Michael McIndoe was born and raised in Edinburgh, Scotland.
The former professional footballer played for Coventry City, MK Dons, Bristol City, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Barnsley, Derby County, Doncaster Rovers, Yeovil Town, Hereford United and Luton Town. He played over 500 games during his 15 year career with some notable achievements.
In 2003, after winning the league title with Yeovil Town and making club history, he won Conference Player of the Year after 22 managers unanimously voted for him. In 2004 he again won PFA Division Three Player of the Year after Doncaster Rovers won the league title that season. His proudest moment though was being called up to play for Scotland.
Michael enjoys climbing the Scottish Munros, golf and skiing.
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Wildling: My Autobiography
by Michael McIndoe
Michael McIndoe, the former professional footballer, is probably one of the most talked about players outside the Premier League.
Raised on the notorious Calders estate in Edinburgh, McIndoe battled through violent gang life during the 1990s until he was forced to choose between his turbulent lifestyle and his love for the game. He played in excess of 500 matches for 10 English clubs.
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