Brian Laws had a distinguished playing career with, among others, Burnley and Nottingham Forest. He played for many years under the legendary manager Brian Clough and recounts tales of working with Cloughie during this detailed, frank interview.
Brian has released his autobiography called ‘Laws of the Jungle’ in which he tells the truth about the infamous dressing room incident when he thumped an Italian playing for him at Grimsby Town. Legend has it that sandwiches, cups and saucers were involved – but Brian puts that myth to bed.
Today Brian manages Scunthorpe Utd today and has also managed Sheffield Wednesday, Burnley and Shamrock Rovers. He talks about radio phone ins, about how lazy Stan Collymore was as a player, about managing on small budgets and about how his wife insisted he take one particular managerial job. After all, she supported the club.
It is a refreshingly honest interview about the life and times of a player and manager who has rarely been out of work.[display-posts tag=”Football” posts_per_page=”5″] Susbcribe to my YouTube channel