From the publisher:
He is the larger-than-life figure who bounced back from rejection at 16 and graduated from parks pitches to become a Premier League goalkeeper, and later represent his country. Paddy Kenny's career was certainly not straightforward... just like his life.
In his autobiography, Kenny lifts the lid on his time on and off the football field - including dressing-room rucks, being beaten for the Premier League's most famous goal and having his eyebrow bitten off in a curry house, just days before he faced Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney and Manchester United.
This is Kenny's story... and the gloves are well and truly off.
Paddy Kenny is a former goalkeeper who played over 600 professional games for clubs including Sheffield United, Leeds United and Queens Park Rangers. He won promotion to the Premier League with the Blades and QPR, and earned seven senior caps for the Republic of Ireland national team.
Danny Hall is a sports journalist at The Star newspaper in Sheffield. He's a three-time winner of the 'sports journalist of the year award' and covered Sheffield United's promotion seasons in 2016/17 and 2018/19. His other books include 'He's one of our own', 'Our Time' and 'We're not going to Wembley'. Follow him on Twitter: @dannyhall04.
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