Surviving football's money business

316 LawsFor a manager who has spent over a decade employed by Scunthorpe United in three spells, it's disappointing to find only 19 pages in Brian Laws's autobiography about his time at Glanford Park. He's led the club to a couple of promotions and a couple of relegations, so it's not as if there is a dearth of interesting history between them, despite the balance sheet currently reading roughly "nil". Read more

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