The long-awaited autobiography of Stuart Pearce, one of the most popular and charismatic hard men of football
In an era of superstar prima donnas, Stuart Pearce's total commitment on the pitch earned him the affection of football fans everywhere, who nicknamed him Psycho. He will forever be remembered for two penalties - one missed and scored - for England, but there is so much more to him than that. This book reveals the fascinating story of one of football's greatest personalities. PSYCHO is as honest and straightforward as the man himself.
Rightly a big seller because the former England captain has had a long and varied career and has always displayed a nice line in dry humour - David Lacey, Guardian
Unputdownable ... Pearce's honesty shines through - Sarah Edworthy, Daily Telegraph
Typically honest - Stephen Moss, Guardian
Stuart Pearce began his career at non-League Wealdstone, before signing for Coventry City. Two years later he joined Nottingham Forest and stayed there for 12 years, eventually becoming player-manager. In 1997 he moved to Newcastle United, and continued his career at West Ham United. He won 78 England caps.