“The best autobiography title I’ve come across for years!”
Paul Hawksbee, talkSPORT.
“Duxbury tells the story of this momentous [85/86] campaign and puts into context the attributes and flaws that made the team so frustrating under Ron Atkinson. Laconic, revealing and unpretentious – and it provides much important detail about an era of permanent transition at Old Trafford. An impressive document about life in English football in the 80s.”
“Duxbury is one of those unsung heroes, a player who seldom captures the headlines, but makes a huge contribution to his team. An enjoyable read over its 256 pages as it was not one of those autobiographies that you knew what was coming before you turned the page and certainly not one filled with over the top quotes and hard to believe tales. In all honesty, the book is simply like the player himself, it gives you what you want and what you expect. Add it to your Christmas list.”
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