A traditional modernist

Edward Nally has two treasured paintings hanging in his office on Chancery Lane. One is of a floodlit Burnden Park, once the decaying home of his beloved Bolton Wanderers. Next to it is a picture of the club’s modern ground at the Reebok Stadium. ‘I can even point out where ...

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