From an early age, Mickey Weir was told that he would be too small to be a professional footballer.
But by the age of 34, Mickey had lifted the Scottish League Cup and played professional football for Hibernian, Luton Town, Millwall and Motherwell.
A tough childhood, in the housing schemes of Pilton (Edinburgh) meant that Mickey had to battle hard for his achievements. Many of his childhood friends indulged themselves with alcohol and drugs and many were lost to addiction.
Promising to be a truly inspiring and entertaining read; his book will recall triumph over adversity, promising to lift the reader over every hurdle that has been thrown in Mickey’s way.