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Mr Wright: The Explosive Autobiography of Ian Wright Paperback – 4 Aug 1997
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An autobiography of Ian Wright, the British footballer who shot to prominence in 1985 when he joined Crystal Palace from Greenwich Borough Services. Six years later he joined Arsenal, and has been the club's top goal-scorer every season since.
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Ian Wright is one of the most popular yet controversial figures in world football. At the age of 33 and in the prime of his career, Arsenal's record-breaking goalscorer continues to dominate the sporting headlines with his exploits both on and off the pitch.
In his autobiographical blockbuster, Wright recalls all the triumphs and set-backs during his rise from a confident South-London teenager to a multi-million pound favourite with the Highbury faithful. His forthright views on players and managers such as Paul Merson, Tony Adams, Graham Taylor, Terry Venables and Arsene Wenger make for stirring entertainment.
A new chapter specially written for this paperback edition looks at how Wright fought back from his disillusionment at the start of the 1996/97 campaign to rediscover his goalscoring form for Arsenal which lead to an England recall.
"honest, frank and outspoken…"
"A jaunty lollop through the trophy-collecting, referee haranguing career of the Arsenal striker… It's wild stuff!"
"Wright strikes back in superb style"
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