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Football - Bloody Hell!: The Story of Alex Ferguson (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. Mai 2012

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"Compelling" (Simon Kuper Financial Times)

"Patrick Barclay traces the arc of the Scot's Govan youth to his Old Trafford supremacy with insight, sensitivity and poise" (Sports Book of the Year Sunday Telegraph)

"Thorough of research, rich of detail" (Book of the Week, Richard Williams Guardian)

"Stylishly written, admirably well-researched" (Scotsman)


Wonderful. Captures the contradictions of this complex personality as eloquently

as it elucidates his genius

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Patrick Barclay's bestselling biography of Sir Alex Ferguson - one of the greatest football managers of all time.

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HASH(0x9c1330e4) von 5 Sternen not bad, but not particularly good... 28. Mai 2011
Von Craig - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I was a little disappointed with this book.
I enjoy Paddy Barclay - he's a fantastic journalist and enjoyable to listen to on 'the game' podcast. Maybe that's why this biography disappointed me. The writing is fine, and I should admit that I continually picked the book up and read it quickly to completion. There's certainly something to be said for that. But I'm a target audience being a United supporter and admirer of Sir Alex.
Paddy seemed handcuffed writing this book.
He failed to provide any real insight into Sir Alex aside from what is common knowledge. The author made sure the reader knew that Barclay had personal interactions with Ferguson, but seemed take no position outside of the accepted view that Ferguson is successful / complicated / inconsistent et al. I'm guessing that all who read this book already knew that and were hoping for a bit more.
The book really flatlines in the final third where the author begins to recite relatively recent fixture results with, again, little analysis or insight into matters that aren't common knowledge.
The book awkwardly ends with the chapter "Where Stands He?", where Barclay compares Sir Alex with other famous managers and explains that his position in Barclay's subjective hierachy is lowerer than other managers like Stein, Clough and (even) Mourinho. It's not that Barclay is necessarily incorrect, it's just surprising that he suddenly has an opinion.
In the author's defense, Ferguson has to be about as complicated of a sporting personality to write about - but if the perspective of the story is "He's complicated" with little analysis as to why, what's the point in writing the book?
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HASH(0x9c133f54) von 5 Sternen Disappointing and a bit irritating 19. August 2013
Von Modfather - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I found this book disappointing and irritating on two fronts: content and style.
Content: This is not so much a biography of Sir Alex Ferguson as a potted history of Aberdeen and Man Utd when SAF was in charge. There's a difference that the author doesn't seem to appreciate. And as it was published in 2010 you can't expect the full history. Too much of the content is padded out with descriptions of long ago matches and league table movements that have faded interest for even a die-hard Man Utd fan like me. Frequent long passages along the lines of Giggs passed to Yorke, who chipped to Cole who headed passed the goalie, etc., tells us very little about SAF the man. For a supposed biography, there is way too little description of the life and doings of SAF, and not enough insight to what makes him tick, and what there is is often referenced from another author's biography.
Style: One thing in particular annoys me about the writing style of this author. Time and again he starts a sentence, then after only half a clause he has an oh-by-the-way moment and goes off on a tangent before returning sometime later to finish what he started. By that time, I've often become so lost in the rambling tangential information that I have to reread the start of the sentence to see what the end is about. If this literary device was infrequent it could be excused, but Barclay uses it over and over and over again, to the annoyance of this reviewer - so annoyed that it has spoiled my enjoyment of the book. I was also irritated by the mangled quotation `the truth that dare not speak its name'.
Conclusion: Not a page-turner, but useful if you're such a fan of Sir Alex that you want this book as a component of a complete set of reference material about him.
HASH(0x9c1339f0) von 5 Sternen Ferguson the Man 9. April 2012
Von Sean P. Hogan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Very honest look at Alex Ferguson story,more so then Alex owen book. I would say it is more acurate with dates and happenings then you will fined in his book.Great inside to the great man and what makes him tick.Talks to people who got on well with him, and also to a lot of people who did not.So you can see that it is not sugar coated in favour of Alex, he is what he is that what makes him the man and the Great Manager that we know. GOOD READ.
HASH(0x9c133fe4) von 5 Sternen brilliant 7. Oktober 2013
Von Aadam - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Really good, detailed account of the greatest manger of all time. Gives a through overview of his career and legacy
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