Reviews

  • The perfect antidote to the annihilating tedium of post-match interview cliché . . . downright compelling it is too

    Telegraph
  • He is skillful. He is outspoken. He is Zlatan

    New York Times
  • Wonderful. The best footballer's autobiography of recent years . . . and the bestselling European immigrant's tale since Zadie Smith'sWhite Teeth and Philip Roth's Portnoy's Complaint

    Simon Kuper, Financial Times
  • Extraordinary

    Daily Mail
  • A modern European fairy tale

    New Statesman
  • Terrific . . . Far more insightful than your typical memoir, Ibra'sbook tells his story of growing up as the son of immigrants in Sweden and pulls no punches when it comes to his opinions ofsome of the biggest names in the game

    Sports Illustrated
  • Eagerly awaited, not least because Ibra seems to be spoiling for a fight on every other page. 'Dynamite' said one Swedish reporter

    Daily Mail
  • It is so good. It is so bloody good . . . a futureclassic that will change Sweden . . . a masterpiece

    Aftonbladet
  • Good God, this is dynamite!

    Sportbladet
  • The story of Zlatan - from his days as an immigrantkid juggling a soccer ball so he won't get bullied to hisemergence as the genius player who scored the greatestgoal ever - is as compelling and fancy-footed as his game

    Aleksandar Hemon, US Nat ional Book Awar d finalist and auth or of 'The Lazarus Project'