Updated: 14-07-18Colin Sugget is a great guy and gent now living in East Herrington, Sunderland. If he was playing now he would be worth at least £12 million.
Updated: 14-07-18Bobby, I worked with you when you lived in Hatfield, Doncaster and was also privileged to play several games with you. Have been trying to contact you over the years, so now trying this method.
Updated: 14-07-18He brought our old family home in Flitwick Bedfordshire. About 1970 or just after. My dad and our family have always been Luton Town supporters. Poor Dad recently passed away but we sent him to heaven in his Luton top.
Updated: 14-07-18I meet up with Wyn in Bolton market every Saturday Morning between 9 to 10 am. Fantastic man and treasured by all the football community of Bolton. A real gentleman.
Updated: 14-07-18Just to say I left the wrong number for you Dave.Sorry. It should be 07856281861, I accidentally typed two 1's together instead of only one. Would love to hear from you mate so give me a bell sometime and we'll chat! Kev.
Updated: 14-07-18Grummitt's home league debut for Forest got off to a really bad start .... straight from the kick off Jim Iley, presumably trying to give the young keeper an early touch of the ball, sent a crisp back pass to the young keeper - but well wide of him and straight into the back of the net ... so Peter's first touch of the ball was to fish it out of the back of the net! At least things got much better over the next 10 years as Grummitt went on to become a much loved and highly successful Forest keeper
Updated: 14-07-18Used to play football with Stewart for Ruislip North End when we were about 13/14. He was known as Jock then. Hope you are well.
Updated: 10-07-18Enjoyed a long career before he became a PE teacher in Croydon. He is now the Head of Football at Highgate School in North London. John is also a keen magician.
Updated: 10-07-18He is married to my ex husband's niece. I actually went to his wedding and my daughter was a bridesmaid.
Updated: 10-07-18I went to the same school as Roger and many, many years ago saw him at the Cross Guns. The place was humming because there was a footballer there. He got up and hugged me, "Hello Macca" he said.