5 football autobiographies one could read while all the leagues face suspension amidst the coronavirus outbreak in the world.
The COVID-19’s threat has caused suspensions across all European football leagues in the world. The English FA in the latest update has further extended the suspension to April 30th/
So, without any footballing action since more than a week, there is little a football addict can look out for. Hence, we have decided to suggest an alternate while the live-action is at a halt.
Moreover, since most of the world is either in self-isolation or quarantine, there is something for the fans to do, in this time of health distress in the world.
The Sportsrush is going to suggest 5 football autobiographies of most iconic stars in the history of the game so that one can read and remain in the touch of the game, while the league is suspended till the spread of the Coronavirus slows down in Europe.
1. Managing my Life: My Autobiography and Alex Ferguson: My Autobiography
The legendary Manchester United manager is loved by his fans and adored by the rivals, Sir Alex Ferguson was a hard man to ignore while he was in the business.
The manager who took Manchester United to the top of Europe and made it the only English side to win the treble. The story of Alex Ferguson is iconic and what could be better than two parts of it.
So, he has authored two books on himself, the first one being “Managing my life: My Autobiography” and the second one was Alex Ferguson: My Autobiography.
The first one covers the events of his life before the turn of the century and the second one is from 2000-2013. The second got a lot of fame, in which he called Steven Gerrard not a top top player and dissed Jordan Henderson.
Whereas, touted Phil Jones to be the top defender in future, which never happened. But both books cover the illustrious career of SAF and he talked about how made it last long for so many years.
Therefore, if you have not read it yet then its the perfect time to know the greatest Premier League manager up and close. Meanwhile, if you have already read them then it is not a bad idea to re-read it.