Tales from the Secret Footballer

Tales from the Secret Footballer

By Anon

  • Release Date : 2013-11-05
  • Genre : Football
  • FIle Size : 0.70 MB
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 67 Ratings
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Description

Tales from the Secret Footballer FOOTBALL'S BIGGEST CHARACTERS TELL IT LIKE IT IS

Who is the Secret Footballer? Well he's back and this time his mates speak out too.

Players, agents, coaches and managers give you access to all areas of the Premier League. From deal-making to play-making, from dodgy tactics to drunken antics, they reveal the unforgettable highs and the unforgivable lows.

This is football as you've never seen it before.

'What happens behind closed doors at Premiership clubs usually stays firmly shut behind closed doors. Not if the Secret Footballer has anything to do with it.' Loaded

**From the bestselling author of I am the Secret Footballer and The Secret Footballer's Guide to the Modern Game.**

Reviews

  • Not a good buy

    1
    By Ihopethisnicknameisnttakentoo
    I don't usual review e-books... but this one annoyed me so much. I quite liked the first secret footballer book, there were genuinely interesting stories in there. I applaud the author for writing about his mental health in such a candid way. However, there ends the positives... However the book overall reads in a disjointed way with a serious helping of bitterness thrown in. The chapters (themes?) jump around all over the place and I found it hard to understand what the point of many chapters were. In my opinion this is a waste of £4.
  • Do not buy

    1
    By Pdics
    A dreadful book with almost nothing about football that the reader would find interesting. This book is all about the secret footballer in quite some detail. This might have some interest if we knew who this is or if it was related to actual football rather than pages and pages about his depression and how he felt. A very confusing read that did not deserve the hard earned money paid. Sadly another follow up book that must be regarded as a bit of a rip off

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