People have been saying that Surreal Football were all washed up, particularly Callum, and until now I think I'd have agreed. This, however, is a return to form. The key moment being when we realised that audiences want quantity, not quality: you'll note that this magazine has far more swearing and twice as many mistakes in it as the last one. For that, you're welcome. I can only apologise if some quality slipped through the net also.
Some early reviews from elsewhere: "a collection of mavericks doing what they do best - being mavericks" - The Guardian. "a collection of geniuses doing what they do best - being geniuses" - The Times. "I didn't get it" - some actual people.
As I think has already been stressed: buy this e-book immediately, before they run out of stock.