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Left Field. By Graeme Le Saux, Harper Sport, €28

27th October, 2007

Left Field. By Graeme Le Saux, Harper Sport, €28

Many football autobiographies are predictable affairs, with the subject usually subtly portrayed as the all-conquering hero whose popularity is as enormous as it was inevitable. In this respect, Graeme Le Saux’s autobiography breaks some sort of a mould.

Le Saux, by his own admission, had a tough time of it as a player. Despite being heterosexual, he was the object of homophobic abuse from...

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