FOOTBALLERS have been asked to name their favourite books in the hope more kids will be inspir

ed to read. The most high-profile contributor to the Premier League Reading Stars scheme is David James, who went for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time.

(Although I dont know why he didnt choose Catch-22 in honour of how many times his hands have managed to hold a ball these past 20 years.) The following people havent joined in, but if they did, Im guessing these would be the a2020管家婆彩图大全145 nswers:

Sam Allardyce: Mi

ddlemarch (because thats when Boltons season always falls away); Steve Gerrard: Persuasion (thats what he needs every summer to stay at Anfield); and James Beattie: 1984 (thats the last year he looked like scoring). Peter Crouch: Wuthering Heights; Robbie Savage: Animal Farm (where he belongs) and Dio

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blin: Moby Dick (dont ask). Shaun Wright-Phillips: The Invisible

Man; Gareth Southgate: Far From The Madding Crowd (to remind him what The Riverside is like during midwee

k cup ties); Jose Mourinho: The Bible (to show him what its really like to get crucified for calling yourself The Special One); and every foreigner playing in our leagues: Treasure Island (well thats how they look at Britain isnt it?).