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Manchester Buccaneers: The Diary of a Manchester United Fan, aged 12, from Tampa Bay

Adrian Sherling

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Prose: non-fiction, Sports & outdoor recreation

A hilarious diary of a young American soccer fan, who supports Malcolm Glazer's new Manchester Buccaneers.

'My name is Roswell P. Shambling. I'm a 12-year-old Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan. I saw Malcolm Glazer bought EPL soccer side Manchester and they are now my favourite franchise. Manchester rules, man!'

Roswell is an American youngster who likes Malcolm Glazer and has decided to support Manchester United (or Manchester as he calls them). From his home in Tampa, he follows all the latest developments of his new team, commenting on what he believes Sir Ferguson should do, worrying about Ferdinand Rio getting into a bar brawl in the northern English town of Sweden (and why would he be there when Manchester is in the south ), sadly watching his beloved Roy Keano leave and questioning why he never played for England, delighting in watching Manchester take on the Russian side London Chelseas and seeing the Roonaldo brothers succeed...

Roswell attempts to spread the word about Manchester and their successes and failures against teams such as Tott Nam, made up predominantly of young Vietnamese players, through his website, but unfortunately his thoughts are now always well received, with hilarious consequences...

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Adrian Sherling

Adrian Sherling worked for Sky Sports for six years. His main job was ghost-writing columns for the pundits, which has been invaluable experience for writing from the point of view of a 12-year-old.

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