Intersting points within the book but seemed to skim through a lot of the information which I already knew. The Galatarsary incident was just a passing thing he did everyday. He does not apologise for much in this book. Wanted to know more
Disappointing book. I had high hopes for it as Souness is very engaging as a pundit on Sky. Yet this book is bland like so many other football autobiographies. Thé only interesting revelation was that when he returned to Anfield in 1991 the £125 win bonus was the same as it had been when he left in 1984. I expected so much more but didn’t even bother to finish the last couple of chapters.
The title of this book should have been Graeme Souness: My opinions on football and the Premier League.
I was massively disappointed by this book. He doesn’t go into a great deal of detail about his time anywhere really. It felt like a rushed book and most of the time he’s just talking about his opinions of the current game.
Could and should have been better, a bit like his managerial career.
A fairly brief run through of his playing / managerial and now punditry role. The points he makes within the latter subject are often repetitive, the absence of detail in some areas is notable (maybe he feels that he's said his piece on the Phil Thompson affair) If you have Souness: The Management years, I'd stick with this as a more authentic GS saying what he really thinks. I ended up skim reading on the off chance anything took my interest. It didn't.
Very disappointing. Double spaced so it would only be about 150 pages of a normal book. Some interesting insights but it is a lazy and often repetative book and frustrates because so much is touched upon but with no depth.