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A Boy from Bolton: My Story

Amir Khan

Amir’s autobiography tells the story of a boy who Don King has compared to Sugar Ray Robinson, but who still lives at his mum and dad’s semi-detached in Bolton with his sister and two kid brothers. A boy who fasts in the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, even when he has a major fight the next day, and can sometimes be spotted helping out on the till at Moods Fast Food, his uncle and auntie’s curry house in Bolton, if they’re having a busy night Ghostwritten by Kevin Garside, sports reporter for the "Telegraph" and the "Mirror".

Genre
BiographySport
Publishing Details:
Bloomsbury, 2006
ISBN:
0747587604

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