It is no exaggeration to say that Harry Curtis was, without doubt, the greatest manager in the history of Brentford Football Club. Managing the club for 23 years, he led the team from the third tier to the pinnacle of English football, as well as a Wembley Final in 1942.
During Brentford’s golden pre-War era, the Bees were one of the most highly respected clubs in the land, and this new book is a tribute – it not only looks at the achievements of the man through fascinating press reports and iconic photographs from the time – but also tells the remarkable story of life at Griffin Park using his own, serialised, diary.
This limited edition hardback book features hundreds of amazing photographs, illustrations and stories, as well as personal recollections from the heroes of the era.
Buying this book in advance of publication (before the end of October) means you can have your name, or that of another Brentford fan, printed in the dedications section – one name per book purchased.
If you want a different name printed to that of the purchaser, simply e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org after you have purchased online and let us know what name you want printed instead.
Extra dedications can be purchased at £10 per name, with a maximum of three names per purchase. This will be arranged after buying your book, simply e-mail the extra name details to email@example.com.