was called to account in a "Hutton
style Inquiry" and blame was all around.
The second book, "Football Wild!", follows on, inspired by the credit crunch, debt pressures
affecting all and sundry, a new breed of investors in sport and -
crucially the advent of the World Cup in South Africa.
"Football Rage!" completes the Football Satires Trilogy and is set after an abysmal 2010 World Cup - England's worst ever - in an atmosphere of protest and action by the proletariat to recapture their lost dreams.
Described by KPC Exall as a cross between Yes
Minister,The Thick of It and Bodies, these satirical plays track the
adventures of modern professional football in
England and expose the "farcical world of money, power and sport".
Who Killed English Football?
Earlier work includes the first and second editions of "Who Killed English Football? : An Analysis of the State of English Football". Please see Other Football Books for more details.
All books are available to order from Authorhouse's Bookstore and well known online booksellers such as Amazon, Book Depository, Foyles, Waterstones, Barnes & Noble, etc. You can also check online booksellers worldwide on www.bookbutler.com
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