Most helpful critical review
on 30 November 2015
A generous three stars. All footballers "autobiographies" are written by someone else, but they usually manage to recreate the voice of the subject so that it seems as if they wrote it. In this case the author used language and phrasing that was nothing like Kenny Dalglish, other than when he was moaning to a certain extent - which admittedly was quite a lot of the time.
I'm afraid the more Dalglish rubbished anyone who ever criticised him and tried to defend his obviously prickly character, the less convincing he became and in fact only reinforced the image many (other than hero-worshippers) will have had of him.
It's an okay read and gives you some glimpses behind the scenes, but not one of the better football biographies.