Author: Jeremy Goss, with Edward Couzens-Lake
The memoirs of a fondly remembered Canaries player, expertly ghosted by Ed Couzens-Lake. For the fans amongst you, the authors will be appearing at a launch event in Jarrolds on Saturday 16th August. From the publisher's blurb:
This is the autobiography of the famous ex-Canary and Wales international, Jeremy Goss. Gossy is, of course, famous for his goals and games during some of Norwich City's most successful seasons, including their time in Europe. Goss played in the midfield, and was known for scoring spectacularly but not often, including the famous goal he scored at Bayern Munich's Olympic Stadium. It was, of course, the highlight in his career, but his was hardly a sudden rise to fame: he had been at the club for a decade prior to that game, setting an unofficial record for the highest number of reserve games played. Hard and difficult times either side of his 'fifteen minutes of fame' make a compelling football and life story, one which will be a cut above the standard football biography. He has played for Norwich City, Hearts, Colchester United and King's Lynn, as well as internationally for Wales.