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Football managers: camel coat optional

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“In the early 1990s, football entered a new era. A media-led, lad-culture-infused revival was in train. Football was, cautiously, on its way to becoming a mainstream pursuit, a lifestyle choice in an era of aggressively marketed leisure. The manager was part of the wider scene now. There was no need for him to seek fame. It came looking for him. And in the process some peculiar things started to happen.” (Guardian)

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