How Not to be a Football Millionaire Keith Gillespie My Autobiography Hardcover – 7 Oct 2013
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One last point, whilst this is a 5 star story I'm afraid for me the "voice" of the ghost writer is all too apparent and some passages just don't flow as I'd like. Phrases such as "...raiding the left flank" reek too much of a Red Top's back pages but I appreciate this is a matter of personal taste so don't let this foible of mine put you off buying and enjoying this book.
All you get here is the truth and despite all his faults and mistakes he's still my hero, for being himself and telling it how it is, when he could have hid like most people would.
Kieth gillespie is a football star, who fell on hard times due to his own decisions. This book is a must read for anybody interested in football, sports or even life. If you are up and coming, or have seen it all there is something in this book which will resonate with you. The inside track on modern football, agents, deals , goals, parties, women, it has it all! Easy to read, not too dark or gloomy and funny to boot, and well filled my holiday reading.
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Real rollercoaster of a read. Bought it because I'm a Leicester fan and have fond memories of Keith flying down the wing. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Kindle Customer
Excellent insight into the life of a footballer. Up there with Paul McGrath's for openness on struggles with addiction. Well worth a read even if you are not a big football fan.Published 4 months ago by Ethan Carter
This is a well written book on the whole and very readable. However when I finished it my overall impression of Keith Gillespie was 'what a tosser' to his credit he'd probably... Read morePublished 5 months ago by divotdave
There is more than a touch of humanity in this book than bragging or revenge. Gillespie can come across as quite resentful but also acknowledges how at several points he hasn't... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kindle Customer
Fascinating insight into the life of a successful footballer but failed to make the most of it. Seems to be honest and though he doesn't want sympathy for his mistakes.... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bunkers Hill