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My Liverpool Home Kindle Edition
|Length: 400 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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This is actually Kenny's third proper autobiography although unlike his others, this focuses solely on Liverpool & even though I don't like admitting it, I expected slightly more in all honesty. Everything is contained in this book that you'd expect from his career it's just that in terms of anecdotes & stories, there's not a huge amount I've not heard previously. Even the funny tales seem a little muted - perhaps Dalglish is just the type of guy who holds back in terms of his private life which would be of no surprise to most who have followed his career with such interest.
The single biggest thing I took from reading this is that Kenny is even more dyed-in-the-wool red than I could imagine. He makes it perfectly clear that ever since he left Anfield, even when taking Blackburn to a glorious Premiership, all he's ever wanted is to return to where he considers home. It simply confirms my belief that post-Benitez, the Board could do far worse than giving the King his throne back & seeing how things turn out.
Even though the book isn't quite as entertaining as I'd hoped, I still hung on every word & enjoyed reading what makes Liverpool's greatest ever player tick. Long live the King
It is clear that Kenny loves Liverpool and is unhappy about the current state of the club. This will help you to remember how great Liverpool was and still is as a club, whilst also making you a little sad.
As an ideal accompaniment to this book I recommend Modern Football is Still Rubbish Modern Football is Still Rubbish: Slinging mud at what's left of 'the beautiful game'- another book to highlight how great the game was, but in humorous and satirical way. A great stocking filler and another antidote to the ills of the modern game. Enjoy!
Unfortunately this didn't happen in reality.
The book isn't so much an autobiography of Dalglish, but more an account of his relationship with liverpool. There's a huge amount of history, stories and anecdotes and it gives a great insight into the inner workings of Liverpool Football Club - both from his time as a player and a manager. It is a very honest, witty and sometimes sad account of his days, giving good honest opinions on what happened at Heysel and Hillsborough.
The single biggest thing I took from reading this is that Kenny is even more dyed-in-the-wool red than I could imagine. He makes it perfectly clear that ever since he left Anfield, even when taking Blackburn to a fantastic Premiership title, all he's ever wanted is to return to where he considers home. It simply confirms the Board's decision to re-appoint Dalgish his role back and see how things turn out.
I'm afraid the more Dalglish rubbished anyone who ever criticised him and tried to defend his obviously prickly character, the less convincing he became and in fact only reinforced the image many (other than hero-worshippers) will have had of him.
It's an okay read and gives you some glimpses behind the scenes, but not one of the better football biographies.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice little bag great for my holiday. Fitted everything I needed in. Pleased with product.Published 10 months ago by Mrs C Brown
One of the best sports books I've ever read a must for Liverpool supporters and neutrals Kenny is a real man who after reading this book has gone up in my estimation.Published 19 months ago by John Condon
Bought for my husband, an avid Liverpool fan. Even my sons dog is named " CARRA " after Jamie!!Published on 5 Aug. 2014 by Mrs Georgina Gilkes