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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on 29 July 2013
Descent enough but can't understand it when his mates try and sell him off as a salt of the earth bloke who hates Bullies when he admits he hammered his misses and "taxed" the rich kids of their gear.Barrington is the bully you would want to avoid.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 2 August 2013
I enjoyed this book thinking it was going to be solely about BCFC Zulus so was pleasantly surprised that it contained very little on the battle on the terraces but was more in relation to Barringtons exploits in the world of kick boxing.

The book is well written & brutally honest
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 11 September 2013
Having read many similar books like this I found this very repetitive and poorly written. If you want a great book, read Watch My Back by Geoff Thompson!
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on 22 June 2013
Not a bad read, Barrington is certainly a guy who you would rather have as a friend than an enemy!

From a personal point of view, it's disappointing that despite all he has achieved, he still was (it seems) into football violence when he could have used that energy in opening a gym and trying to get youngsters who clearly look up to him off the streets

Still, each to their own and massive respect to the man for all that he has done!
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on 9 April 2013
I don't know Barrington ,nor am I a blues fan ,but I am a brummie .HIs book is one of those titles that once you start to read it you can't put it down .i really enjoyed this book as I think Baz has done more in one day than most of us have done in a lifetime.
Its simply written very easy to read (I finished the book in just over 4 hours as it was slightly compelling )
So please buy this book as it is worth every penny
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This is different from the other Hooli books as it has a good story and for all his ferocious reputation,this book reveals a character who was very loyal and had the strength to turn his back on street violence. Moved to Matial Arts and cage fighting and it helped him in the clublands when he did the doors. This is not a run of the Mill books but a very personal view of his life.....
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on 14 July 2013
I've read a few books like this and One-Eyed Baz is one of the best I have read. It gives you a really good interesting insight into his life from growing up and where he is now. I have had the pleasure of meeting him and his wife and they are both very nice and down to Earth people. Buy the book (you know it makes sense) and you won't get disappointed
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on 17 April 2013
A great insight into Barrington's life. He did not avoid any of the uncomfortable issues surrounding his life and was brutally honest about his past discretions. Underneath it all it showed a man with a big heart for those that are close to him and as a warrior in the ring and out. Great read and highly recommended.
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on 3 May 2013
I found this a fascinating read, a good story highlighting the mysteries behind an individual who originally as part of football hooliganism then turned to martial arts for a highly successful and inspirational career!
A good read for many people, not just the fans of Britain's Hardest, highly recommended
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on 25 February 2015
I liked the fact he was a good athlete, if only he stuck to that. Also he uses the word " coconuts " a lot but after looking at the pictures at the end of the book I am not sure he knows what it means. Nevertheless it was an interesting incite into the mind of some violent so called football supporters.
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