Jan Tomaszewski

First Edition Preview 5/5 – Jan Tomaszewski

Jan Tomaszewski interview – An extract from the first edition of Just Look At His Face: The World Cup – available now. “The best was Beckenbauer, but so was Cruyff. He was their magician. He was their leader and a brilliant technical player. He was so much better than the rest of his side but he dictated their play. But we had Kazimierz Deyna who was our great – the difference is that he was unknown. He was our conductor, we played to his tune.”

Ray Wilson England 1962

First Edition Preview 4/5 – Ray Wilson

Ray Wilson interview – An extract from the first edition of Just Look At His Face: The World Cup – available now. “To go there and not play in 1962 must have been terrible because the place was awful, there was nothing to do. The highlight was to go the cinema at night to watch a French film with Spanish subtitles! So if you were just training and not looking forward to playing it must have been terrible. And there was nothing financial about it. If you were a reserve – there were only two reserves – you got £30 but if you didn’t play, you got nothing! The only financial thing they got was £2 a day expenses. They must have had an awful month, because even if you were playing it was agony!”

Clive Thomas Referee

First Edition Preview 2/5 – Clive Thomas

Just Look At His Face – Edition 01 Preview – The World Cup: Clive Thomas interview. An extract from the first edition of Just Look At His Face. “…I did the Poland versus Argentina game. It was the first time a British official had been in charge of Argentina since Alf Ramsey called the Argentinians “animals.” So why is Clive Thomas, a young referee in his first World Cup game, doing Argentina? That’s what they all asked!”

Craig Brown

First Edition Preview 1/5 – Craig Brown

Just Look At His Face – Edition 01 Preview – The World Cup: 1998 – Craig Brown interview. An extract from the first edition of Just Look At His Face. “… From all of the reports that we heard, the Tartan Army loved going to Tallinn because there were plenty of attractions there shall we say! Drink was only one of them!”