10 January ~ Have your say on the books reviewed in WSC 287, which are now online. John Giles' autobiography includes a "surprising amount of score-settling" and blasts a "large hole in Bill Shankly's image as a socialist everyman". There's 12 faithful, recognisable and affectionate portrayals of Scottish lower-division towns and teams in Stramash. And, in two biographies of troubled players, the details of Christian Roberts' difficulties with alcohol are laid bare, while ex-Arsenal midfielder Peter Storey is "unflinching in his description of the fallout from his womanising, drinking and illegal activities".

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