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  • Published: 12 November 2020
  • ISBN: 9781473584112
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 368

Goodbye to All Cats

(Wodehouse Pick-Me-Up)

Inspired by his hit podcast, Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher explores the games that have shaped his love of football - as a player, as a pundit and as a fan. Featuring unique insights into his own playing career, forensic analysis of the game, and Carra's trademark humour and honesty, he celebrates the joys of the greatest game.

'Essential reading for players, fans and coaches' - Steven Gerrard
'A cracking read' - Chris Evans
'I couldn't put it down' - Joey Barton

What are the greatest games ever played?

From Jurgen Klopp to Gary Neville, Xavi to David Beckham, Jamie Carragher speaks with teammates, rivals, managers and legends of the sport to identify and analyse football's greatest encounters.

As Carra and his contributors take you into the dressing rooms and out onto the pitches of the world's most celebrated stadiums, they relive some of the defining moments of their playing careers as well as many more from the greatest football matches ever played - from title deciders and cup finals to against-all-odds comebacks, tactical masterclasses and old school classics.

Packed full of hilarious stories, exclusive anecdotes and refreshing appraisals, in The Greatest Games Jamie Carragher takes you into the heart of these matches, revealing new insights into the teams, players and coaches that have shaped football.

  • Published: 12 November 2020
  • ISBN: 9781473584112
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 368

About the author

Jamie Carragher

Jamie Carragher was born on 28 January 1978 and after making his way through Liverpool's youth ranks, made his début for the first team aged eighteen. He has now racked up more than 500 appearances for his hometown club, playing in every position across the back line as well as in midfield before becoming the first-choice central defender under Rafa Benítez.

Carra was part of the Liverpool team that won the Treble of the FA Cup, League Cup and UEFA Cup in 2001, the League Cup in 2003 and the FA Cup again in 2006. His greatest success came as a Champions League winner in 2005, when Carra also captained the Reds to European Super Cup success. He won thirty-four caps for England before retiring from international football.

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Praise for Goodbye to All Cats

A fresh insight into classic games. Essential reading for players, fans and coaches.

Steven Gerrard

I couldn't put it down. Great insight into some iconic football matches.

Joey Barton

A cracking read.

Chris Evans

Great read

John Barnes

A great book.

Piers Morgan

An amazing book. A football lover's dream.

Adrian Durham

A terrific book. I would recommend anybody who loves football to read it from cover to cover. They won't be able to put it down.

Gary Newbon

'Eleven games of the most dramatic and high-octane quality. An extremely thoughtful, well-analysed, and relatable read'

The Sportsman

Great read.

Didi Hamann

Jaimie Carragher is doing what he enjoys best: opining about modern football, tactical nuance and Liverpool FC

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