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A right to be arrogant, 14 Nov 2005
From his humble upbringing, an unbelievable scoring record as a player only cut short by injury, early managerial frustrations, clashes with interfering chairmen, turning water into wine (metaphorically) at Derby County and Nottingham Forest, the finest England manager the country never had. This man may at times have been accused of some degree of arrogance, but he spoke the truth, spoke his mind whether people wanted to hear it or not and had a track record to back up his opinion. If you enjoy a good football autobiography buy this one you won't be disappointed.