Reviews

  • This intelligent book, packed with anecdotes, is a must for any football fan

    Sunday Mirror
  • Denis was the best in the business, he could score goals from a hundredth of a chance, never mind half of one

    George Best
  • His book is rightly called The King ... We remember Law as the great predator [but] what players like him can offer a reader beyond the tales of muddy glory, is a glimpse into life after sport, when the crowd noise stops and they are faced with reality as we substantially lesser mortals know it

    Daily Telegraph
  • A lovely and lively peek at football's golden age through the eyes of a man who was on the inside track suffering the high and lows. Like the man himself, definitely a winner

    Glasgow Evening Times
  • He played for United and City, served under Busby and Shanks and tasted pleasure and pain ... He has been revisiting all these memories in his autobiography, a book rare in that genre for the author's honesty

    Independent on Sunday

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