I thought Keane was a thug and when this book first came out I was determined NOT to read it. Then finally my curiosity got the better of me. Compelling, thoughtful, articulate...a riveting good read. It doesn't have the long descriptions of individual games which can make footballers' biographies so boring. I read it in one go. I'd recommend it even if you're only a little bit interested in Keane or Man Utd, or the Eire team. I still think Keane is OTT in the way he behaves on field, but I feel like I understand him better now and he is far from one dimensional. Hats off, 10/10.