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Recommended football manager and player biographies and autobiographies. Read about their exciting and sometimes controversial careers in football management and their playing days.

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Savage!: The Robbie Savage Autobiography
For the last 16 years, Savage has carved out a reputation as a hardman and wind-up merchant with an unerring ability to grab a headline. From deliberately getting Tottenham's Justin Edinburgh sent off in a Wembley Cup final to the 'Jobbiegate' row with referee Graham Poll and the bust-ups with John Toshack, Rio Ferdinand, Graeme Souness and Paul Jewell, the list is endless.

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Mr Unbelievable
At the heart of this success is free-wheeling pundit and roving reporter extraordinaire, Chris "Kammy" Kamara, the former footballer-turned-manager-turned-cult hero who has astounded and dumbfounded a legion of armchair fans with his crackpot catchphrases, hyperactive reporting style and Lionel Richie haircut. Mr Unbelievable is his rags to riches tale. As a player, Kammy trawled football's outposts with the likes of Bradford City, Stoke City and Portsmouth

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Farewell But Not Goodbye - Commemorative Edition
Sir Bobby Robson died on the morning of 31 July 2009. Revered in Newcastle and the North East, he was a man who enjoyed phenomenal popularity, and touched so many people with his sincerity and passion for the game of football. From his playing days with Fulham and West Brom in the 1950s and 60s, to his twenty England caps and his brilliant management career, Bobby Robson inspired generations of fans.

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Managing My Life: The Autobiography
When considering the public face of Sir Alex Ferguson--the unsmiling, world-beating football manager who has taken just about all the honours the British game has to offer--it is difficult to imagine that he grew up as the son of a ship builder on the banks of the Clyde in Glasgow. Yet Ferguson's story is much the same as many others who have made it to the top in the sport: a boy with talent who rose above the expectations of his working-class background to become a household name throughout the world.

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Cloughie: Walking on Water
Brian Clough, arguably Britainís greatest ever football manager, died in September 2004 at the age of 69. His passing was marked by a minuteís silence at both the Derby County and Nottingham Forest grounds and provoked a wave of tributes from across the sporting spectrum. A memorial service due to be held at Derby Cathedral had to be moved to Pride Park to accommodate the fansí demand for tickets.

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Harry Redknapp: The Biography
Harry Redknapp is one of the biggest and best-loved characters in English football. From West Ham to Bournemouth, Portsmouth to Tottenham, legions of fans regard him as one of the game's true legends. Signing for West Ham United as a 17-year-old in 1964, Redknapp went on to make 149 top-flight appearances for the club. In 1972 he moved to Bournemouth and played 101 times before returning in 1982 to take up his first coaching role, as asststant manager, stepping up to take the reins as manager after helping the club avoid relegation from the Football League.

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