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Tony Adams — Sober: Football. Brutally honest, Vardy comes across as a humble type who has grasped the opportunities that eventually came his way with both hands. My Take on the Modern Game of Football. Emotional at times but also very inspirational, this is a fascinating read from a player who never whined or moaned about his bad luck and just got on with it. From his days as a player at West Ham to his FA Cup win as manager of Portsmouth, this memoir shares the unbeatable highs and the dismal lows of a footballing career which has spanned over 50 years. Jamie Vardy: From Nowhere, My Story Fantastic book profiling the rise and rise of Jamie Vardy — from playing pub football and working in a factory to winning the Premier League with Leicester City and representing his country. He obviously talks about his early-life and his journey to become a professional footballer in this book but he also talks openly for a whole chapter about racism and even airs his opinions on Brexit. Cristiano Ronaldo: The Biography. Gillespie comes across in the book as a really decent man who unfortunately has a really sad story to tell. Few may actually agree with him, but everyone listens. I, Robot: How to Be a Footballer 2 A follow-up to his hugely successful first book , this second offering from Peter Crouch gives more insight into the life of a Premier League footballer. Originally put off by the fact that this book was quite of date, we were pleasantly surprised at how good a read this football book was. The Didi Man — Dietmar Hamann. A highly recommended read for anyone who loves the game and one of the best football books available at the moment. Embed from Getty Images.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} An intelligent, thoughtful and compassionate man, who uses his status to achieve goodness in the world, this book is a very enjoyable read. An enjoyable book and a bit of an eye-opener when he talks about the racism he has experienced within the game. My Life. Instead, each chapter contains his thoughts on either a period of his distinguished career or opinions on modern-day questions such as the Messi or Ronaldo debate. Refreshingly honest throughout, Higginbotham admits that he was not blessed with as much talent as other footballers at the time but what he lacked in skill, he more than made up for in commitment and passion. Throughout the book Ferguson attempts to explain the reasons for various decisions that he had to make involving top players such as David Beckham and Roy Keane and he attempts to settle some old feuds as well as reigniting others. Big Sam: My Autobiography. A player who always wore his heart on his sleeve, Higginbotham experienced the highs of promotion, lows of relegation and injury heartbreak during his career and he talks passionately about them all. Legend is a word that is banded around freely nowadays but you could arguably put former Aston Villa, Manchester United and Irish international Paul McGrath into this category. Hugely entertaining from start to finish, this light-hearted book from self-confessed football nutter Jimmy Bullard is full of hilarious stories from his playing career. If you want one of those football books that are full of amusing stories about players and managers then this definitely is not for you. A Chelsea man through and through, his positive opinions and reflections on every aspect of the club shine through, however this book will also appeal to fans of other clubs. The book is also quite humourous in parts especially when he talks about his career in non-league football — a world away from the money and adulation he receives in the Premier League. Throughout the book, Hamann expresses his thoughts and opinions in a no-nonsense way but at no point do you think he is trying to be sensational. One of the few modern players who spent their entire UK career at the one club, Gerrard dissects the defining games of his illustrious club career as well talking about his experiences with the England national team, both good and bad. Amongst the many talking points within the book, Gullit explains the secret of the tiki-taka style of playing, as well as explaining why one striker can be better than three strikers. Whereas the first book was all about his playing career and his off the field troubles, Sober focuses on the difficulties Adams has faced not only staying off the demon drink but also the problems he has encountered starting out as a new coach. Rio Ferdinand — 2Sides My Autobiography. Away from the cancer story, this book looks back at the career of a player who experienced promotion from two divisions to the Premier League with Bolton, time at his boyhood club Everton and also his successful spell at Celtic. Wright also talks about his retirement from playing and the career change into punditry and his TV and radio career. He reveals the truth about his darkest times since retiring from playing which include problems with drugs and gambling and his recent prison sentence after his conviction for grevious bodily harm. My Story. The notorious prankster caused mischief at pretty much every club he played for and he recounts his stories in typical light-hearted fashion. The book looks at the technical side of the game and what you should watch out for in respect to tactical decisions and formations. Released in , The Second Half book talks about the end of his playing career, move into management and his new career as a television pundit. Alex Ferguson — My Autobiography. The longest-serving Liverpool FC player in the history of the club, Jamie Carragher released his long-awaited autobiography in whilst still an active player. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Shortlisted for the Best Sportsbook Award, this offering from the former Liverpool, Leicester City and England forward gives a brilliant insight into one of the most unsung players of the modern age. Carragher talks candidly about his Liverpool career in his typically down-to-earth style which he regularly portrays in his role as a television pundit. This is a powerful book which is full of opinions on his former side Arsenal and their failings in the Premier League in recent years and also the England national side and their inability to perform at major tournaments. Extremely funny from start to finish, the German with the Scouse accent lifts the lid on life playing for two of the biggest clubs in Europe in Bayern Munich and Liverpool as well the German national team. Ancelotti gives the reader a fascinating insight into the mind of one of the greatest man managers and tacticians in the modern game, and his understated way in which he goes about his work has reaped praise and respect from some of the best players in the world including Cristiano Ronaldo, Zinedine Zidane and David Beckham. We found the way that Adams talks about overcoming his personal demons that he still faces to this day extremely inspiring. Carra: My Autobiography. A fascinating read which gives the reader a different insight into the maturer side of Roy Keane that you see today. Muzzy Izzet: Muzzy — My Story. What you see is what you get with Bullard and this book is no different. After reading this book you will definitely change your opinion about the Joey Barton you have seen on the television and read about in the papers.