Football autobiography

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  1. gray740

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    Bert Trautmann`s excellent read .
     
  2. Vienna_70

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    Not that you’re biased, of course!

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  3. Mad Eyed Screamer

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    *ahem* *cough* *splutter*
    No idea what you are on about ;)
     
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    Paul Lake's book is well worth a read. It normally takes me ages to get through a book, but I couldn't put Lakey's book down. It stirred some great memories of match days stood on the Kippax, and reminded me of just how much of a tw*t Swales was.

    David White's 'Shades Of Blue' is also a good read, if a little dark in places.
     
  5. simmo

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    Steve Claridge book I found interesting to read with some of his stories.
     
  6. Vienna_70

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    Claridge is another twat, who never had a good word to say about City.

    Utter wanker!
     
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  7. Bluemoon dan

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    I read the Peter Crouch one when I was away recently. A good one for a holiday as it's a nice light read. No massive substance to it but entertaining and very funny in parts. If you are looking for something with a bit more to it then definitely Paul Lake's is worth going for.
     
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  8. Sergio<3

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    I've gone for the peter crouch book
     
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  9. BlueTG

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    What does he have to say about his time at City in it?

    Seeing as he comes across as a bitter, twisted wanker.
     
  10. Bill the Blue

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    I read Neil Warnocks book (give him his full name as it is early Sunday morning) on holiday a few years back, it was a good read!
     

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