was the first ever sports columnist at the Sunday Times and is the author of numerous novels. His sports books include The Story of the World Cup (Faber) and England Managers (Headline).
Chronicle of a massacre
Sent to Mexico City in 1968 to cover the Olympics, sports journalist Brian Glanville instead found himself reporting on the anti-government demonstrations at the Plaza de las Tres Culturas. He recalls how, despite the ensuing massacre, indifference reigned at the Olympic Village. [more]