Brentford legend Bob Booker will be signing copies of his biography, written by Greville Waterman.
The 59-year-old Booker achieved six promotions and three relegations as player and coach, and who was renowned for his hard work, tenacity, dedication, honesty and graciousness.
The utility player, who played in every position except in goal, spent two spells at Brentford; the first between 1978 and 1988 before he moved to Sheffield United for three years.
He returned to Griffin Park in 1991, helping the Bees reach the second tier, before leaving after their relegation in 1993 as injury forced him to retire.
Booker spent six years as assistant manager at Brighton, stepping into the breach on two occasions in 2001 and 2003.
With contributions from former teammates, managers, and friends, the real Bob Booker is revealed in all his complexities.
And his tale has been told by Waterman, who has written previous works about the Bees.
They include “Ahead of the Game: Brentford FC’s 2014/15 Season”, “Growing Pains: Brentford FC’s 2015/16 Season” and titles in “The Big Brentford Book” series.
The pair will be in the Brentford club shop ahead of Saturday's match with Wolverhampton Wanderers.