3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Up there with the greats, the man and the book- that is.,
By A Customer
This review is from: Clough The Autobiography (Mass Market Paperback)
As a younger reader I was interseted to find out how good Cloughie was as a player, and he doesn't mind telling you. Ol' big 'ead lives up to his name but there is no way you can argue the facts.
Nobody can and probably never will be able to say that they were as good at what they did in football as this man. Classic stories of the partnership he had with Peter Taylor, his initial summary of John Robertson, and his descriptions of 'hairy arsed' defenders and alike create brilliant humour mixed up with his strong views toward directors and the way in which clubs should be run contrive to make a book of excellent reading.