Kieran Donaghy has been one of the most influential, charismatic and successful Gaelic football players of the last dozen years, winning four All Ireland senior medals and three All Stars as well as being Footballer of the Year. Brimming with honesty, insight and humour, this is one of the most engaging Irish sports books of recent times.
This is the unique and entertaining autobiography of a man who took the good, bad and ugly of his football life on the chin, shrugged it off and ended up having the last laugh. A former Player of the Year, Steve Nicol is one of the last remaining LFC legends of the glorious '80s era to write his book, but it is worth the wait for Kopites.
One of the most successful hurlers in Irish sporting history, this story, written by the award-winning Christy O'Connor, lifts the lid on what motivates a winner of nine All-Ireland titles and four All-Star awards. And for anyone who has ever wondered what makes the Kilkenny club such a success machine, Jackie Tyrrell provides some answers.
A popular and successful footballer, manager and now pundit and media personality, Peter Reid reveals all about his successes and failures in the game, from his humble beginnings growing up on Merseyside to reaching the highest level with club and country.