England football coach Sven Goran Eriksson, who originally hails from Sweden and attracted enough media glare lately following his several love affairs, has decided to jot down his experiences as a coach, about his 'colourful personal life', and his opinion about English players like Wayne Rooney, David Beckham and Rio Ferdinand, into a book form.
He would begin writing the book soon after his present contract with the England team ends on July 9, the day when the World Cup Football Final would be played in Germany.
The book would be published by the end of the year.
According to the Daily Mail, Eriksson had been planning the book for quite long, and once he is freed from his coaching assignment he would take up the next task (of writing the book).
In the forthcoming book, Sven is learnt to be revealing the inner secrets of the England dressing room.
Eriksson has had a turbulent time in England and once had a love affair with TV personality Ulrika Jonsson while he was living with girlfriend Nancy Dell'Olio. The former TV weather girl later claimed the Swede was 'too frightened' to leave his Italian lover for her, the paper said.
Eriksson's decision to write a book comes after former England manager Glenn Hoddle was accused of betraying the side with his own book. Yesterday it emerged in Sweden that Eriksson had been planning the book for some time.
His business agent Lars Sternmarker reportedly said that the book would be a traditional autobiography. "He wants to tell the truth about his life with football right from the start in his home village of Torsby, to Sweden and then England. Sven is not happy with what people have written about him in different books. His book will give his own story in his own words," he was quoted as saying in an interview with Expressen newspaper in Sweden.