Compelling, entertaining, and refreshingly honest, One in a Million is the autobiography of Trevor Francis, the subject of the first £1 million transfer fee in soccer historya record for all time. As a 16-year-old, Francis set a record as the youngest player to score four goals in a matchand so his career journey began to unfold, encountering a seemingly endless succession of superlatives, larger-than-life characters, and astonishing events. Trevor played professionally in England, the U.S. and Scotland, in Italy and Australia. He gained 52 England caps, and won the European Cup on his debut in the competition. He played his part in the English revolution at Glasgow Rangers and managed QPR, Crystal Palace, Sheffield Wednesday, and Birmingham City. Trevor takes the reader with him into dressing rooms, into boardrooms, and on to the field of play, providing a wealth of revelations and remarkable stories.