Barry Fry is a great character in British football and this book is everything you'd expect from him. It's packed with funny anecdotes, significant insights into the running of various football clubs and fascinating details about Fry's dealings with players, officials, chairmen and the league. Some of the stories seem incredulous to those of us who have never been on the inside of a football club and it's revealing to know a little bit more of the kind of things that can go on. Fry clearly knows the football world and understands it intimately; he expresses clear views that are often well thought out and stand as testimony to an amazing career. Well worth reading.