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Kevin Keegan is one of the greatest players in English football history Throughout his career as a player and manager he was famed for his style on the pitch and his passion for the game, which he shared with his fans InMy Life in Football, Keegan tells the story of his life, from the streets of Doncaster to signing for Liverpool under Bill Shankly, where he won three First Division titles, two UEFA Cups, a European Cup and the FA Cup before moving to Hamburg, where he won the Bundasliga as well as the Ballon d Or twice After retiring, Keegan enjoyed a legendary five year spell as manager at Newcastle United, during which the club was promoted to the Premier League and then finished runners up in the top flight, not once but twice InMy Life in Football, Keegan tells the full story of the glorious highs but also the pain of managing England and his unhappy return to Newcastle for a short lived second tenure Brilliant, funny, passionate, deeply moving and incredibly honest,My Life in Football is the full story of an incredible journey from miner s son to being crowned King Kev by his adoring fans This audiobook includes a bonus feature interview with the author, Kevin Keegan

13 thoughts on “My Life in Football: The Autobiography (Audio Download): Kevin Keegan, Ric Jerrom, Macmillan Digital Audio: Audible Audiobooks

  1. Chris Chris says:

    Fantastic book Keegan is nothing short of the Messiah A very honest man and as a lifelong Newcastle fan I found part of the book hard to read of badly this legend was treated by the current regime One of the reasons Keegan is loved by us is because he is one of us and wants the same as us and that is a team that tries and plays entertaining football I would give anything to go back to the days under Keegan Forget the trophies I would settle to watch the football We were amazing under Keegan.

  2. flashg flashg says:

    Excellent autobiography Kev tells it as is in Football today no punches pulled especially at his beloved Newcastle United under the shambolic ownership of Mike Ashley and his gang of Chronies who haven t got a clue how to run a football club and are hated by all the supporters But loved reading about his days at Liverpool and Hamburg and playing for England and how he met his wife Jean and bringing up a family and of course his dear old Dad who was his no1 fan, very funny stories throughout highly recommended read

  3. bigmuzza bigmuzza says:

    A decent enough light read if you have nothing better to do.The problem with all football people who played to a very decent level is the samieness of each story.The obvious restrictions on what he can say about Ashley,Jimenez and wise is obvious.That would make a great warts and all read if he wasn t sacred of losing millions, and who can blame him.Overall just an ok ish read, from a top player and decent manager.

  4. Jamie Brogden Jamie Brogden says:

    I have read the negative reviews of sameness and its restrictions due to possible libel Read this book for what it is, a good insight to his perm, the baseball bat incident and gaining a few pounds later in the story Enjoy.

  5. Paul Farrer Paul Farrer says:

    A very honest account of life in football as a player and manager, showing the good and bad sides Maybe a good or very bad read if you are a Newcastle fan, but could give you a better insight into what goes on behind the scenes in this now multi million pound business Also shows you need a bit of luck on the the way to make it to the highest level.Very


    Up there as one of the best autobiographies I have read, leaving me with a better understanding of the man himself and greater liking and respect for his personality and achievements Well paced and well structured top marks to Daniel Taylor , plenty of insights and anecdotes, and full of Keegan s searing honesty, intelligence and humour, with a touch of arrogance mixed in.The final chapters recounting his second spell as Newcastle manager are particularly revealing, and confirm both his integrity and the view that the club are one of the the worst examples of a vanity purchase by someone with money to burn but no emotional attachment, with the supporters paying the price for the last decade Highly recommended.

  7. Ammandev Bajwa Ammandev Bajwa says:

    As a football enthusiast, I absolutely LOVE learning about some of the legends of the game and Keegan fits into that category for sure He s the product of a great scouting story and sheds some light on one of the best managers of all time in Shankley at Liverpool Then, to hear about his forage into Europe and his managerial stints at Newcastle, Fulham and City shows how the game has developed within that time, and is very revealing on a time which has been inflated by the media He doesn t hold back, is brutally honest and it makes for an intriguing book.

  8. Ian Ian says:

    This is a great read about a true legend of the game It looks at the playing and managerial career of Kevin Keegan so it is fast moving and jammed packed with information Truly a great read about a great of the football game.

  9. Bobby B Bobby B says:

    Kevin Keegan is a true great and a genuinely honest guy.

  10. paul paul says:

    An enjoyable read

  11. Alexander Shteinberg Alexander Shteinberg says:

    Man,Keegan was a hero of mine growing up in the 70s..what can I possibly dislike,he d done it all as a player and most as a manager and has many great stories to share.It s an honest view on all things he experienced.Certainly not a boring read

  12. William Lake William Lake says:

    A must read for any Newcastle fan, or any fan of football, period Keegan pulls no punches recounting an amazing career.

  13. Thomas Bennett Thomas Bennett says:

    Very honest and humble account if a great man and footballer