What are the best football/soccer player biographies?

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    #1I'm Not Really Here: A Life of Two Halves

    I'm Not Really Here: A Life of Two Halves
    I'm Not Really Here: A Life of Two Halves is a book written by Paul Lake. I'm Not Really Here: A Life of Two Halves was published on August 25, 2011 by Random House UK.
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    Diana Jordan
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "I'm Not Really Here: A Life of Two Halves is a very inspiring story about real-life achievements in sports. The story is well written and really gives you an in depth look at another person's life. This is a great read if you're into this genre. "
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    #2Back From the Brink: The Autobiography

    Back From the Brink: The Autobiography

    Back From the Brink: The Autobiography is a book written by Paul Mcgrath. Back From the Brink: The Autobiography was published on October 24, 2006 by Century. Back From the Brink: The Autobiography's paperback edition has 464 pages.

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    Rose Martin
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "I'm not one on biographies but this one was quite interesting. Nothing really to write home about but it does make you want to know more about the person. Excellent wording and just enough to keep one interested. "
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    #3Addicted

    Addicted

    Addicted is a book written by Tony Adams and Ian Ridley. Addicted was published on September 1, 1999. Addicted's mass market paperback edition has 384 pages.

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    Mark Walters
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "If you're a big fan of soccer and Arsenal, then this a great read about one of the greatest players. It gives very detailed and insightful thoughts about the ups and downs of being a professional soccer/football player."
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    #4Gazza: My Story

    Gazza: My Story

    Gazza : My Story is a book written by Paul Gascoigne and Hunter Davies. Gazza : My Story was published on June 6, 2005 by Headline. Gazza : My Story's paperback edition has 536 pages.

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    Sai Mehta
    Written on April 25, 2018
    "Read about the rise and fall of a soccer superstar in this personal, very detailed account of Gazza's life inside and out of soccer. An enjoyable, captivating read."
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    #5Clough: The Autobiography

    Clough: The Autobiography
    Clough: The Autobiography is a book written by Brian Howard Clough. Clough: The Autobiography was published on November 1, 1995 by Corgi. Clough: The Autobiography's paperback edition has 352 pages.
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    Phillip Davidson
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "Great read, really enjoyed cloughys thoughts and experience it was very entertaining. I would highly recommend."
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    #6Only A Game: The Diary Of A Professional Footballer

    Only A Game: The Diary Of A Professional Footballer

    Only A Game: The Diary Of A Professional Footballer is a book written by Eamon Dunphy. Only A Game: The Diary Of A Professional Footballer was published on August 1, 1987 by Penguin.

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    Peter Schultz
    Written on April 24, 2018
    "Looking at the market of football player biographies you might come across this particular book. Set in the 80s, it does tell an interesting tale about the life of a football player. However, I would not say its the best biography out there if you are interested in the genre and want to to learn more about a player's life. This book is a bit slower pace, and is not as gripping as you would expect from a more modern biography."
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    #7Keane: The Autobiography

    Keane:  The Autobiography

    Keane: The Autobiography: First Edition is a book written by Roy Keanne and Eamon Dunphy. Keane: The Autobiography: First Edition was published on September 1, 2005 by Penguin Global.

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    Debra Johnson
    Written on April 24, 2018
    "This autobiography seems more like a marathone of beautiful and inspiring events. It takes you to interesting paths. A must read."
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    #8The Second Half

    The Second Half

    The Second Half is a book written by Roy Keane and Roddy Doyle. The Second Half was published on December 16, 2014 by W&N. The Second Half's hardcover edition has 304 pages.

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    #9The Rocky Road

    The Rocky Road

    The Rocky Road is a non-fiction biography book written by Eamon Dunphy. The Rocky Road was published on 2013 by Penguin. The Rocky Road's hardcover edition has 376 pages.

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    Janet Sims
    Written on April 18, 2018
    "The Rocky road is a well written and fascinating biography about a well known football legend. It gives insight into his beginnings and provides information that is new to us all. "
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    #10Headhunters

    Headhunters

    Headhunters is a non-fiction biography book written by John King. Headhunters was published on May 7, 1998 by Vintage. Headhunters' paperback edition has 320 pages.

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    Ralph Kelly
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "It's been many years since I read this book, but I remember buying it purely because the cover art caught my attention. I remember after finishing it I felt like I had some new (terrifying) insight into the male psyche, and it disturbed me."

Summary

Best What are the best football/soccer player biographies
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1I'm Not Really Here: A Life of Two HalvesBooks 37 Paid
2Back From the Brink: The AutobiographyBooks 32 Paid
3AddictedBooks 31 Paid
4Gazza: My StoryBooks 28 Paid
5Clough: The AutobiographyBooks 26 Paid
6Only A Game: The Diary Of A Professional FootballerBooks 24 Paid
7Keane: The AutobiographyBooks 23 Paid
8The Second HalfBooks 21 Paid
9The Rocky RoadBooks 19 Paid
10HeadhuntersBooks 16 Paid
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