'A funny and moving memoir which truly describes the horror of being a Tottenham fan.' (David Baddiel)
Entertaining. (Sunday Times
A gem of a read, even if your allegiances lie elsewhere. (FourFourTwo
exposes the self-delusion, moral gymnastics and nervous tics that are the lot of any football fan following a team in the modern game. It also vividly, and stoically, describes the plight of those blighted by the black dog. (Guardian
Although Crace strives hard to convince us of the agonies of fandom, he instead, which is perhaps his real intention, succeeds best in conveying its pleasures. (irishtimes.com
Crace is a complex character and writes candidly, skilfully and humourously about his battle against depression. (Irish Examiner
From the creator of the Digested Read an hilarious take on the life of the obsessive football fan of a team that almost always disappoints.