Overview:In the Shadow of a Giant: The Autobiography of Arsenal and Wales Legend Mel Charles - But then came Wales' one and only appearance at the World Cup finals at Sweden in 1958 - and a quarter-final tussle with Pele and Brazil. Mel Charles was voted the best centre-half of the tournament, and a record-breaking transfer to Arsenal followed. Mel found himself enjoying the London high life alongside film stars and singers. Injuries would blight his Highbury career, before he found happier times with Cardiff and the Welsh League. He went on to win 31 caps for Wales, including trips to Mexico and Brazil, and scored all four goals in one memorable international game.Always the joker, and the more outgoing of the Charles brothers, larger than life Mel embarked on some hair-brained but hilarious business ventures after his football career ended, before watching son Jeremy become a Welsh international and letting his pub team play in Pele's prized shirt in Sunday league matches. Now 74, but still celebrated by Welsh football fans as one of the heroes of 1958, 'Charlo' tells his own uplifting story for the first time.
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