Standing at 6’7″ former England striker Peter Crouch is easy to spot in a crowd, so football fans will have no trouble picking him out in Leadenhall Market this week.
The former Liverpool and Tottenham star will be in position at Waterstones on 7 September from 5.30pm to sign copies of his new book, How To Be A Footballer.
Crouch, who is married to model Abbey Clancy and has two children, currently plays for Stoke City in the Championship but has netted 108 top flight goals in 462 Premier League appearances.
He also averaged better than a goal every other game – 22 in 42 appearances – for England, scoring against Trinidad & Tobago at the 2006 World Cup finals.
How To Be A Footballer is the second such offering from Crouch after his 2007 book Walking Tall: My Story.