I say forgettable because when I received the email to review this I cast my mind back and realised there wasn't too much that has stuck in my mind since I read it a while back. Having said that I enjoyed the fact that his book gave a glimpse into specific situations that most people wouldn't think being a manager entails.
The nitty gritty details such as analysing potential players to the point where you point out their specific running style & whether or not that may lead to potential future health issues. If you've read the book, you know who I'm referring to. I personally think comments he made about two players are both said out of spite. Isn't that what makes Fergie's opinions interesting reading, though? A great man but also a petty man, which is certainly good for a laugh.
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