This is the perfect book for anyone who loves AFL Football and who remembers the Dyerisms with which Jack Dyer mangled the English language.
The late AFL legend Jack Dyer will go down in Australian sport history books as one of the most charismatic and influential sportsmen the media has ever seen. Renowned for his unique interpretations of every aspect of life, Jack quickly became one of the most quoted commentators ever, with his own innovative language that was called Dyerisms. Joe St. John has brought back the man and the legend with his fantastic quote book Dont Be Where The Ball Aint. Joes hilarious narration fully explains the context and knockout punch lines of Dyers memorable one-liners such as: "I won't say anything in case I say something""; ""that's the beauty of being small your hands are close to your feet