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
Excellent book from a top player and honest pundit ( at last someone who walked the walk and had the trophies to prove it.) Touches on some subjects from his previous book in the 90s. But in the main talks about the game today and the attitudes of players and effect of the money from Sky. Like the way he warns about the future of home international players with lack of playing time in the Premier League...before Gareth said it!
Souness is very honest and it makes for a great read. I would have liked to hear more insight into the dressing rooms particularly during his spell as manager of Liverpool. I found the Michael Knighton section interesting and very surprising. Overall a great read.
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.