Heart of a Hooligan

Heart of a Hooligan Through the pen of journalist Muthena Paul Alkazraji David Jeal reveals but no longer revels in the inner workings of the mind of a thug but also one whom Jesus had chosen to meet and befriend

  • Title: Heart of a Hooligan
  • Author: Paul Alkazraji
  • ISBN: 9781897913529
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Paperback
  • Through the pen of journalist Muthena Paul Alkazraji, David Jeal reveals but no longer revels in the inner workings of the mind of a thug but also one whom Jesus had chosen to meet and befriend.

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    1 thought on “Heart of a Hooligan”

    1. I got this book from the giveaway. Thank you, Paul and Dave. This book tells of a Hooligan into 'Holy' gan. Overall, this book is not bad. I was a bit sleepy when I read it. I do not know, maybe, I think, a bit boring, cliche. But I think this book is good enough for the world that have started this mess. And, I almost Shedding tears when Dave began going to church. Hate at the beginning of the chapter because violence is everywhere.*Sorry my bad english*

    2. The subject of this book was a football hooligan, and now he's the chaplain to the Bristol Rovers football club. It doesn't tell you that bit in the book, but I googled his name.Reading accounts of the transformation that people experience when they find faith in Christ never tires. This is an encouraging and inspiring read, especially for anyone involved in violence and who wants to change.

    3. They said 'I never was a football supporter. Nor, so far as I know, has anyone called me a hooligan. Yet the exciting start of this book quickly drew me into the world of David Jeal, ‘football hooligan’. Having got to know him, I wanted to find out what would be the result of his attack of conscience and his timely brush with Christianity. Paul Alkazraji has a brisk no-nonsense style, and efficiently sketches Dave’s difficult past. At times this is a painful section to read but it helps th [...]

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