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Gary Mackay's Hearts Dream Team
Gary Mackay with Rob Robertson; foreword by Dave Mackay

6" x 9" • 245 pages • color photo section
ISBN 9781845024536 • paperback • $20.00

Gary Mackay is a Hearts legend who has played more games for the Tynecastle club than anyone else in history. He fulfilled his boyhood dream of turning out for the boys in maroon in the early 1980s and continues his love affair with Hearts to this day.

Here he selects his Hearts Dream Team made of the greatest players ever to pull on the famous maroon jersey. Packed full of stories from his time at the club and other Tynecastle tales it is a fascinating read for Hearts fans of all ages.

There is serious debate about Gary's choices from some well-known Hearts fans such as actor Ken Stott, the man who played Ian Rankin's Edinburgh detective Rebus and appeared in the movie The Hobbit; respected ITN reporter Martin Geissler who has reported from some of the world's most dangerous wars; 1990 Grand Slam rugby hero John Jeffrey and senior political figures such as First Minister Alex Salmond; Tory MSP David McLetchie ; Lord George Foulkes of Cumnock and Charlie Falconer, who was the Lord Chancellor in the Labour Government of Tony Blair.

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