Former Pompey skipper Dejan Stefanovic is back at Fratton Park on Saturday.
And the defender will be signing copies of new book ‘Played Up Pompey Too’, in which he features.
The popular Serb made 125 appearances and scored three times after arriving at Fratton Park from Vitesse Arnhem in June 2003.
He was captain of the Blues side which pulled off the 2006 Great Escape and was also voted the 2004/05 Player of the Season.
Stefanovic is among 23 Fratton favourites interviewed for ‘Played Up Pompey Too’ – the sequel to 2015 book ‘Played Up Pompey’.
He will be appearing in the Victory Lounge from 1pm-2pm tomorrow signing copies of the book, which is written by The News’ chief sports writer Neil Allen.
It is priced at £17.99 and also features Steve Stone, David Norris, Billy Rafferty, Paul Walsh, Neil Webb, Jed Wallace, Svetoslav Todorov, Colin Garwood, Kevin Dillon, Bobby Kellard, Mike Trebilcock, John Beresford, Mick Quinn, Linvoy Primus, John Milkins, Peter Mellor, Jamie O’Hara, Steve Claridge, John Aloisi, John McClelland, Nick Jennings, and Eoin Hand, as well as a foreword by Ray Crawford.
To get a copy of ‘Played Up Pompey Too’ you can visit Waterstones or click here to buy online.