Former Cardiff City players are out in force Saturday.
Phil Dwyer is at Cardiff City Stadium’s superstore signing copies of his new autobiography between noon and 2pm.
Across the city, at Waterstone’s book store in the Hayes, Colin Baker and Don Murray are among players helping to launch another book ‘Derby days – Cardiff City v Swansea City’. is now published and a number of former players will be signing copies.
The Waterstone’s book signing also starts at noon. Dwyer’s autobiography has the title ‘Mr Cardiff City’ and Bluebirds’ historian Richard Shepherd says: “There could be no more appropriate title for one of the most popular players in our history.”
Grangetown-born Dwyer could play in almost any position.
He was a defender who could also operate in midfield or attack – and in one match even took over in goal.
He made a club record 471 League appearances for Cardiff City plus another 102 appearances in various cup competitions – a total of 573 first-team appearances.
The autobiography ‘Mr. Cardiff City’ is published by Fort Publishing Ltd (£16.99) and is written in collaboration with local author and Cardiff City fan James Leighton, who wrote the biography of Fred Keenor and the autobiography of Christian Roberts.