Being good at snooker suggests a misspent youth, so people say. And young Jimmy White of Tooting, South London, was very good at snooker and seemingly allergic to school. He would go on to become a household name and rival Alex Higgins for the title of ‘the people’s champion’.
He has just written his second autobiography because as he says he ‘held back’ the first time around and now wants to get the real story out there. Jimmy White joined Sean in studio this morning.