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Jamie writes about his life, from the early days of him being an Everton fan, to the transition across Liverpool, to the famous night in Istanbul. His honest and upfront outlook on his experiences will no doubt carry when he becomes a coach.
If you're looking for a footballers autobiography who treads the line set by his agent or the publisher, this isn't the book, 100% honest, no matter who he upsets or pleases.
I often look forward to the photos and pictures that traditionally break up the writing in the book, with three sets of photos including family life, England and his Liverpool career. But this shouldn't distract from the main feature of the book, I would recommend this to any Liverpool fan. A good read.