Read 100s and most of them listed above.
My top 10.
RED CARD ROY (Roy McDonough) - Lower league legend in England. Really funny, goes into depth about the drinking and shagging culture of playing in the lower league's in England back in the 70s and 80's. Good football read too. Most of my mates enjoyed this one after I mentioned it to them.
CONFESSIONS OF A HIGHLAND HERO (Steve Paterson) - Another gripping read. A shame how the guy never learned from the same mistakes he kept making. Obviously had problems in his home life from an early age but never the less a great read.
BUDGIE (John Burridge) - Not a great lover of the guy having had dealings with him in Non-League down in England but I really enjoyed his book. The guy is a total nutcase but he admits it himself. He was years ahead of himself in the terms of fitness regimes and sports science but another interesting book.
NO HALF MEASURES (Graeme Souness) - This was Souness's first autiobiography just after he took over at Rangers. As usual Souey doesn't sit in the fence. Some good stuff about how Liverpool were successful during his playing days there.
OLLIE (Ian Holloway) - Another enjoyable read. Written typically in Holloway's mad sense of humour. Goes in depth about his playing career then going into management and how. tough it was bringing up two deaf daughters in the process. Very funny in parts but deadly serious too.
GET THE SHEEP OFF THE PITCH (Phil Staley) - I guarentee no one in Scotland will have heard of him but the guy was a North West of England and North Wales legendary Non-League manager. Tells his managerial career which was colourful. Full of tells of threatening to knock out ref's (seen him do it one day at Stalybridge), playing ringers and generally what a glamorous life it was managing in non-league football back in the 80s & 90's. Just a short book of about 150 pages so its not a big read. You can get on Amazon for about £3.
OH JOEY (Joey Jones) - Joey played in Liverpool's first European Cup success in 1977. A Liverpool fan from North Wales, he lived the dream playing for his boyhood club but two seasons after winning the European Cup he was back playing with his local club Wrexham wondering where it all went wrong. Spells with Chelsea and Huddersfield followed, Joey described how it wasn't such a glamorous life playing for clubs like that back then before ending up in the lower leagues scrapping for a living.
THE DEREK FERGUSON STORY - Not just about his time at Rangers but he goes in-depth about his journeyman career and should be of interests to guys that follow the lower divisions in Scotland and in Northern Ireland too.
TAXI FOR FARRELL (David Farrell) - Another book of Scottish interest. The guy tells about his hard luck football story where not much seems to have gone for him over the years. Again this should interest anyone with an interest of the lower divisions up here.
STAN THE MAN - (Stan Bowles) - As the title says Stan was some man. He was legendary player in the 70s with QPR who vice was gambling. Again, a very funny book which tells some great tales about one of the great English players that never fulfilled his potential.
I also recommend Stan Ternent's book 'Stan the Man A Hard life in football', The Crazy Gang which was written by Dave Bassett & Wally Downes about Wimbledon's rise up the football league which was brilliant and Neil Redfearn's autobiography 'There's only one Neil Redfearn'