Football legend Billy Abercromby has been to Hell and back. In his prime, he took on the cream of European football playing against the likes of Platini, Cruyff, Gullitt, Dalglish and Souness. But his professional career almost came to an end before it started when he was signed for St Mirren by Alex Ferguson in June, 1975. Immediately after, the 17-year-old Billy went on an ten-week, having-a-good-time holiday in Great Yarmouth and didn t turn up at Love Street for training until after the season had started. Billy was one of the first players to feel the full force of Fergie s famous hairdryer treatment. And with the St Mirren fans chant of Aber s Gonnae Get Ye ringing in his ears, the football hard man who was infamously sent off three times in one game - experienced the ultimate joy of leading his club to Scottish Cup glory. But within months, he found himself on a downward spiral into the dark, dark pit of alcoholism. He fell as far as you could go. Spending his days drinking bottles of sherry with his booze buddies by a canal, Billy was given one final stark message from doctors as he lay in a hospital bed you re one more bevvy session from the grave. From that moment, Billy made himself a promise he would beat the booze and with the same fighting spirit, courage and determination that made him the scourge of opponents on the football field, he is winning that fight. The wicked grin, the laugh-a-minute patter and the mischievous look in his eyes have returned. This is an amazing and heart-warming story that reveals the secrets of what goes on behind the door of a football dressing room, a brutally honest insight into one man s battle with the demon drink and an uplifting conclusion that tells us Billy Abercromby has made the biggest comeback of his life. Aber s Gonnae Get Ye? You better believe it!