A back-street boy from a broken home, a hod-carrier who became captain of Wales, a loving husband who has experienced much lonliness and many more tears, the countryman who became a huge film star, Vinne Jones has never been a one-dimensional character. At last the chance has come for him to tell his story and hit back at his critics. A player like no other, Vinnie's autobiography is like the man himself: open, honest and without fear.
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'One of the best things that has happened over the past year is Vinnie's autobiography' -- Daily Telegraph 'Beneath all the brutality there is a love story to rival any in classic literature' -- Ian Wooldridge 'Jones talks as he plays, with a forthright intensity that is never less than shudderingly honest' -- Daily Mail 'Genuinely chilling' -- Independent
About Vinnie Jones
Vinnie Jones was born in Walford in January 1965, and grew up in the Hertfordshire countryside. After a brief spell with Wealdstone, he was given his chance in League football, signing professional terms for Wimbledon and making his League debut in 1986. He went on to gain an FA Cup winner's medal in 1988. He went on to play for Leeds United, Sheffield United, Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers. He won nine caps for Wales.
Vinnie: The Autobiography by Vinnie Jones
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