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'Once out of the game he had long seemed anxious to escape, Collymore became singularly placed to articulate some of the madness that attends it.' Observer
Stan Collymore was born in Stone, Staffordshire in January 1971. He has played professional football for Crystal Palace, Southend, Nottingham Forest, Liverpool, Aston Villa, Fulham, Leicester and Bradford City, and won three England caps in the nineties. He retired from the game in 2001 and was until recently an expert football summariser on Radio 5 Live.
Oliver Holt has been Chief Sports Writer at the Mirror since April 2002. He is one of the most talented and respected of the younger breed of sportswriters covering the game, his former Editor Piers Morgan saying of him: ‘We're delighted to have the real number one on board’.
Decent account of a guy who rose to the top in football after a up and down start,he has a lot of health problems which obviously accounted for some of his actions,but he could of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
good read he was a very good player when he was on his game but that wasn't very often a good read but toward the end lost it a bit ,Published 3 months ago by jim golden
A good read, an obviously intelligent chap, but very mixed up and contrary. Quick to slate everyone who has ever (in his opinion) wronged or hurt him - but equally dismissive of... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ian Bidder
The book's okay. However, Stan Collymore is just so unlikeable as a person and comes across in this book (and far more with his activities on Twitter) as someone who loves nothing... Read morePublished 7 months ago by UKcass