Peter Crouch is heading to The Potteries for a meet and greet with fans to sign copies of his new book – How to be a Footballer – this Monday 10th September
Peter Crouch is going for goal with a different spin as he releases a new book – How to be a Footballer – this month. And fans of the Stoke City forward will have the chance to meet him this Monday from 1.30pm at Hanley’s Potteries shopping centre.
The former England international, who has spent more than 20 years in professional football, and famed for being the much-loved everyman of English football, has penned his ultimate guide to being a footballer in the book which was released this week by Ebury Press.
I’ve seen the game change from pints, card schools and Renault Meganes to Louis Vuitton washbags, tattoo sleeves and Aston Martins – Peter Crouch[/quote]
Towering at 6ft 7inches, Peter is prized for his down to earth and self-deprecating humour, having famously answered the question, “What would you be if you weren’t a footballer?” with the one liner: “A virgin”.
From what Cristiano Ronaldo says when he looks at himself in the mirror in the dressing room, to footballer cars and players with so many they forget they have left a Porsche at the train station… even when their surname is incorporated in the registration plate. From tattoos, the team bus, post-match interviews and £250 haircuts that should have cost a tenner, Crouch is telling all.
Peter Crouch will be signing his latest book ‘How to be a Footballer’ on Monday 10th September from 1.30pm outside River Island. The event is ticketed, get yours here.