What do you remember about Leicester City during the nineties?

“Minding My Own Football Business” by Barrie Pierpoint, Leicester City’s first Chief Executive, chronicles the Club’s journey, on and off the pitch, from the brink of relegation to the Third Division to the heady heights of the Premier League.

But this isn’t just Barrie’s story – there were hundreds of people responsible for City’s remarkable success. This book features contributions from over forty people, from directors, staff, fans and journalists to corporate clients, team managers and players, including Steve Walsh, Emile Heskey, Simon Grayson, Gary Mills and Tony Cottee.

Find out:

• What Pontus Kamark said to Juninho during the 1997 League Cup Final
• How close Leicester City were to building a new stadium at Bede Island South
• Which striker Emile Heskey looked up to in his early days as a professional
• Which City player waved a loaded gun at his teammates and more . . .