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About the Author
Oscar-nominated actor LIAM NEESON started boxing at the age of nine, taught by the local parish priests in his hometown of Ballymena, Ireland. In his teens, he held the title of Youth Heavyweight Champion of Ireland for three consecutive years. A lifelong fan, Neeson still works out with his punching bag four or five times a week.
Stephen Rea is a freelance writer who has been watching the World Cup for four decades. He is originally from Belfast, Northern Ireland but has lived in New Orleans, Louisiana since 2004. A former national newspaper journalist in the UK, he penned the critically-acclaimed memoir Finn McCool's Football Club and writes a weekly column for the official website of the English Premier League club Chelsea.
Neil Jordan is an award-winning Irish film director, screenwriter, and novelist. His first book, Night in Tunisia, won the Somerset Maugham Award and the Guardian Fiction Prize. He is the winner of an Academy Award, the Rooney Prize for Irish Literature, the Irish PEN Award, a BAFTA, and the Kerry Group Irish Fiction Award. Jordan's films include Interview with the Vampire, Angel, the Academy Award-winning The Crying Game, Michael Collins (starring Liam Neeson), The End of the Affair (starring Ralph Fiennes and Julianne Moore), and The Butcher Boy. Neil lives in Dublin.