The Nowhere Men

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'A teenage boy plays football in a suburban park. His name is Raheem Sterling. The call is made: "Get down here quick. This is something special". Another boy is 8, going on 28. His name is Jack Wilshere. The referee, an Arsenal scout, spirits him away from Luton Town. A young goalkeeper struggles on loan at Cheltenham Town in League Two. His name is Jack Butland. Within months he will be playing for England.'

Scouts are often the forgotten men of English football, but their work is vital to any and all clubs. Mike Calvin's new book 'Nowhere Men' looks at this fascinating footballing underworld, with tales of how Spurs missed out on Joe Hart, Chelsea and Arsenal didn't get Jack Butland and why Damien Comolli was sacked at Liverpool.

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