Adam Crafton

Adam Crafton began his journalistic career before he went to Cambridge University to study modern and medieval languages. A writer for the Daily Mail, he has twice been shortlisted for the SJA Young Sportswriter of the Year Award. He lives in Manchester.

Books by this Author

Timed to coincide with the 2018 World Cup, the fascinating story of how the Spanish have transformed English soccer over the last eighty years.

As American television spectators witness on Saturday mornings, Britain’s Premier soccer league is increasingly dominated by Spanish stars, from David Silva to David De Gea, while managers such as Rafa Benitez and Pep Guardiola have helped to transform the way English soccer is played. But the origins of this particular Spanish invasion date back...