14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
This is not your typical sports autobiography with 5 chapters of early life followed by a detailed look at the subjects career, instead it takes the form of a semi-scrapbook, ignoring the early days and going straight into the football with every page adorned with photographs from Scholes' career accompanied by back-story and opinion from the player himself and others involved.
It's an interesting enough read but offers little of the behind the scenes opinion and insight that make autobiographies so interesting. As you might expect from Scholes, there's little controversy to be found here - with perhaps his only negative opinion being expressed towards Dennis Wise. Don't expect… Read more