Sol Campbell traces his journey from the streets of East London, the FA School of Excellence and as a millionaire footballer for Tottenham and Arsenal, through Champions League and World Cups, to widespread acclaim as one of the finest defenders to have worn the England shirt. Along the way, he was labelled a traitor and ostracised by his peers, fell out with members of his family, suffered racial and homophobic abuse, and was often misunderstood by those who claimed to know him well. His book is a frank and often blistering account of a life lived between the soaring heights of celebrity football and the despairing depths of personal trauma.A brilliant insight into the real life of a professional footballer, perfect for his many fans.This hardback book has 304 pages and measures: 24 x 16.5 x 3xm.
Used availability for Simon Astaire's Sol Campbell - The Authorised Biography
March 2014 : UK Hardback
March 2014 : UK Paperback