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Cass by Cass Pennant
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Return to Book Page. Preview — Cass by Cass Pennant. Cass by Cass Pennant Goodreads Author. Cass Pennant is a man who lets his fists do the talking. One of the hardest men in Britain, he lives his life on the edge of the law, giving respect where respect is due and dishing out terrible retribution upon anyone who dares to cross him.
In this stunning autobiography he tells the amazing stories of how he once saved the life of World Boxing Champion Frank Bruno when Cass Pennant is a man who lets his fists do the talking.
In this stunning autobiography he tells the amazing stories of how he once saved the life of World Boxing Champion Frank Bruno when skinheads were attacking him with knives; and how he was shot three times in the chest in a South London nightclub but still kept on fighting.
A true legend in his own lifetime.
Paperbackpages. Published May 1st by John Blake first published January 1st To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Cassplease sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This autobiography does touch heavily on that part of his life, however; it is so much more than a memoir of brawls within the football stands, scraps in pubs and details of figh “All four had blades but I didn’t care – I was going to rip them apart with my bare hands!
Note to American friends.
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Football in this review relates to what you refer to as soccer and “The Hammers” is West Ham’s nickname. The book talks cejica lot about the state of racial affairs in Britain within the 70’s,80’s and 90’s cekkica this narrative is set. Cass Pennant his birth name was Carol but he soon changed that!
Negro children were unheard of in this age and Cass found his school days initially distressing until he understood “stick and stones could break his bones but words could cejica hurt him. Due to his “no fuck’s given” attitude to fighting, the fact that he knew how to use his two fists admirably and that he was a giant for his age; he ran quickly through the ranks of the ICF to become one of the most known football hooligans in Britain.
He frequently talks about his experiences in the fights and also the relationships with other firms. West Ham and Millwall fans don’t get on would you know? He then spends time in jail for his antics.
He was the first football hooligan to be imprisoned as the government were tackling down on this cancer of the terraces and suffered 3 years in jail. That was not his only visit to Wormwood Scrubs Prison. A standout prison scene was him fighting in prison with crazed roommate Zulu who referred to him as being a “choc-ice” – a white man in a black man’s body.
Cass reflects that on the streets all people noted was that he was a 6’4″ cekifa man and they couldn’t ispoe passed that however; in jail, he wasn’t black enough to be fully respected by this specific prison race group.
The book also follows his time doing legitimate jobs as a taxi firm owner, a painter and decorator and also as a bouncer on the doors of the roughest clubs in London such as Kisses nightclub. These tales on the doors are just as harrowing as anything that happened on the road as a football hooligan when they actively went out for the adrenalin kick on a Saturday afternoon.
The incidents whilst working the doors includes him being shot three times by a young nobody who was drugged off his face. He offered his security skills when they were requested to celebrities including members of the Labour Party and he also built up a long lasting relationship with former heavyweight boxing champion Frank Bruno after Cass saved his life in a train station.
Furthermore; he helped authors and screenwriters create Football Violence based projects, an example being one in which Gary Oldman asked Cass for advice on how to play his role as a hooligan convincingly. Arguably the most notable and the most touching part of this book is his loyalty to his friends and his relationship with his family. After he gets shot he decides the life of the doors and the football violence are no longer suited to him.
He could look for revenge but with his wife and children he analyses he now has too much to loose. He also goes on to find his birth mother and father which are some very nice and highly emotionally charged scenes. This book comes across as being very true and legitimate and is polluted with London slang such as: Cass Pennant is a very intelligent individual and this book is written in stunning fashion. Cass is a very competent writer himself as can be clearly seen.
I recommend this book highly if you are into autobiographies that discuss violence, prison, and racial discrimination. You should also check out the film which supports the same name. F – West Ham United. View all 4 comments. May 21, Gordon rated it it was amazing. True life story of one of west hams hooligan topboys of the icf.
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