Graham Gooch

Graham Gooch was the most prolific run scorer top-class cricket has ever seen. After he retired in 1997, the statistician Robert Brooke calculated that he had scored 21,087 in one-day cricket at first-class level, which added to his 44,841 first-class runs, put him ahead of Jack Hobbs. It … Read More

Graham Poll

Graham Poll is said to be the most well-known and most experienced English football referee of all time.  Whilst his achievements are considerable, including the last FA Cup Final at Wembley stadium in 2000 and the first referee to reach the milestone of refereeing 300 Premier League matches he will always … Read More

Graham Thorpe MBE

Graham Thorpe MBE  made his debut for Surrey in 1988, and his international debut in 1993. He scored a century (114 not out) in the second innings of his debut Test match, against Australia at Trent Bridge. Developing into a very highly-regarded player, he was named as one … Read More

Howard Webb

Howard Webb was born on 14 July 1971 and now lives in Rotherham, Yorkshire. He is an English football referee who operates in the Premier League and has been a FIFA-listed referee since 2005. When not refereeing he is a sergeant in Sheffield for South Yorkshire Police. Howard … Read More

Ian Irving

Ian Irving is a performer with a remarkable track record in the provision of first-rate entertainment in a variety of settings and at some of the most prestigious venues around the world. Whether it be Corporate Hospitality, Sporting Functions, Company Events, Product Launches, Cruise Ship or Hosting Award … Read More

Ian Richards

Ian has now carved out a well recognised and respected niche in the after dinner market, establishing himself as one of the most in demand performers on the circuit today and first choice comedian for many of the worlds top companies and corporate organisers. Ian has one of … Read More

Ian St John

Ian St. John began his career at boyhood favourites Motherwell, where he scored one of the fastest hat-tricks on record: 2 minutes and 30 seconds, against Hibernian in 1959. In 1961, he was purchased by Bill Shankley and transferring to Liverpool F.C. in 1961, for £37,500 more than double the previous highest … Read More

Jamie Sutherland

Liverpool has a history for producing some of the countries finest comedy talent, and Jamie Sutherland can now be added to that fine list. A headline act on the comedy circuit, working for some of the countries finest clubs including Sheffield Last Laugh, Jongleurs, and Comedy Central. Jamie … Read More

Jan Molby

Hailed by former Liverpool manager and team-mate Kenny Dalglish as “one of the finest midfield players of his generation” the great Dane was a contemporary in the celebrated Ajax youth academy, with Marco van Basten, Frank Rijkaard and Jesper Olsen. He also came under the influence of Dutch … Read More

Jed Stone

Jed started out fronting top comedy showband “Scholar” as guitarist and vocalist. The band were very popular in U.K., learning their craft the hard way starting by playing the then notorious Northern club, and progressing to touring Britain and eventually all over the Europe  They released the single … Read More

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