Packed with anecdotes and observations, Andy Bollen wallows in a nostalgic haze, a time of hatchet-men with moustaches, a magic spounge that should have been granted miracle status and big-money strikers who couldn't hit a cow's posterior with a banjo.
Opinionated, forthright and funny, Bollen reluctantly concedes that tattoos, hair weaves and VAR are now part of the game. This idiosyncratic ride through the wonderful absurdity of Scottish football with chime with every fan.
A well-researched book that delves into the chaos and madness of the Scottish game' ~Pat Nevin
Exactly what you'd expect from one of the best writers on Only an Excuse?' ~Phil Differ, producer, director and creator of Only an Excuse?
It's not Hampden Babylon, but it's very funny' ~Stuart Cosgrove, author of Hampden Babylon