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    Really good recommend it to any football fan
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    From first chapter, quite gripping, well recommended!
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    Love or hate him, he's worth reading

    Whilst I'm not a huge fan of Harry Redknapp - as either a manager or a personality - his book offers a fascinating insight into the evolution of footballer mentality during the past 40 years. Harry goes into depth about his time as a youth player at West Ham, and his mini-biography of Bobby Moore and other mischievous personalities provides a surprising insight into the work hard/play hard lifestyle of the quintessential 1960s footballer. Through Harry, we discover the disparity between modern football and the sport in which he was initially tutored. In parallel to his memoirs about players, managers, owners and millionaires, Harry spends chapters absolving himself of numerous accusations and alleged wrong-doings. As a Harry-sceptic, I believe these passages leave room for outside interpretation but - like the rest of the book - the conversational prose keeps you hooked in, regardless of how much salt-pinching you do along the way. 'Always Managing' is the engaging story of one of English football's flagpole personalities, and is worth a read for any fan who loves the game and the controversy it can deliver.
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