Life as a Chelsea Headhunter: It’s Only a Game result the unwitting participant in the trick, avid Chelsea supporter Jason Marriner, is charged with conspiracy. Life as a Chelsea Headhunter: It’s Only a Game – Jason Marriner. Amazon Link. Synopsis. Optical illusions are the stuff of magic – harmless. Jason Marriner. Books By Jason Marriner. Most Popular Books. Life as a Chelsea Life as a Chelsea Headhunter: It’s Only a Game. Jason Marriner. from: N/A.
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Fortunately, he had also developed the strength of character needed to survive in prison with humour, dignity and determination, and he shares his insights of life behind bars as he tried to work with the system, despite the knock-backs, in order to make it work for marrinrr in return. Jason is a London-born family man who has had a lifelong passion for football, both watching the sport as an ardent Chelsea FC supporter, and also playing the game on a regular basis.
Jasoj of current news and events can be found on his website at http: In the s it was accepted that violence was a fact of the beautiful game, for many it was a way of life. I joined what I regarded as a sleeping giant, the season was a roller coaster ride for the club, both on and off the pitch, while the jasoon battled it out on the pitch with the likes of Newcastle United, Manchester City and Sheffield Wednesday at marrienr top of the Second Division, certain sections of the Chelsea fans were having their own battles before, during and after games.
During the course of the first seasons most of the players got to know some of the marrier. Football violence is generally now regarded as a thing of the past.
I got to know Jason during my stay at the club, while not condoning all of his or other members of this group firmhe has become a friend and this book accounts his battles with his life then, and with the authorities, following arrest for being part of the headhunters. Honest, open and mason Jason Marriner was stitched up like a kipper by the BBC and we were all sucked in.
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In a cluttered market of hooligan books, this one stands above the rest as a fitting retort to fabricated journalism dressed up as ‘entertainment’. There are two sides to every story and Marriner has penned a mesmerising account that should become a must-have read that extends way beyond the football genre. David Williams, Author of ‘Desert England’.
Jason is marrlner close trusted friend and a solid, staunch, loyal man. What happened to him was disgraceful. This book needs to be read to be believed, the strokes that were pulled were more criminal than any criminal would do!
It was a conspiracy all right, but Jason was the victim not the perpetrator. A fascinating insight into the lengths the authorities will go to to bring down someone they dislike.
A lesson to mmarriner all. Norman Parker, Author of ‘Parkhurst Tales: At last, the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
Martin King, Author of ‘Naughty Nineties’. An interesting account that dispells the illusions and misconceptions of football hooliganism and exposes the real corruption! A brilliant book by Jason, this man doesn’t bend or break for anyone. You are either with him or you are not. If you are not, well then piss off This man takes no crap. An excellent read by a man who has suffered the adversities of a system riddled with corruption.
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Jason Marriner clearly shows his injustice needs to be settled, this is unfinished business His dignity belongs to the conquered, individual faith in freedom can keep us free. A top read by a top man.
Marriner’s book starts well before building momentum to become a compelling, convincing and comical account of his perceived injustice. In the convicted hooligan’s view it should have been Donal MacIntyre in the dock, not him.
When you reach the end, the reader will more than half suspect he’s right. The competition was run on ‘The Liz Mullen Show’.
Details of Publication – Apex Publishing Ltd.
Colchester Garrison FM. Jason Marriner was interviewed on Express Jason answered questions about his book ‘Life as a Chelsea Headhunter’.
He was interviewed on ‘The Darren Gamblen Show’. Jason Marriner was interviewed on Leith He was interviewed on ‘The Graeme Logan Show’. Life as a Chelsea Headhunter: It’s Only a Game Author: Jason Marriner Foreword by: True Crime Brief Description: This book is also available as an ebook. Purchase from Waterstone’s or check stock at a branch near you: Purchase from WH Smith: Purchase from Powell’s Books: Apex Publishing Ltd, 12A St.
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