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  • This is Lineker unleashed. As a non-football nut I didn’t expect to enjoy it, but between laddish anecdotes are passages of sudden tenderness. Lineker recalls deathbed conversations with his father, Barry, a Leicester market trader who’d taken him and his childhood team-mates to matches in his fruit and veg van. The process seems to have acted as a sort of talking therapy for Lineker, opening him up, dislodging memories and reflections, not just about football but his whole life.

    THE TIMES
  • Gary Lineker and Danny Baker relate stories both honest and hilarious about the world of football.

    SUNDAY EXPRESS
  • Without doubt, it’s one of the funniest books around.

    FourFourTwo
  • Is there anything Gary Lineker can’t do?

    RADIO TIMES
  • This personal and often hilarious book is the perfect gift for any footie fanatic.

    OK! MAGAZINE

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