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Book signing by Posh past & present stars


Current Peterborough United stars, captain Grant McCann and #EverydayImTackling defender Gabriel Zakuani, will be at Waterstones in Bridge Street on Thursday [8th December, 2011].

The duo will be joined by past Posh stars David Farrell, Tommy Robson, Marcus Ebdon, Noel Luke, John Cozens, and Jack Carmichael.





They will be at the bookstore to sign copies of 'Ebdon To Charlery - The Legends of London Road' between 5:30pm and 6pm.

The book features fans-eye views on players from the 1950s right through to the present day. The book took well over a year to produce once the idea first came up and contains over 180 pages highlighting what a great club Posh are. The foreward is written by the Posh Chairman Darragh MacAnthony.

Zakuani and McCann are both featured in the book, as are former Posh stars including Marcus Ebdon, Tommy Robson, David Farrell and many others.

The book retails at 9.99 with a percentage from the sale of each book being donated to The Posh Foundation.

You can also purchase the book from the following:

- The Posh Club Shop
- Online at www.standingontheglebe.co.uk.

Image courtesy of www.theposh.com.



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Date:Tuesday December 6 2011

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