Les Bradd, the striker who holds a unique place in Bristol Rovers history, has produced his autobiography to mark 50 years since he signed for Notts County from Rotherham for £1,000.
And he’s offering Rovers season-ticket holders the chance to pick up a copy at a special discount rate when Friday’s FA Cup clash takes place at Meadow Lane.
Bradd, who went on to become County’s all-time record goalscorer, also enjoyed successful spells with Stockport and Wigan before finishing his 17-year career with the briefest of loan moves at Eastville, when Bobby Gould was in charge.
He scored his 200th and final League & Cup goal in a 3-1defeat at Cardiff in January 1983 before damaging a hamstring and is thought to be the only player ever to score on his debut for Rovers - and never play for them again.
The book, called Far Post, has proved to be immensely popular since it was launched on October 7 and Rovers’ fans can collect a copy at the Cup tie. Just show your season-ticket in the Club Shop at Meadow Lane to qualify for a £2 discount on a paperback edition.