Forget the latest bestsellers or Booker Prize winners! Our book club gets stuck into the true classics of the literary world - footballers' autobiographies.
Every week, our book club of comedy writers shun classic prose for ex-pros by reading another obscure footballer's autobiography. Perfect for those who like their reading a little less Jane Austen, a little more Charlie Austin.
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It's the final episode of Series 2 and joining us to read Arsenal and England legend David Seaman's 'Safe Hands' is comedian and impressionist Josh Berry.
Written in the year 2000, 'Safe Hands' tells the story of David's career so far, including Euro 96, winning the double with Arsenal and the...
This week we're heading back to Scotland to read Rangers legend Barry Ferguson's 2006 autobiography 'Blue: The Life and Times of Barry Ferguson'.
Features Barry trying to win back the Rangers fans after his controversial move to Blackburn, getting into tussles with his best mate the gardener and...
This week The Football Book Club invite author, filmmaker and Vice legend Oobah Butler to join the book club. And at his request, they're reading Southampton God Matt Le Tissier's 2009 book 'Taking Le Tiss'.
Contains Matt single-handedly saving Southampton year after year, Ronan Keating's Charity...