Today’s guest is ex-Ipswich, Newcastle, West-Ham, QPR, Middlesborough and England midfielder Kieron Dyer. Dyer has been making headlines for the last few weeks because of his new autobiography, Old Too Soon, Smart Too Late: My Story which you can get in bookstores across the UK and online.
I sat down with him to discuss some of the important topics he brings up in that book including
– his lengthy injury history and how he battled the fan abuse because of it,
– World Cup memories and why England struggle in major tournaments,
– and the sexual abuse he faced as a child and how that drastically changed his life.
He also discusses being the King of Bling and his coaching future.
Also, we have a giveaway for you all. 10 of you will be getting a free copy of Dyer’s book. We’ll be giving away these books across our social media channels here at Tifo.
First, you will be entered if you write an iTunes review, take a screenshot and send it to email, firstname.lastname@example.org
On Twitter, to enter you need to share a link of this interview, and mention me, or use the hashtag #ThisFootballLife, so I see it. You will have a higher chance of winning every time you tweet it out or retweet someone else’s link.