5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I purchased this book at the same time as Jellyman and I have to say this is the much better read.
Maybe it is because he has been in football for longer than Jeff Stelling has been the anchorman on Sky and has more experiences to call on, but Kammy succeeds where Jeff Stelling fails in actually making the book both humerous and interesting.
It would have been good to have learnt more about Kammy away from the football world, maybe a chapter about his childhood and adult personal life would have been interesting?
Overall, a good read for the sports enthusiast.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Jeff Stelling is really infectious and humerous on Sky TV's soccer saturday, but unfortunately this humour does not translate well into this book.
Many of the anectdotes simply do not work in writing and unfortunately I found this book to be overlong and really rather tedious and boring.
A huge dissappointment.