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Paradise and Beyond: The Autobiography Hardcover – Illustrated, 4 Oct 2011

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  • Hardcover: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Black and White Publishing (4 Oct. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1845023498
  • ISBN-13: 978-1845023492
  • Product Dimensions: 15.6 x 2.8 x 23.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 251,023 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Chris Sutton lives in Norfolk. Co-author Mark Guidi is the Sunday Mail Chief Football Writer. He has been with the newspaper since 1995. He has co-written the autobiographies of Stiliyan Petrov, Arthur Numan and Andy McLaren.


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When you read an autobiography like this it makes you understand why players grab as much money as they can when they can. Chris Sutton was a very good footballer but his description about how he was treated towards the end of his time at Celtic made me wonder about how managers and directors of football clubs get away with it? A very good read, although at times a bit repetitive, I warmed to Sutton, who in the past I thought a bit on the arrogant side. Full of opinions on managers and players and very honest.
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I have read pretty much every football bio out there, many are dull if we are honest... Really enjoyed this and he talks with honesty about team mates and opponents... And it is very clear that he enjoyed smashing rangers 6-2....very clear....
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I really enjoyed this book. I was a season ticket holder at Celtic, throughout Chris's time there. I remember being doubtful, when Martin signed him, but Then Sutton went on to be a player I loved in the hoops.. His commitment and desire to win. Winding up Amarusso, great goals in Europe. I still really like Chris Sutton, and enjoy his bt commentary for Celtic. He says it how it is, and I he speaks like a fan, with similar concerns about our team. The book is great, if you lived through that great period under Martin o'neill. To hear the side of the players, after Seville and the disappointment we as a Celtic family all felt, but still so proud of the road to get the. I would definitely recommend this book. I really enjoyed it. Chris is a straight talker, and clearly loves Celtic. Hail Hail
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He wasn't up to much at his spell at Birmingham but that was down to injuries. It was interesting to read about his strained relationship with Gordon Strachan at Celtic. If it becomes available on kindle for a couple of quid, I would recommend it. But for my holiday read, I should have forked out £2 more and bought Bellamy's story - it wasn't really worth £6 to me. Having said that, it wasn't difficult for me to finish. And there's something about the bloke I just like. Unlike Bellamy, at least he's got a neck.
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This book should have been checked over by someone who has a better grasp of language. I also lost count of the amount of times he repeated himself. This book badly needs re-edited . It is the literary equivalent of Groundhog Day.
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LIKED THIS BOOK VERY MUCH. AFTER READING IT IGOT A DIFFERENT OUTLOOK TO THE BIG MAN,S TAKE ON LIFE IN GENERAL. HE WAS CERTAINLY HIS OWN MAN AND THINKING BACK TO THE FEW TIMES I WATCHED HIM PLAYING HE GAVE HIS ALL. A VERY GOOD ALL ROUND STORY.
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I am celtic through and through you where brilliant but no author this book could have been written in 3chapters as you repeated everything time and time again but best of luck to you and your family ,glad for your son was saved in time never know he may play in paradise one day thank you H
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A really excellent book right up there with any footballers autobiographys i have read in the past a very honest interpritation from chris sutton
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