A gripping rollercoaster ride through the nature of obsession and the unregarded lives of football failures (Daily Mail
A unique idea: an unhinged obsessive failure from Manchester United's Class of 92 blames Giggs for his demise and plots vengeance (Four Four Two
A complex and moving portrayal of obsession, football and heroes with feet of clay (Will Self
Drawing on an impressive fund of United trivia, Glass views a great team from the perspective of the (fictional) runt of the litter (Guardian
A critical sensation released in mass market paperback to coincide with the retirement of Ryan Giggs at the end of this football season
About the Author
Rodge Glass was born in 1978 and lives in Manchester where he is part of a large United-supporting family.
He had published two previous novels, Fireworks
and Hope for Newborns,
as well as the acclaimed Alasdair Gray: A Secretary's Biography
for which he won the Somerset Maugham Award.