I had a lovely evening on Bonfire night with the Noades family and took a few snaps.
Today I went to Craven Cottage and met the Fulham Legend Fred Callaghan (seen here with Chris Matthews) who made almost 300 appearances for his Club.
I was taken to Croydon TV station to-day to be interviewed about Malcolm Allison, and during the course of the afternoon, the people of the internet tv station were impressed enough by my story that they want to do some more interviews with me.
…watch this space
Yesterday I went to Selhurst Park as the guest of David Payne.
Malcolm Alexander Allison (5 September 1927 – 14 October 2010) was an English football player and manager. Nicknamed ‘Big Mal’, he was one of English football’s most flamboyant and intriguing characters because of his panache, fedora and cigar, controversies off the pitch and outspoken nature.
Hi everyone, I just got back from the Women of the Year Luncheon where I had a lovely time meeting everyone and of course taking one or two snaps. Click on the link below to view the gallery.
Sir Norman Joseph Wisdom OBE (4 February 1915 – 4 October 2010) was an English comedian, singer-songwriter and actor best known for a series of comedy films produced between 1953 and 1966 featuring his hapless onscreen character Norman Pitkin.
Wow, what a trip this was, covering a full five days of this fantastic charity ride between Lands End and Twickenham. Did I mention camping ? I am exhausted !
Palace v Leicester
Buddhist Monks, Gangtok, India
Rakesh and Manisha’s Wedding in Delhi
World Premiere Bollywood
Steve and Melissa Wedding