The former Watford English striker, currently at Birmingham, has chosen The Sun to preview some episodes of his difficult past collected in his book
An escaped parent, people locked in the trunk and domestic violence. And then police, raids and alcohol. In the first 33 years of Troy Deeney’s life there was already all of this, ominously condensed largely in the first half of those three decades. On Thursday the Watford striker will be released in British bookstores with “Redemption” and, for the launch campaign of his autobiography, the English striker has chosen “The Sun” to tell a small part of the incredible episodes that characterized his childhood and adolescence , obviously affecting his entire life.