Portsmouth's 6.57 crew were the most talked about casual football firm of the 1980s and 1990s. This notorious gang took their name from the time of the train they caught to games, following their team around the country with the kind of dedication - and violence - that only a true hoolifan knows. Now, for the first time ever, the amazing story of the firm is revealed.
Cass Pennant is the author of the Sunday Times top ten book Congratulations, You Have Just Met the ICF and best-selling autobiography Cass. His position as head of the notorious West Ham Intercity Firm has led him to become a respected social commentator on football violence, appearing regularly on TV and radio whenever this perennial favourite debate is raised. Cass and collaborator Rob Silvester are the only people in the country who could write this book, respected as they are by the main faces of the 6.57 crew.