Osgood Is Good,
This review is from: Ossie: King of Stamford Bridge (Mainstream Sport) (Paperback)
As has already been said, a light and breezy read, very Seventies, very Kings Road, very Ossie.
Like all footballers' autobiographies, it IS self serving and one-sided, perhaps understandably. Nothing was ever his fault, being caught drinking the night before a game was "having a few lagers" to which the manager overreacted, business failures were someone else's fault...get past these foibles and you'll enjoy it. We know our idols have feet of clay, so we overlook them without too much difficulty.
I am not a Chelsea supporter either, but I was a big fan of Ossie and other cavalier players of that era. The Seventies are brilliantly evoked here - if that's your bag, then climb on in.