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It is 1993 and Coventry City are facing Aston Villa. Playing up front for City is Mick Quinn, a 14-stone scouser complete with roguish moustache and mullet hairstyle. This is the autobiography of one of football's colourful characters, covering his playing career and turbulent life off the pitch.
Mick Quinn scored an amazing 230 goals in 512 games for six football clubs including Newcastle United, Coventry City and Portsmouth. In the 1989/90 season, he found the net 36 times for Newcastle in the famous number nine shirt worn by Jackie Milburn, Malcolm MacDonald and Alan Shearer. Oliver Harvey is a chief features editor at the Sun newspaper.