Football biographies don't come any better than this magnficent tome. Trevor Davies conjures up the perfect combination of wit, melodrama and despair which typifies the life of a footballer in the lower reaches of the football league. Frankly, you would have thought that there was not much of a market for a book on a Leyton Orient also-ran, and you would probably be right, but this book is so much more than that. It is like a template for the way a sports biography should be produced from the emotive cover with the simple word OOOH! emblazoned on the front to the clever use of the material inside, however mundane it might seem. If you have never heard of Terry Howard or Trevor Davies before reading this book - you certainly will never forget either of them afterwards.