Cantona Competition – ‘The Rebel Who Would Be King’ by Philippe Auclair

https://i1.wp.com/www3.waterstones.com/wat/images/special/3d/m/9780230706347.jpgPanMacmillan.com are to give one lucky person the chance to win the prize of a lifetime, a Manchester United home shirt signed by Eric Cantona! The luck doesn’t stop there, though. The winner will also receive a copy of the book signed by the author, Philippe Auclair. Five runners up will also receive a signed copy of the book.

All you have to do is answer a very simple question, where does Cantona come from? Click here and you may have a chance to win the great prize. This is only open for UK residents. You can listen to a podcast from the author Philippe Auclair, here.

Below is an extract from the book:

Football, and art. Eric Cantona – legend, maverick, troubled artist or just plain trouble – never saw a need to make a distinction between the two. For all the heat and noise surrounding his infamous Crystal Palace ‘kung-fu kick’, it is for the sheer exuberant beauty of his play that Eric Cantona is chiefly remembered by English football fans. At Leeds United he transformed the team into title contenders, but became a true talisman at Manchester United, where to this day fans sing of ‘King Eric’. And yet the effortless style of Cantona’s play could not hide a darker side to his temperament. In his own words, ‘I play with passion and fire. I have to accept that sometimes, this fire does harm.’

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One response to “Cantona Competition – ‘The Rebel Who Would Be King’ by Philippe Auclair”

  1. Rite$h says :

    The only King United ever had, and may be for many more years to come, unless he is toppled by Rooney or someone else in the squad

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