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Paradise and Beyond
The Autobiography
Chris Sutton

6 1/2" x 9" • 269 pages • 8 page color photo section
ISBN 9781845023492 • hardback • $30.00

Foreword by Henrik Larsson with contributions from Martin O'Neil and Kenny Dalglish

Chris Sutton is one of the finest center-forwards of his generation. He played for Norwich, Blackburn, Chelsea and Celtic for combined transfer fees of more than £20million. His career is littered with prizes and controversy, from refusing to play for England and his disastrous season at Chelsea, to making history with Celtic and Blackburn.

In his candid autobiography, Paradise and Beyond, he lifts the lid on it all - the family torment, the gambling debts, the incident that led to him being arrested the night before his £5million record transfer fee from Norwich to Blackburn and much more. He gives his honest assessment of managers he played under such as Glenn Hoddle, Kenny Dalglish, Martin O'Neill and Luca Vialli. Sutton also opens his heart on the truth behind his controversial departure from Celtic and how he holds Gordon Strachan responsible. This book is not to be missed.

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