Writer: Site Staff
Date:Monday April 6 2009
Vital Football Competition - Win one of ten copies of Jeff Stelling's new book.
What is it about Sky Sport`s Soccer Saturday - a six-hour long, studio-based show with no live action pictures - that can hold so many football fans enthralled every Saturday afternoon of the season? Now Jeff Stelling the show`s legendary anchorman reveals all in his deliciously chaotic, hugely entertaining, anecdote-ridden and humorous book about life in front of the videprinter.
In Jelleyman`s Thrown a Wobbly, Jeff Stelling celebrates the finest one-liners (James Brown's grabbed a second for Hartlepool. I feel good!), tells the secrets of his encyclopaedic knowledge of the game, and shares his thoughts on the show`s illustrious pundits over the years - including George Best, Rodney Marsh, Chris Kamara, Charlie Nicholas and Matt Le Tissier.
Jelleyman`s Thrown a Wobbly is out this April in hardback - order a copy at Amazon.co.uk.
For an exclusive chance TO WIN one of 10 copies via Vital Football, just answer this simple question:
Which league one side does Jeff famously support?
A great hint is available here along with an exclusive interview with the man himself! ****Click Here****
Send your answers PLUS a) username b) full name c) address including post code (to send book to prize winners) d) £1000 to the Vital directors... (nb, d is optional...!) to email@example.com SUBJECT should read: Jeff Stelling Comp
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The winners will be drawn at random, failure to complete the instructions above will lead to disqualification. Details, name and address etc are not stored anywhere after the closing date of the competition and are not passed on to any other company (apart from the winners details for the prizes to be posted out). The judges decision is final, no correspondence will be entered into. The competition closes April 30 2009 at midnight. Winners will be informed within one week of closing. Failure to reply to the notification within 21 days will lead to forfeit of the prize and the prize will go to the next randomly drawn entrant. Sorry, UK entries only
Date:Monday April 6 2009
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