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Otball When Paul ualifies as a barrister a career in Law beckons Instead a craving to prove himself in the game draws him back to St James' Park as part of Shearer's management triumvirate with unfortunate conseuences Written with brutal candour dark humour and consummate style The Boy on the Shed is a riveting and moving account of a life less ordinarySports Book Awards Autobiography of the Year Shortlisted for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award The Sunday Times Sports Book of the Year The Times Sports Book of the Year Telegraph Football Book of the Year 'Ferris's wonderful memoir represents a twin triumph He has endured every kind of setback in life but has invariably reinvented himself; and his writing is a pure pleasure' The Sunday Times 'Enough depth and humanity to make your average football autobiography look like a Ladybird book' Telegraph 'A masterpiece of the genre' Brian McNally 'Football memoirs rarely produce great literature but Ferris's The Boy on the Shed is a glistening exception' Guardian 'Fascinating and stylishly told' David Walsh The Sunday Times The Boy on the Shed is a story of love and fate At Paul Ferris becomes Newcastle United's youngest ever first teamer Like many a tricky winger from Northern Ireland he is hailed as 'the new George Best' As a player and later a physio and member of the Magpies' managerial team Paul's career acuaints him not only with Kevin Keegan Kenny Dalglish and Bobby Robson Ruud Gullit Paul Gascoigne and Alan Shearer but also with injury insecurity and disappointment Yet this autobiography isthan a tale of the vagaries of sporting fortune It begins during 'The Troubles' in a working class Catholic family in the Protestant town of Lisburn near Belfast After a childhood scarred by his mother's illness and sectarian hatred Paul meets the love of his life his future wife Geraldine Talented and carefree on the pitch shy and anxious off it he earns a tilt at stardom His first spell at Newcastle turns sour as does his return as a physio although obtaining a Masters degree shows him what he could achieve away from football When Paul ualifies as a barrister a career in Law beckons Instead a craving to prove himself in the game draws him back to St James' Park as part of Shearer's management t.

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