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Match Fit: An Exploration of Mental Health in Football​

Match Fit: An Exploration of Mental Health in Football

By Johnnie Lowery

An element of the game not talked about, this book takes a thorough dive into the subject with input from former professionals, such as Chris Kirkland and Paul Lambert.

Millie Farrow: Brave Enough Not to Quit: How I Realised My Football Dream

Brave Enough Not to Quit: How I Realised My Football Dream

By Millie Farrow, Katie Field

In Brave Enough Not to Quit, Millie speaks from the heart about her mental-health issues and injuries, while her friends, England stars Fran Kirby and Emile Heskey, share their experiences in highly personal interviews with Millie.

Mark Clattenburg: Whistle Blower: My Autobiography

Whistle Blower: My Autobiography

By Mark Clattenburg

Mark Clattenburg found himself in the centre circle at the start of 450 Premier League matches during a 13-year career in English football’s top flight.

Martin O' Neill: On Days Like These

On Days Like These: The Incredible Autobiography of a Football Legend

By Martin O’Neill

Written by Martin himself with his trademark honesty and humour, On Days Like These is an insightful and captivating autobiography from a true icon of football.

Micah Richards: The Game: Player. Pundit. Fan

Micah Richards: The Game: Player. Pundit. Fan

By Micah Richards

Ever wondered what really goes on inside a Premier League dressing room, what it’s like to train under Roy Hodgson, Roberto Mancini and Fabio Capello – and what happens when you kick a sandwich at one of them?

Here Micah shares his funniest and frankest stories from on and off the pitch; arriving at his first England training session with two left boots, attempting to supervise the infamous Mario Balotelli or winding up Roy Keane on Super Sunday. 

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