[PDF] ✍ Be Careful What You Wish For By Simon Jordan – Writerscompany.co.uk

Be Careful What You Wish For Ever Dreamed Of Owning Your Boyhood Football Club Be Careful What You Wish For Simon Jordan Grew Up A Stone S Throw From Crystal Palace Football Club As A Boy He Used To Break Into The Palace Ground For A Kick About On The Hallowed Turf On Leaving School He Entered The Mobile Phone Business By The Age Of Thirty Two, He D Built A Company From Nothing, Sold It For 75 Million And Bought His Childhood Club By The Age Of Forty Two Palace Was In Administration And Jordan Had Lost Nigh On Everything Be Careful What You Wish For Lifts The Lid On The Owner S Story And Reveals For The First Time How The National Game Really Works Jordan Spares No One, Least Of All Himself, As He Takes Us Inside A World Where Hopes And Aspirations Sit Alongside Greed, Self Interest, Overpriced Players, Dodgy Transfers And Top Level Incompetence He Doesn T Hold Back.Breathtakingly Honest, Highly Controversial, Humorous And Full Of Jaw Dropping Anecdotes, Be Careful What You Wish For Is Far Than A Football Book It Is A Social Commentary On The Culture Of Great Wealth And Ambition A Shakespearean Tragedy That Exposes The Dark Side Of Chasing A Dream One Of The Best Football Books You Will Ever Read Birmingham Post


10 thoughts on “Be Careful What You Wish For

  1. says:

    This best selling autobiography will stagger you at the greed, dishonesty, pettiness, and stupidity of a large percentage of the footballing fraternity A well written and best selling page turning read.The GR blurb Ever dreamed of owning your


  2. says:

    If you have gone and watched your football team play against Crystal Palace in the last decade, chances are you would have chanted Simon Jordan is a w nker alongside 10,000 or so of your fellow fans at the top of your lungs.Perhaps this is not the best


  3. says:

    Jordan serves as a refreshing antidote to the hypocrisy, greed, and self serving agendas that pervade the modern game He can be blunt, forthright, and uncompromising While these are not qualities I normally find particularly endearing in a person, I really admire


  4. says:

    Very enjoyable and interesting read for anyone who loves the game You don t have to be a Palace fan to enjoy it, nor do you have to be particularly fond of Simon Jordan While we do get to learn about how he built his multi million pound fortune, the majority of the book is


  5. says:

    This is an enthralling read and one that football fans of any club should enjoy This is an autobiography of Simon Jordan It recounts his early business life and certainly brings across his personality and passion The character and passion of the author, as well as his humour, made t


  6. says:

    SuperbI wanted not to like this guy He, so I thought, is cocky arrogant etc But I was absolutely grilled by the narrative from the beginning Found myself warming greatly to Mr Jordan, and his exposay of the shabby world of football I d highly recommend this book


  7. says:

    Fascinating to receive insight on the business side of football I think Simon Jordan was out of his depth when it came to football ownership


  8. says:

    A bluntly honest personal assessment of his successes and failures as well as an intriguing insight into the day to day world of a football club Excellent read


  9. says:

    Simon Jordan, mobile phone king, perma tanned, loud, silly suits This was the image the football world was confronted with when Jordan became the youngest ever owner of a football team at the age of thirty two He then talked a lot, somehow mistaking the business world with how soccer worked Good luck with that was the pop


  10. says:

    I actually read this book over a period of two weeks during my lunch break at a local bookstore My perception of Simon Jordan has changed after reading this book as the personality painted by the media is very different from the one shown in this book Simon takes us on a brief journey through his childhood and how he made his milli


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