Autobiography by ‘The Voice of Midlands’ Sport’, Tom Ross

Autobiography by ‘The Voice of Midlands’ Sport’, Tom Ross
The Voice of Midlands Sport, Tom Ross, has hit the book shelves with his autobiography The Game’s Gone.
The popular Brummie broadcaster hung up his mic this summer after 35 years in the industry covering the ups and downs of the West Midlands’ football clubs.
Now Tom’s book charters his rise from the poverty-stricken backstreets of Birmingham to leading sports coverage on the airwaves.
Tom is also a close friend of Gala Events having hosted a whole range of functions in the Second City over the years.
Gala Events’ director Alan George, who has worked closely with Tom for the past eight years, was honoured to supply one of the forewords to the book.
Alan said: “Anybody who has listened to radio commentary in the midlands area will know who Tom Ross is. His passion, enthusiasm and knowledge of the game always made his commentary thoroughly entertaining and insightful.
“Tom has also played a big part in helping to bring our Birmingham events to life as our MC in recent years and we will continue to work with him.
“Everybody at Gala Events would like to wish Tom all the best with his book, The Game’s Gone.”
The Game’s Gone is now available to purchase from Amazon and all good books shops with profits going to Help Harry, Help Others.