Titus O'Reilly uses history and humour in equal measure to explain why we forgive appalling behaviour by sporting stars over and over and over again. Whether you love or hate sport this book is a must read. It's hysterical stories are the jumping off point for a forensic breakdown of how crisis management is the saviour of the Good Bloke in our society. By the end you will understand the cult of the Melbourne Cup, the Essendon Supplements Saga and the Cricket Ball Tampering crisis, and you will have thoroughly enjoyed every moment of being enlightened.
I am not that sporty but I loved it