Graeme Souness the management years covers his spell as player manager at Rangers,his troubled spell as boss at Liverpool and also his time spent at Galatasaray,Southampton,his six games in charge at Torino and finaly Benfica.
When reading this book you get the impression it was written in the main to explain his reasons why he wasn't a success as manager of Liverpool and to appologise for selling his story about his heart problems to The Sun,a newspaper dispised on Merseyside,an act unforgiven by the same Liverpool supporters whom idolised his during his time there as a player.
If i am honest,i was expecting Souness to dish the dirt a little more than he does but he does fight back against Phil Thompson and Tommy Smith,former team mates whom publicaly slated him both behind his back and in the press,and he admits that he didn't get the backing of the more senior pros at Anfield,which obviously dissapointed him.
The book is filled with other chapters of less interest like a chapter on his best mate Phil Boersma,Alex Ferguson,Glassgow and the press.
Still a decent read all the same but doesn't quite possess the same bite as one of his famous tackles.