Beckham gets booked

In a year in which sports stars' autobiographies seemed to appear on a weekly basis, it was difficult to keep up with all the revelations, tabloid serialisations and glossy magazine spreads.

25th December, 2004

In a year in which sports stars' autobiographies seemed to appear on a weekly basis, it was difficult to keep up with all the revelations, tabloid serialisations and glossy magazine spreads.

It seems that everyone who was anyone on a sports field wanted to reveal intimate details of their lives, and the lives of their team-mates.

Some of the most high-profile books of the year were those of Stan Collymore and Paul Gascoigne, both of...

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