THE noise of studs clacking on concrete is mixed with a chorus of youthful voices clamouring to give the definitive version of a training session.
The sun beams on Murray Park and Jimmy Sinclair sits in a modern office reflecting on a bright shining lie. He is open, garrulous and apparently breezy but declares softly that he is "vexed". He has been struck by the curse of accepted truth.
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