Alan made his Fulham debut at 17 and played over 200 games for the club. He then signed for Spurs in 1964 and won the FA Cup, League Cup and UEFA Cup, plus 35 England caps, including the historic 1970 World Cup quarter-final against West Germany in which he scored the opening goal. A final spell at Fulham featured an amazing cup run to Wembley, alongside his great friend Bobby Moore.
Mullers then became a manager, notably with Brighton, with whom he achieved two promotions in a three season spell, then Charlton, Crystal Palace, QPR and Brighton again. He is now a successful TV soccer pundit on TV and radio.
In his official Autobiography, Alan Mullery’s life-long passion for football is matched by an endless stream of fascinating anecdotes about the players and places that have filled his life. Bobby Moore, Pele, Johnny Haynes, George Cohen, Dave Mackay, Jimmy Greaves and Georgie Best. These legends and many more populate the tales that make up Alan's football life, as told by one of the game’s great story-tellers.
From the war-torn streets of London, to the great soccer arenas of the world, the Alan Mullery story is packed with non-stop action and every human emotion. Violence. Frustration. Laughter. Triumph.
They all play a part in the adventures of Alan Mullery MBE.
'Book of the Week'
'Boils off the pages.' Book of The Week… SUNDAY TIMES
'A remarkable story.' GLORIA HONEYFORD, HEAVEN & EARTH SHOW, BBC 1
'This is a proper book.' CHRIS EVANS
'A fine book… a really good read.' CAPITAL GOLD RADIO
'Wonderfully outspoken, controversial and entertaining.' ETC MAGAZINE