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Walking in a Fergie Wonderland - Sir Alex Ferguson the Biography Paperback – 1 Aug 2011
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About the Author
Frank Worrall is a journalist who writes regularly for the "Sunday Times" and the "Sun." He is also the author of "Rooney: Wayne's World," "Roy Keane: Red Man Walking," and" The Magnificent Sevens."
Top Customer Reviews
'An epic biography charting the unstoppable rise of the Premier League's longest-serving and most successful manager ever: Sir Alex Ferguson, who's been in charge at Manchester United for an amazing 24 years. This is probably the best book ever on Fergie.'
Russell Forgham, The Mail
WALKING IN A FERGIE WONDERLAND
Frank Worrall We have something to tuck in the footie fan's stocking this week and we're kicking off with a biography of that bloke from Govan.
He made a massive impact on Scottish football, then took a trip down the M6 to spread the magic.
Beautifully researched and packed with insider anecdotes, this is an outstanding account of the highs and lows of a career that has seen more drama than a cup final, more grit than a snowplough and more 'hairdryers' than Vidal Sassoon. If football is a game of two halves, one of them is guaranteed to be spending Christmas Day on the sofa with this.
Shari Low, The Daily Record, Dec 11, 2010
From Man Utd fan's website TRULYREDS...
How an Arsenal fan came to revere Sir Alex
By: Frank Scicluna on 13 February 2011
If you are anything like me, reading a good book on a lazy Sunday is one of the most enjoyable times of the week - unless you have a game to watch which in this day and age happens more often than I would like. Call me an old fart if you want but a 3pm kick off on a Saturday afternoon is what I grew up with and freely admit that I yearn for the return of those long gone days. For those who may feel the same way, Truly Reds will therefore attempt to review one of the many Manchester United related books each Sunday which may tempt you to go out an get for a relaxing weekend read.Read more ›