Wildling: My Autobiography

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Wildling: My Autobiography

Wildling: My Autobiography

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McIndoe has been accused of being “the mastermind behind the biggest case of fraud to hit the British game” and, if that sounds dramatic, this is how his own autobiography describes the allegations that, by his own admission, have left a permanent stain on his reputation.

On Friday night, we got in touch with the club’s chairman, Alex Thomson, to confirm we would be at their game the following day and assure him that we understood and respected McIndoe’s position. We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and improve our understanding of you.For the second season running he finished as Rovers' top scorer with 13 goals (10 from penalty kicks), and was voted into the PFA Team of the Year for League One. They went on to have a successful campaign, winning the FA Trophy at Villa Park against Stevenage [14] and finishing third in the Conference. The people who lost money have noted that McIndoe could be seen as trying to profit from his notoriety by writing an autobiography and, despite his position with the media, included a quote on the front cover of a review from the Daily Record newspaper.

Some find it hard to forgive when the reputation of ‘Macca’ was as a party animal who blew his money on hard gambling, lavish holidays in exclusive resorts, and the nightclub, Stamp, that he opened in Oxford Street, London, and closed three months later. On 4 November 2006 McIndoe also scored in the Yorkshire derby against Leeds United, from outside the box with a low-driven shot.Managed by coach John Moore, the team also won the youth league as well as the South East Counties League Cup final beating West Ham on 8 May 1998. Several national newspapers have allegedly linked McIndoe to an 'investment scheme' but McIndoe has always strongly denied any allegation of wrongdoing. Bristol City [ edit ] Michael McIndoe scores from a free-kick during 2nd leg of the play-off semi-final against Crystal Palace. His position was non-negotiable and, as The Athletic found out at the weekend, if that means banning media outlets who want to cover their games, that is what Gretna will do.



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