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Never let the facts get in the way of a good story
on 22 November 2013
Okay book, a little bit like Harry Rednapp, he never seems to let the facts get in the way of a good story. Dates and times seem to merge and as pointed out in earlier reviews, incidents could not have taken place as players were not at the clubs. He did some things in his career that I would consider disgusting and then expects sympathy from the reader when it comes back to haunt him later in his career. It seems to gloss over a lot of things and periods of time such as 5 years seem to go by in about 2 pages. The editing is average two as on the first pages it said he was born in 1961 and then the following one talking about ending his career in at 47, which would have been 2008. Overall, it was entertaining enough but because of the amount of mistakes it is almost a work of fiction.