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10 thoughts on “This Is The One

  1. says:

    This is the One is Daniel Taylor s riveting account of what it was like to cover Alex Ferguson from a journalist s perspective It takes place during 05 07 It s written in Diary form, giving the reader a Fly on the wall view of a Ferguson press conference ...


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    If I had to sum up in one word, I d say fascinating Not because it was written spectacularly but because it had spectacular content.Make no mistake, I m not taking anything away from Daniel Taylor, who rose higher in my opinion with his excellent writing in this book Many a times was I pulled into it with his gripping story telling But the ultimate worth of the book lies in the criminally exclusive stuff about the legendary Ferguson And reading it all through a series of press conferences, If I had to sum up in one word, I d say fascinating Not because it was written spectacularly but because it had spectacular content.Make no mistake, I m not taking anything away from Daniel Taylor, who rose higher in my opinion with his excellent writing in this book Many a times was I pulled into it with ...


  3. says:

    A great insight into what makes the Worlds Greatest Sports Manager tick It s a glorious read thats main focus is on events off the pitch while still keeping an eye on events on the pitch.


  4. says:

    A different insight to the magnetic persona of sir Alex Ferguson, a MAN in true sense.


  5. says:

    Brilliant book about a side of Sir Alex Ferguson that we don t get to see very often.


  6. says:

    A great read and an insight into how Ferguson ticks.


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This Is The One When Manchester United Deposed Chelsea As Premiership Champions At The End Of The 2006 07 Season Sir Alex Ferguson Described It As The Greatest Achievement Of His Twenty Years In Charge A Year Earlier His Managerial Career Had Reached Its Nadir Amid Speculation He Would Be Forced Out Of Old Trafford He Was Taken To The Limit Over The Roy Keane Scandal, His Volatile Relationship With The Media, The Political Fallout Of Malcolm Glazer S Takeover And A Miserable Six Month Run In Which The Team Were Humbled In Europe, Embarrassed By The Conference Side Burton Albion And Barracked By Their Own Fans Ferguson, It Is Claimed, Came Close To Quitting But The Great Man Has Used His Inimitable Managing Skills And Bloody Minded Determination To Turn It Around Yet Again And Remind Everyone He Is Still The Most Formidable Manager In The Business.Written Over The Course Of Two Hugely Eventful, Diverse And Controversial Seasons, This Is The One Offers A Unique, Warts And All Portrait Of Ferguson From A Privileged Behind The Scenes Position As A Football Writer For The Italics Guardian , Daniel Taylor Has Been There From Day One And Seen Every Side Of Ferguson, From The Flint Faced Authoritarian To The Kind, Quick Witted Man With The Heart The Size Of The Old Trafford Trophy Room Entertaining, Revelatory, Sometimes Shocking But Always Affectionate, This Is The Close Up Look At One Of The Most Talked About Figures In Sport, In Good Times And Bad, And Culminating In The Glory Of His Ninth Title Win.