I admire Pirlo as a player - brilliant play maker, excellent vision, great character. He is a player you can never hate. However, this book does not do him justice - it is written in a way that there is no flow to it. The book jumps all over the place and should focus more on his playing career at certain clubs and the daily life he experienced. This is what I wanted to get out of the book - his real story. After reading Zlatan's book, I was disappointed with this.
Pirlo, a true gentleman of the game. This is a fascinating read whether you're a Juventus fan, milan fan or even just a neutral. The only gripe I have with this book is that when I was finished I was hungry for more. That being said, it seems like there will be a sequel.
Since he's a nice dude, he doesn't dig into players that much but he does have his moments.