Michael Grant moved to Glasgow in 1999 to become the chief football writer of the Sunday Herald. He held that role until 2009 before making the internal move to chief football writer of The Herald. He is a regular contributor for BBC Scotland, making appearances as a guest or host on a number of Radio Scotland football shows and also making frequent television appearances on the live “Afternoon Sportscene” results show.
Books by Michael Grant
Fergie Rises: The Formative Years of Britain’s Greatest Manager
Alex Ferguson was not the greatest manager football has ever seen when he turned up in Aberdeen one June morning in 1978. In fact he really wasn’t anything special at all. Fergie Rises is the story of a period that began when Ferguson was lucky to get Aberdeen, not the other way around. It is the story of an eight-year revolution in which he outgrew that club up in the northeast of Scotland … and left them devastated by his departure. The drama, setbacks, personality clashes, frustrations, heartache and – above all – astonishing success Ferguson experienced between 1978 and 1986 turned him from merely another young manager (one who had just been sacked by St Mirren) to someone capable of taking on – and eventually transforming – Manchester United.
World Rights: Aurum Press
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