What else would Villa's autobiography be but an entertaining mazy run through his career? From his humble farm roots to induction into Spurs and FA Cup folklore, this is a fascinating insight into the the trials of a world cup winner trying to settle in 1980s England. 4/5 Stars --FourFourTwo Magazine, December 1, 2010
Where And Still Ricky Villa is at its best is when it goes off-piste and deals with the man behind the trademark beard and flowing locks; he is so much more than the man who was responsible for what was voted the greatest goal scored at the old Wembley Stadium. --BackPass Magazine, December 1, 2010
About the Author
Ricky Villa was born and raised in rural Argentina and he was a member of the team that won the 1978 World Cup. His subsequent transfer to Tottenham Hotspur, with his friend Ossie Ardiles, was headline news and he became a terrace hit as part of the glamorous Spurs team that cemented their place in Division 1 and went on to win cup glory. On leaving Tottenham he went on to play in the USA and Colombia before returning to Argentina. He now resides near Buenos Aires, where he manages a ranch, but is a frequent visitor to the UK.