Most people would describe Eniola Aluko as a high-achiever. She's been a star of women's football for over a decade, with over 100 England caps and 33 goals and a list of honours as long as your arm. Given that her childhood hero was Atticus Finch, it was only natural that she went on to achieve a first class honours degree in law and studied for the New York bar exam while playing in the States. She's a volunteer champion for UN women, was the first female pundit on Match of the Day and a star analyst for ITV at the Russia 2018 World Cup. Despite all of these phenomenal achievements, Eni is perhaps most well-known as the player at the centre of the racism row which forced the FA into an embarrassing apology and knocked England manager Mark Sampson from his post. This book tells her story.