Open Season by Jason Akermanis

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Author
Jason Akermanis
Publisher
Hardie Grant Books
Date of release
Pages
340
ISBN
9781742701837
Binding
Paperback
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Rating
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Book review

Say what you like about Jason Akermanis—footballer, showman, show-off, troublemaker – there’s no denying that he’s made an impression in his 15 years as an AFL star player. Now, after more than 300 games, three Premierships and a Brownlow Medal, the curtain has come down on his extraordinary career. No longer restrained by contractual obligations and free to speak at last, Aker reveals a no-holds-barred look at a stellar sporting career, including behind-the-scenes details of Aker’s falling out with Leigh Matthews, his move to the Western Bulldogs, run ins with fellow players, and his thoughts on the game. Interwoven throughout is the personal story of finding and reconciling with his biological father—a married man with a family of his own who lived next door. Told with trademark honesty and passion, this tell-all memoir is a must-have for all footy fans.


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