“A bracing (and funny) antidote to the cynicism infecting modern sports, Chuck Culpepper’s Bloody Confused is a love letter to fandom.”
“The American sporting landscape is littered with bad trades; consider this the latest: We get Beckham, but they get Culpepper. Thankfully, with Bloody Confused! we get our man back on loan, if only for a couple hundred of the most splendid pages you’ll have the pleasure of reading all year.”
—Mike Vaccaro, author of 1941: The Greatest Year in Sports
“Chuck Culpepper is the best, most perceptive sportswriter on two continents.”
“What a joy this book is. Chuck Culpepper’s wonderful touch brings every page alive with laughter and the delight of discovery.”
—Dave Kindred, author of Sound and Fury
"I’m still not sure I love soccer, but I love this book."
–Pat Forde, ESPN