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on 23 February 2013
Is this only a taster for the complete book?

I found this book to be lacking content hence only 1 star.
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on 31 December 2012
It was an extremely interesting book. You get to know what the emotions and feelings are of being a footballer and what they do off pitch as well as on pitch. If every footballer could write one of these then it would be a very interesting sport with different emotions and opinions. Not too detailed not too short, a great book.
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on 14 June 2013
I read below on product description which says 320 pages. Even went on Waterstones website to double check and says 320 pages. This version is around 20 pages each chapter lasting around 2 pages. Can cope with 99p loss but like to make others aware before purchasing. 0 stars really as not what promised
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on 31 January 2013
Good insight into the pre and post match feeling of the top professional footballer of today, with all the money paid today this shows that Wayne is a down to earth everyday football fan like everyone else and is enjoying every minute of the privilege he has for playing for manchester united
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on 10 January 2013
Being an everton supporter i thought id give it a read, a very quick read.

20 minutes front to back!

It was a simply written book which was interesting at the start but simply repeats itself.

A free kindle book, wouldn't pay for it.
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on 4 September 2014
This book is intelligently written, grammatically perfect, polite and articulate. It is also described as a first-hand account by Wayne Rooney and it is written in the first-person. So, which one is it because these two statements are clearly incompatible?
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on 22 February 2013
This is what it says it is. Wayne Rooney talking about his favourite moments from playing football so far in his career. Nothing special, but if you like football and the funny side of things then this is ok for you.
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on 11 February 2013
As a Manchester United fan I was rather disappointed in this book it me around 10 minutes to read and I was upset by the lack of detail. But for free wasn't its good to see the way he think and his reactions.
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on 29 December 2012
Wayne Rooney's "My 10 Greatest Moments in the Premier League" is a sample ebook is taken from his "My Decade in the Premier League" book.

I'm not a football fan, but really enjoy reading it.
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on 11 April 2014
Total drivel, can't believe how poor the writing and grammar are. He should definitely stick to playing football.
On the plus side it has convinced me to avoid his other books.
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