Ian Rush is one of the greatest goal scorers of all time. This will be his full and long-awaited autobiography and as such its publication this autumn will be a key event in sports publishing. In it 'Rushie', one of Liverpool's most revered and long-standing players, reveals in depth the trials and triumphs of his career, playing under such great Liverpool managers as Shankly, Paisley, Fagan, Dalglish and Evans; and his thoughts and feelings about fellow players John Barnes, Jamie Redknapp and Robbie Fowler. Aside from Liverpool, Rush takes a frank look at his time playing for home country Wales, where he is the record goal scorer. It will also deal with his views on the game and where it is heading, as well as his own future after playing in the FA Cup Final when he leaves Liverpool at the end of the 1996 season.
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About the Author
Ken Gorman has become one of Britain’s leading sportswriters over the past thirty years. Beginning his career with the Western Mail, Cardiff, he moved to the Journal, Newcastle upon Tyne, and then to the Daily Express and the Daily Star. He has reported international football and rugby union extensively across Europe and was the inaugural winner of the year Northern Sportswriter Of The Year Award.