8 of 13 people found the following review helpful
A very good and witty book which tells it, like it is, and brings back some wonderful memories. A great insight to what's wrong with Rangers today. Also, an insight to some of the gutter sports reporting in Scotland.
No mention of the press outcry, and 8 page 'Penalty' special on 4th March 2005, following the match against Hearts, which I felt should have been included, as this typifies the type of sports reporting we are up against.
I'm glad to see that the author got his life back, and shame to certain so-called journalists, and the board of our great club, for their treatment of a guy who asked pertinent questions, which got no answers. We deserve better.