20 September ~ The book reviews from WSC 295 are online now. Tony Curran dissects Paul Lake's autobiography I'm Not Really Here and finds a man betrayed by the football club he loved. Although Lake's book is aimed at Manchester City fans, his story of how his boyhood dreams came true before his career and life were shattered by injury will interest most readers. If you're a collector you might enjoy 32 Programmes by Dave Roberts. Simon Kuper's new book The Football Men profiles over 60 of the game's most important characters, but "all too frequently leaves him looking too clever by half". Finally, John Burridge's autobiography Budgie tells the story of his astonishing 29-club career.


Related articles

WSC 379 out now
October issue available now online and in stores The new WSC is out now, available from all good newsagents or to order from the WSC shop....
WSC 378 out now ~ Biggest ever issue! New season guide, World Cup review & extra pages
September issue available now online and in stores The new WSC, which is out biggest ever issue and includes the 2018-19 season guide plus our...
WSC survey - tell us what you think
Russia 2018 was regarded as a great World Cup – but how did you see it? The 2018 WSC survey lets you have your say. Did you enjoy the tournament...

More... WSC