Mick Quinn, the boy from a Liverpool council estate dubbed 'Little Beirut', always loved his birds, booze and betting. They said Mick had a sixth sense for great accuracy in his playing days - he could find a party from any range. Quinn says he only put GBP50 on each horse race - but liked to stay in the bookies for twenty races a day!
Sentenced in 1987 to three weeks in prison for twice driving whilst banned, Mick's been accused of punching Peter Schmeichel on the football pitch and John Fashanu off it. On retirement, though, Quinn switched to horse racing, the Sport of Kings, but controversy led the blue bloods of racing to hang the scouse oik out to dry and he was suspended from training for two and a half years.
Who Ate All The Pies? is the funniest and most honest football book you'll read for a long, long time.
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 199 g
Dimensions: 198 x 126 x 18 mm
An outrageous biography devoted to the life and times in which the naff, naughty and nefarious come together in buttock-clenching fashion. * Scotland on Sunday *
Top autobiography from one of football's true lads * Nuts *
A cheeky but brilliant read. * Shoot Monthly *
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