Don Masson Autobiography book cover, with Scotland footballer Kenny Dalglish v Wales
Don Masson Autobiography, Scotland v England at Wembley Stadium
Don Masson Autobiography - with Notts County manager Jimmy Sirrel
Kenny Dalglish scores for Scotland at Anfield; from Don Masson Autobiography
Don Masson Autobiography, at World Cup 1978 with Scotland players in Argentina
Don Masson scores the crucial penalty for Scotland v Wales at Anfield
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Don Masson Autobiography

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Still Saying Sorry is the long-awaited autobiography of former Scotland captain Don Masson.

Don Masson shouldered the weight of a nation’s expectations. He was the toast of Scotland in 1978 when his penalty clinched a World Cup place in Argentina but missing from the spot against Peru sentenced him to spend the rest of his life apologising.

Still Saying Sorry is the story of not just a perfectionist, driven by a fierce desire to make the best of his talents, but also a man who overcame personal demons to work his way up from the land of no-hopers.

He became the first man to captain the same club from the Fourth Division to the First with Notts County. At 28 he joined Queens Park Rangers alongside the likes of Stan Bowles and Gerry Francis and starred in their best-ever season in 1975-76.

Foreword by Frank McLintock

Published Winter 2020/21