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Discussion in 'General football forum' started by Sergio<3, 6 Sep 2019.
Bert Trautmann`s excellent read .
Not that you’re biased, of course!
*ahem* *cough* *splutter*
No idea what you are on about ;)
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.
Steve Claridge book I found interesting to read with some of his stories.
Claridge is another twat, who never had a good word to say about City.
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.
I've gone for the peter crouch book
What does he have to say about his time at City in it?
Seeing as he comes across as a bitter, twisted wanker.
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!