A member of Wimbledon's infamous "Crazy Gang" whose wild pranks hit the headlines, battles with managers and falsely accused of attacking a taxi driver, Dennis Wise has had an eventful career and personal life.
In his autobiography, he documents his "Crazy Gang" days and his ten years at Chelsea.
Included are inside stories and Wise's own frank views on key football figures such as Vinnie Jones, Glenn Hoddle, Terry Venables and Paul Gascoigne.
He presents a no-holds-barred approach as he talks about his professional and private life.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 256 pages, portraits
- Publisher: Pan Macmillan
- Publication Date: 06/10/2000
- Category: Biography: sport
- ISBN: 9780752217192
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Review by jigwagigiggs
Surprisingly good read by a man despised the length and breadth of the country by most fans who dont follow the teams he played for. This book is a far cry from the spiky on pitch character, and highly complimentary to team mates and opponents alike. An amusingly entertaining account of the crazy Gangs dressing room, and to cap off a fine read, Wise only bad mouths one person Lawrie McMenemy..........cant fault the man for that!.