The Good, the Mad and the UglyAuthor: Andy Morrison
224 pp with 16 pp colour plate section
As featured on Radio Five Live, Sky Sports and Talk Radio.
The remarkable autobiography of the most troubled footballer of modern times. Andy Morrison was a cult hero with the fans of every club he ever played for and the inspirational skipper of Plymouth Argyle, Blackpool, Huddersfield Town and Manchester City. However, away from football it was a different story as he wrestled with alcoholism, violence and personal tragedy. Morrison does not hide his problems with drink, the fights with teammates and managers, the bar brawls, the pursuit of fans who abused him, the Crown Court trial that could have seen him jailed for five years, the conviction for benefit fraud or the traumatic events that wreaked havoc on his family. This is a wholly frank and honest book, painfully so at times, a moving account of one man's demons and how he has been fighting them for the best part of three decades.
"A brilliant, no-holds-barred book"
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"A warts and all-type book"
"Forthright and compelling"
"A great read. A brutally frank book"
"A revealing insight"