Danny Boy: My Autobiography

Danny Boy: My Autobiography

by Danny Wallace (Author)

Synopsis

For ten years Danny Wallace has been coping with the despair and acute frustration that comes after being diagnosed with an incurable illness. The former Southampton, Manchester United and England winger, stricken by multiple sclerosis, has days when he can hardly move or talk. As a player, Wallace was famous for his blistering speed. Now, walking with his sticks for just a few hundred yards will often exhaust him. And yet here is a man who intends to complete the gruelling London Marathon, however long it takes him. Danny Boy is by turns harrowing and inspirational, both a wonderfully life-enhancing story of courage in the face of adversity.

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Format: Hardcover
Pages: 256
Publisher: Highdown
Published: 18 Apr 2006

ISBN 10: 1905156200
ISBN 13: 9781905156207

Author Bio
In 1980, Danny Wallace became the youngest player to ever represent Southampton, aged 16 years and 313 days. Several years later Alex Ferguson took him to Manchester United in a GBP 1.2 million transfer. In January 1995, he received the devastating news that he was suffering with multiple sclerosis.