This book collects a series of interviews with famous, predominantly Victorian, Australian Rules Football players and coaches. Most of the player interviews are very similar all emphasising the importance of hard work and dedication to the cause. Jim Stynes proved to be the most interesting player due to his unusual background (originating in Ireland) and the controversial incident where he ran over the mark in the 1987 Preliminary Final. The coach interviews proved far more fascinating, Allan Jeans and Mick Malthouse being my personal favourites, as they provided greater insights into the game, different strategies employed to be successful and the psychology of various players in their teams. A definite must for any fan of Australian Rules Football.