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Kevin Keegan

Bobby Robson - Farewell but not goobye

Alan Shearer - My Story So Far

Rob Lee - Come In Number 37

Glenn Hoddle - My 1998 World Cup Story (was interested to see what he had to say about Gazza more than anything)

Kenny Dalglish (Bought this when he was our manager)

 

There's plenty i want though. Gonna get Gazza's. Anyone recommend any good ones? I might buy Roy Keane's. I can't stand him but i think it'll be a good read.

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Guest Immsy7

Alan Shearer (My story so far)

Bobby Robson (First one)

Paul Gascoigne

David Beckham

Stuart Pearce

Nial Quinn  blueconfused.gif

Dennis Wise

Andy Gray

George Best

Alex Ferguson

Pierluigi Collina

 

 

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Guest JonnyRogers

Got Robsons, Shearer's, Lee's and Keegan's, also got one from Ginola "From St Tropez to St James'" which is quite interesting as its from a foreigner. Beckham's newest one is pretty good also (cue jokes about it being written in crayon) but he has been through a fair bit so worth reading. Just started reading George Best's, which is pretty good too.

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Guest BooBoo

Rob Lees is absolutely shocking. The only thing of note to come out of it was that Gullit had a strict anti pubic hair policy!

 

 

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Guest helios_centric

Most of those listed above are ghostwritten pulp - Rob Lee's is abysmal and Ginola's is beyond belief.

 

The only decent ones I've come across are Stan Collymore's (very frank and interesting) and Robbie Fowler's. Southgate's is supposed to be good too.

 

 

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Guest Alan Shearer 9

Gazza's, Shearer's, Sir Bobby's, actually got one of Souness' too which I found lying around the house two weeks before he came.

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Shearer - My Story so Far

Shearer - Captain Fantastic

Sir Bobby - Living the Game

Sir Bobby - Farewell but not Goodbye

Malcolm McDonald - SuperMac

Gazza - My Story

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