Tom Dickinson likes football. A lot. In a slightly odd life-choice he decided to spend an entire year travelling all over England in his dodgy old Peugeot 206 watching a match at each of the 92 League grounds.
Tom got concussed at Morecambe, ate carrot cake at Exeter, witnessed a mass brawl at Stockport, saw a goalkeeper score at Reading, made a Chinese soul-mate at Everton, drank too much cider at Plymouth, invaded the pitch at Brentford and got confused by a man in a pineapple bikini at Cheltenham.
Oh, and he managed to eat 92 pies in the process.
Putting his relationship, health and sanity on the line, Tom watched 8,280 minutes of football and travelled 3,000 miles in a nail-biting race against time.
92 Pies is a hilarious, fascinating and often touching tale of what it means to be obsessed with the beautiful game.
FOREWORD BY BRIAN BLESSED
"A terrific book that gets straight to the heart of English football and captures the humour of the terraces perfectly." LEE DIXON