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Fergie's Last Stand: A Correspondent's Diary 2012/13 Paperback – 6 Nov 2013
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One thing does strike me reading this - a year is an awfully long time in football. His descriptions of Fellaini terrorising our defence make one wonder what happened to this player once he pulled on his new red shirt. Maybe we will see the best of him one of these days. Also, Mark had rightly concluded a year ago that the likes of Anderson and Young were not going to do it for us. One wonders why they are still there.
A book for United fans but also a book for those who enjoy the game and enjoy good writing.
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So in summary, it's enjoyable but in a strange kind of warped history way. It's interesting to read the season developing but the intervening years have given it a really different feel. It feels disjointed at time due to "article" approach. I would recommend it as a book to dip into rather than try to read end to end.