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Nov 02, Roos rated it liked it Recommends it for: Red Devil's fans. The fact about Rio's life, as footballer and personal. Nothing special except the red devils he.. View 2 comments. Shit book. All pictures. Nothing to read. Christopher Whelan rated it really liked it Sep 03, Leonie rated it it was ok Sep 16, Lee Byrne rated it liked it Jan 05, Feb 04, Jorgen Lundgren rated it really liked it Shelves: A good read.

Down to earth player who is still playing. Liam Dougherty rated it it was amazing May 11, Waqar Ahmed rated it liked it Dec 23, Jason Clarke rated it did not like it Jul 10, Niall Jones rated it really liked it Sep 14, Ben Harvey Sporle rated it really liked it Dec 21, Neil rated it really liked it Jul 28, Dave Barlow rated it it was amazing Mar 28, Dan Osborne rated it did not like it Dec 06, Aof Thanapitch rated it did not like it May 11, Roisin rated it liked it Jun 17, Blink Publishing rated it it was amazing Jun 23, Alex rated it liked it Jun 18, Mohamed El rated it really liked it May 09, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

About Rio Ferdinand. Rio Ferdinand. Rio Gavin Ferdinand born 7 November is an English footballer. He plays at centre back for Manchester United in the Premier League and at the international level for the England national football team.

He is currently the vice-captain of the England national team and stand-in captain f Rio Gavin Ferdinand born 7 November is an English footballer. He is currently the vice-captain of the England national team and stand-in captain for Manchester United.

Known for his physical presence and composure on the ball, Ferdinand began his football career playing for various youth teams, finally settling at West Ham United where he progressed through the youth ranks and made his professional Premier League debut in He became a fan favourite, winning the 'Hammer of the Year award' the following season.

He earned his first senior international cap in a match against Cameroon in , setting a record as the youngest defender to play for England at the time. He spent two seasons at the club, becoming the team captain in He won the Premier League, his first major club honour, in a successful first season at the club. He missed a drugs test and was banned from competition for eight months, causing him to miss half a Premier League season and the Euro international competition.

Upon his return, he established himself in the Manchester United first team and received plaudits for his performances, featuring in the PFA Team of the Year three times in four years. Labours his point to demonstrate how accepting and inclusive he is which becomes a bit tedious. Absolutely no mention of his ban for failing to provide a sample for testing makes him come across as arrogant. Perhaps this helped make him a successful player, although England still failed to impress during his era.

Jun 06, Mr G King rated it it was ok. Just a teaser It was a I'm read but felt he had more to offer more in depth mortgage stories etched. Felt this was just scratching the surface of his journey. Honest and well written Rio tells you his honest storey about being a top professional football player. The book is easy to read and will enjoy people with a heart for Manchester United and a great football biography! I'm dallying between an okay book or a good one stars.

I was expecting more than it is of that "the hard truth"-kind of book involving more players and events, than the parts with John Terry and Ashley Cole. At least it was the expression I got from the papers. An easy quick read, honest and okay. It's clear that racism is a central theme in this book, and a very important matter to Rio. An important issue that unfortunately isn't analysed more deeply by him.

The language is pretty simpl I'm dallying between an okay book or a good one stars. The language is pretty simple and relaxed, I didn't expect more. Feb 20, Sami rated it it was amazing. I thoroughly enjoyed this autobiography by Rio Ferdinand. Thank you Rio for sharing. I did enjoy this biography by Footballer Rio Ferdinand who shares his thoughts on life and Football. Not the usual Football biography where behind the scenes exposes are discussed but nevertheless interesting and entertaining.

No great revelations but a reasonably quick and easy read that entertains. Slightly different take on the usual football autobiography -- more thought pieces of how Rio sees football, its personalities and the other parts of his life including his restaurant and magazine.

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He comes across as thoughtful and certainly exhibits that he has what it takes to have life outside of football especially since he's not been in QPR side for along time now!

May 04, Gary rated it liked it. I watched Rio from a young age, and have always been impressed with him as a player. The book portrays him as a caring, and socially responsible man, with much to be admired.

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However, the book itself was pretty bland, nothing exciting or even any funny anecdotes. As the rating suggests, it was OK, but nothing more. Oct 26, Liliana rated it it was amazing. Enjoyed it so much and learned quite a lot about Rio and football in general. The insight he gives about defenders and the beautiful game as well as his career, made me admire him and respect him even more.

Rio is, without a doubt, one of my all-time favorite footballers. This is a book I enjoyed to the fullest and will read again! Feb 18, Saumit Iyer rated it liked it.

If you're hoping for a complete autobiography with a structured timeline and one filled with details, this book isn't for you.

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For all those Rio fans out there who want to know more about him, this should be right up your alley. It's a collection of Rio's fond memories and candid opinions. He's as Rio as Rio can get. A must for a Rio Ferdinand fan. I liked it. Never been the biggest fan of Rio as a player but thought his book would be interesting and was not dissapointed.

Some interesting chapters and insights into the likes of genuine world class players Ronaldo and Messi etc. The John Terry chapter was also very enlighting. An interesting read for any football fan. Oct 13, Rob Mccoriston rated it liked it. A good insight into the life of a top Premier League footballer. The book would, however, have benefited from the eye of a good editor given the plethora of spelling mistakes and grammatical errors throughout.

Jul 26, Yasser Taq rated it liked it. I could have said it better than one of the reviews I read: Not bad, but read it in about 2 days. I don't think anyone helped Rio write this! Oct 16, Martin rated it liked it.

Quite a good read. Just okay. Enjoyable read and some interesting insights into football issues such as rascism and the future of football. Good guy. From Nowhere, My Story. Jamie Vardy. Arise Sir David Beckham. Gwen Russell.

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