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Alex Ferguson: My Autobiography

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9 reviews for Alex Ferguson: My Autobiography

  1. Ritesh Kumar (Verified Purchase)

    Great book, must read for any football fan. Received in good condition.

  2. Krishna Paul (Verified Purchase)

    Awesome read…got me inspired to start watching club football and soccer in general. It’s great to get a peep into one of the great minds in modern day soccer. Especially his take on some players- great ones and the not-so- great ones and what it takes to build a world class A team, is amazing.

  3. Kapil Kumar (Verified Purchase)

    Amazing book, was always looking forward to read it some day. Although I feel the quality of paper on the cover could have been a little bit better.
    Can’t complain much.

  4. Arshad Khan (Verified Purchase)

    If you follow the English League, this is a must read. Sir Alex’s fallout with Roy Keane is interesting. You get all the important insights of this great legend and his days at Man Utd….

  5. Amit Gautam (Verified Purchase)

    Wonderful book. Could have been better if SAF has been more open to criticise his failure. He is more lenient on his success and i think only a biography like that of Steve Jobs would have given a better critical view of his approaches to the game of football. Still a worthwhile book even for management students.

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