Lee Clark is set to lift the lid on his time as Huddersfield Town boss.
The 43-year-old is putting the finishing touches to an autobiography charting his career as a player at Newcastle United, Sunderland and Fulham and manager of Town, Birmingham City, Blackpool and currently Kilmarnock.
Black and White, no Grey Areas will be published in paperback by Mojo Risin’ on October 27.
The same firm produced ex-Newcastle goalkeeper Pavel Srnicek’s autobiography.
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Former England Schoolboys captain and Under 21 midfielder Clark took his first steps into management with Town.
He was Dean Hoyle’s first appointment as chairman when he succeeded Stan Ternent in December 2008.
The Geordie, previously assistant manager of Norwich City, led Town to a new Football League record unbeaten run of 43 games.
But he was unable to seal a promotion, with his side losing in the League I play-off semis in 2010 and final in 2011.
Clark was sacked in February 2012, three months before Simon Grayson led Town to Wembley play-off glory against Sheffield United.
He became Birmingham boss in June 2012, and in 2014, it took a last-day draw to keep Blues in the Championship.
Having been sacked the following October, who soon took over at Blackpool.
He couldn’t avoid relegation to League I with the troubled Seasiders, and left at the end of the season in the wake of the infamous abandoned match against Town at Bloomfield Road.
Clark took over at Kilmarnock in February and is striving to keep the club in the Scottish top flight.
As a player, he made a controversial switch from Newcastle to arch-rivals Sunderland.
Clark said: “The book had been something I’d been thinking about for a while and when I had a bit of time out after leaving Blackpool I sat down with the writer and got it started.
“He’s found me a bit difficult to pin down of late because I’ve been so busy but I’ve enjoyed it.
“The book will, hopefully, put to bed some of the myths and untruths surrounding my career.
“There is something there for every supporter of every club I’ve ever been involved with.
“I wanted it to be explosive and fun. I think we’ve achieved that.”