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Dyer Book Serialisation Starts Sunday
Saturday, 10th Feb 2018 17:43

The serialisation of former Blue Kieron Dyer’s long-awaited autobiography, Old Too Soon, Smart Too Late, starts in tomorrow’s Mail on Sunday which also features an interview with the England international.

The serialisation continues with further extracts in the Daily Mail on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week.

Old Too Soon, Smart Too Late, which was written with national newspaper journalist Oliver Holt, relates how a generation of talented English footballers, taken out of working class childhoods and presented with a world of glitz, glamour, wealth and temptation, failed to cope with the riches that were presented to them, and often fell apart. The book is available for pre-order here.

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obliquewordsmith added 18:02 - Feb 10
Hmm. Fascinating as I'm sure it is, giving a penny to that disgusting rag would be a penny too much.
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dukey44 added 18:02 - Feb 10
Hahahaha we played that poor today they advertise the release of a former players book an hr after the game that sums Ipswich Town at this moment in time hahahaha
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ronnyd added 18:06 - Feb 10
Hmmm, Daily Fail, totally awful paper.
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bluearmy81 added 18:07 - Feb 10
Wonder if he still burns 20 pound notes in front of people like he used to.
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WirralBlue added 20:01 - Feb 10
The only thing I would do with the Daily Fail is to burn it
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MVBlue added 22:00 - Feb 10
A lot of negative posts here, but hes one of our own and this looks interesting. I'm sure there will be lots about Ipswich within the book, and expect it was his rise as he left us where his bad choices started as he left his home town and partied in the North.
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superblues9 added 00:22 - Feb 11
Nice bloke for all negative comments did anyone ever meet the bloke ? I meet him on a hospital visit years ago seeing kids in the kids ward nice bloke you give many teenagers millions of pounds and a life up north most people would be out partying chucking money around as I think the book goes into doesn’t it pity he didn’t make a playing return to town sooner than he did kept the club going and the money they spent from the proceeds of his sale to Newcastle kept the club going and got us promoted the following year !
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Seasider added 16:12 - Feb 11
Like you obliquewordsmith I am not a fan of the Daily Mail,if it was any other paper I would forked out a few bob ;but not for the English version of Pravda,only the other end of the spectrum.
I am pleased for Keiron though.
Off message,I am also pleased that the Mirror Group is taking over the Star and Express,which will lessen the right wing bias in the Press which currently exists.
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