'There are no writers who have been as close to Welsh football as Chris over the last ten years. It is a story that's worth telling, worth reading and definitely worth enjoying! It's been a story to remember – and one worth waiting for.’
Ashley Williams, Wales captain, from his Foreword
‘A must-read for anyone with an interest in Welsh football, and how a country that has always produced great players,
finally produced a team with the quality and the unity to reach a first major tournament since 1958.’
Sam Wallace, Chief Football Writer, The Telegraph
An absorbing and essential book by Wales’ best football journalist. Chris Wathan’s reputation is built on doing journalism’s hard yards to provide the real, inside stories behind the headlines: building up a rich network of contacts and investigating events, not merely reporting them."
Ian Herbert, Chief Sportswriter, The Independent
‘Well-informed insight into Wales' rollercoaster ride to the Euros. Chris Wathan writes with authority and sensitivity. The devastating chapter on Gary Speed's death is deeply moving"
Henry Winter, The Times
'Wonderful, I loved it. Only someone with Wathan's access to the team and unrivalled football knowledge could have written a book like this. It will be cherished by Welsh football fans for many years to come. You've done Welsh
football proud. A superb achievement.'
Elis James, Comedian, Actor and Welsh football obsessive