The Kop has had its heroes over the years - Billy Liddell, Kevin Keegan, Kenny Dalglish - but no one has been worshipped quite like Joey Jones. His trademark clenched fist salute as he ran from the tunnel signalled the arrival on the pitch of a living legend...This stunning memoir traces an incredible life in football, told by one of the games greatest players. From humble roots in North Wales, Joey's obsession with the game began at an early age. As he cheered on stars like Ian St John, Roger Hunt and his idol Tommy Smith, he dreamed that one day he'd be out on the pitch with the best of them. Eight years later that dream would come true when Joey played alongside Smith as Liverpool took the 1977 European Cup in Rome. Told with the characteristic warmth and humour that Joey is well loved for, this autobiography tells a story of ambition, talent and success.