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What it's like to travel the world, covering the biggest stories in sports, for a quarter of a century From Sydney to Rome to Tirana to Tokyo, this memoir reveals what it’s really like to be an international writer on the road. As a columnist with the Daily Express and chief sports writer with the Press Association, Frank Malley has amassed a wealth of poignant and humorous What it's like to travel the world, covering the biggest stories in sports, for a quarter of a century From Sydney to Rome to Tirana to Tokyo, this memoir reveals what it’s really like to be an international writer on the road. As a columnist with the Daily Express and chief sports writer with the Press Association, Frank Malley has amassed a wealth of poignant and humorous anecdotes while reporting on World Cups, Ryder Cups, tennis Grand Slams, and Ashes Test matches. Along the way he has sailed with Ben Ainslie, kicked with Jonny Wilkinson, and faced Greg Rusedski's 149 mph serve. His memoir, full of wry observations, contains unique glimpses into the grandeur of George Bes's funeral inside Stormont Castle, the up-close brutality of Mike Tyson, the heady emotion of the London Olympics, and Wigan Athletic's historic FA Cup victory.


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What it's like to travel the world, covering the biggest stories in sports, for a quarter of a century From Sydney to Rome to Tirana to Tokyo, this memoir reveals what it’s really like to be an international writer on the road. As a columnist with the Daily Express and chief sports writer with the Press Association, Frank Malley has amassed a wealth of poignant and humorous What it's like to travel the world, covering the biggest stories in sports, for a quarter of a century From Sydney to Rome to Tirana to Tokyo, this memoir reveals what it’s really like to be an international writer on the road. As a columnist with the Daily Express and chief sports writer with the Press Association, Frank Malley has amassed a wealth of poignant and humorous anecdotes while reporting on World Cups, Ryder Cups, tennis Grand Slams, and Ashes Test matches. Along the way he has sailed with Ben Ainslie, kicked with Jonny Wilkinson, and faced Greg Rusedski's 149 mph serve. His memoir, full of wry observations, contains unique glimpses into the grandeur of George Bes's funeral inside Stormont Castle, the up-close brutality of Mike Tyson, the heady emotion of the London Olympics, and Wigan Athletic's historic FA Cup victory.

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