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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 3 November 2011
I have read pretty much every football bio out there, many are dull if we are honest... Really enjoyed this and he talks with honesty about team mates and opponents... And it is very clear that he enjoyed smashing rangers 6-2....very clear....
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on 8 March 2014
Loved reading this book as big Sutty was my favourite player in an outstanding Celtic team. When I saw the big man was on the team sheet I knew there would be no chance of me watching on with frustration due to a lack of commitment. From the first minute he would be in about the opposing teams defenders and midfielders fighting for every ball and letting them know they would have to earn every penny of their wages and although I'm sure he left a few of them with the bruises to prove it he also took some real kickings but to his credit he got up and dusted himself down and got back in about it without complaint. I would urge any fan to read this tell it like it is book by a true legend who with outstanding class and ability didn't know how to play any other way than with 100% commitment.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 20 February 2014
This book should have been checked over by someone who has a better grasp of language. I also lost count of the amount of times he repeated himself. This book badly needs re-edited . It is the literary equivalent of Groundhog Day.
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on 23 July 2015
When you read an autobiography like this it makes you understand why players grab as much money as they can when they can. Chris Sutton was a very good footballer but his description about how he was treated towards the end of his time at Celtic made me wonder about how managers and directors of football clubs get away with it? A very good read, although at times a bit repetitive, I warmed to Sutton, who in the past I thought a bit on the arrogant side. Full of opinions on managers and players and very honest.
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on 6 September 2013
He wasn't up to much at his spell at Birmingham but that was down to injuries. It was interesting to read about his strained relationship with Gordon Strachan at Celtic. If it becomes available on kindle for a couple of quid, I would recommend it. But for my holiday read, I should have forked out £2 more and bought Bellamy's story - it wasn't really worth £6 to me. Having said that, it wasn't difficult for me to finish. And there's something about the bloke I just like. Unlike Bellamy, at least he's got a neck.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 4 November 2011
A really excellent book right up there with any footballers autobiographys i have read in the past a very honest interpritation from chris sutton
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on 22 March 2015
As a Celtic supporter I read every book that is written about them or anyone who plays or has played for them. I watched Chris Sutton throughout his time at the club and he was always going to second behind Henrik Larsson but he never let the team down. To be fair and honest like he is in this book speaks volumes about the guy and his realistic views are much appreciated. Hail hail
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on 11 January 2012
As a Celtic fan who regards big Sutton as one of my favorites I was eager to read this book. Although I enjoyed it it did feel a little repetative at times and brushed past some of the details I was hoping for.
Still a must read for any Celtic/Sutton fan and very enjoyable.
Honest as it was I was left feeling it was a tad rushed.
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on 14 September 2012
I purchased this on Kindle and read in a few days.
Not my favourite football autobio as I found it shallow and very repetitive.
I was surprised when I came to the end and found it was co-written as I was convinced he had written it on his own.
Well worth a read for the readers of a Celtic persuasion.
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on 11 August 2013
Straight from the heart.

Open tales of all the club's chris has been at.
Few tales of the unknown but very honest about the players and managers encountered.

A good read... on reflection I read it all in a few days. So certainly not bad.
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