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"As survivor's tales go, this is brutalist epic...McGrath's narrative has a stark honesty." (Sean O'Hagan The Observer Sport Monthly)
"Continuing the trend of brutal honesty which was popularised by Paul Gascoigne's autobiography, McGrath's book is difficult to read for anyone with an ounce of human kindness, especially those who marvelled at his ability from the Old Trafford terraces... Beautifully written." (Manchester Evening News)
"Laceratingly honest...remarkably unflinching" (Mail on Sunday)
"A startling, harrowing read... far removed from the churn-em-out footballing autobiographies...This is an uncompromising tale, wonderfully told, about one of our most talented and disturbed sporting heroes." (Hugh Farrelly Irish Independent)
"Heartbreaking...poingnant" (Robert Philip Daily Telegraph) --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
The autobiography of the greatest defender of the 1980s and 90s --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.See all Product Description
Unbelieve stuff, grew up watching him and didn't realise the trauma he was going through off the pitchPublished 22 days ago by James Moxham
Written in 2006. I just hope he's well now. What a life he's had. Ups football wise, downs aplenty in his personal life.Published 3 months ago by martin penny
A dark and harrowing read but funny at times.A true insight into one of Ireland's true great sports heros!A must read for a sports lover!Published 3 months ago by Andrew Meehan