wm-greece.info: My Story (): Steven Gerrard: Books. + Free Shipping. Sold by: Book Depository US My Story Paperback – June 28, by. Steven Gerrard - legendary captain of Liverpool and England - tells the s Published September 24th by Michael Joseph David Dewata This book focuses on the last few years of SG's life with Liverpool FC with few flashbacks here. Explosive and searingly honest, Steven Gerrard's My Story is the last word Penguin Books Limited, Sep 24, - Biography & Autobiography - pages.
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The former Liverpool midfielder on reveals all on The Slip, his favourite team- mates and 'main man' Philippe Coutinho. Steven Gerrard MBE played his final game for Liverpool Football Club after 28 years of loyalty in May His last But this is the first book that Gerrard has been able to write whilst not under contract with Liverpool. And so. So, that said, I delved into Steven Gerrard's second autobiography with a touch of trepidation. This man is a legend to the club I follow; whose.
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Published October 19, March 6, Previous Post Review: Of course Gerrard has released autobiographies in the past and some may feel they know everything there is to know about him. But this is the first book that Gerrard has been able to write whilst not under contract with Liverpool.
And so for the first time he is free to give an entirely candid and revealing account of his 20 year career at the top of English and world football. And so when we mention that his book includes reflection on his playing career and defining games, discussion on other players and managers including Luis Suarez, Brendon Rogers and Jose Mourinho and an honest account of what it takes to stay a one-club man, your ears might just prick up with a bit more interest.
After a groin injury and subsequent infections left him out of play in , Gerrard freely admits he was at a low point in his career. In this preview chapter from My Story, Gerrard discusses this setback and how his reluctant visit to psychiatrist Steve Peters helped put things back into perspective.
Chapter He lived up in the hills a long way past Oldham and Stockport. Chris Morgan and Zaf Iqbal took me because I was on crutches.
I had also needed some convincing to make the journey. I felt even more depressed at the thought I actually needed to see a psychiatrist. He had raved about Steve Peters, who was best known for his work then with cyclists like Chris Hoy and Victoria Pendleton.
Some days I could be grouchy or just a bit miserable.
Everyone had ups and downs in life, good days and bad days, and I was no different. The surest sign of my balanced approach to life was that I almost always knew the reason for a sudden dip in my mood. I could rationalize everything and get back on an even path. But after the groin, the ankle and the twin infections, everything was knotted and twisted. I still understood the real reason for my feeling so low. But I was sceptical when he mentioned a psychiatrist. The idea of me in therapy sounded pretty weird.
Chris had heard about Steve Peters from one of the Liverpool doctors, Peter Brukner, who had been blown away by an amazing presentation he had given at a conference. Wonder Goals and Injury Blues. The Chimp the Stamp and the Letter. The Leaving of Liverpool. The Slip. A Career in Numbers.
Slipping Away. Hard Facts. The Hope.