Alan Hansen

Alan Hansen is one of the most successful British footballers of all time, with 17 major honours to his credit. During his 14 years at Liverpool, he won seven Championships, three European Cups, twoFA Cups, four League Cups and one League Super Cup. He was also capped 26 times byScotland. Born in June 1955, Alan Hansen began … Read More

Alan Kennedy

Popular, entertaining and knowledgeable speaker who is now in demand for media work, after dinner functions and corporate events Ex-Newcastle and Liverpool full back Alan Kennedy knows a thing or two about football and he’s brought that knowledge to 105.4 Century FM as one of their sports presenters. … Read More

Alec Stewart

Alec Stewart is the most capped English cricketer of all time and one of the greatest ever wicketkeeping-batsmen. In 133 Tests, he scored 8463 runs at an average 39.54 and added another 4677 runs in 170 One Day Internationals. Born in Merton Park, he followed his father, Micky … Read More

Allan Lamb

Allan Lamb was born on 20th June 1954, in Cape Province, South Africa. He first played first-class cricket for Western Province, before being signed as an overseas player by Northamptonshire. There he made his fame, and was persuaded by Ken Turner, their secretary, that with South Africa banned … Read More

Andrew Strauss OBE

Andrew Strauss is the former England Cricket Test Captain, one of only 3 England Captains EVER to successfully lead England to Ashes victories home and away.   He is also leading run scorer in the current team having passed 6,000 Test runs and is fast approaching his 100th Test … Read More

Angus Fraser MBE

Angus Fraser was a naggingly accurate right-arm fast-medium bowler for Middlesex and England who claimed 177 wickets in 45 Tests. In 42 One Day Internationals he took 47 wickets, and was an often belligerent tail-end batsman who had a career haul of 2934 runs. Though born in Lancashire, … Read More

Austin Healey

Austin Healey is so outspoken (and often outrageous) that he has earned the nickname the Leicester Lip. He gives a lift and often a laugh to any after-dinner event. When playing for Leicester Tigers, he was equally effective whether at scrum-half, fly-half, fullback or on the wing. Merseyside-born … Read More

Bill Beaumont CBE

Bill Beaumont OBE will always be remembered as a great leader and captain. His triumphs in 1980 will never be forgotten when he led England to their first Grand Slam since 1957 and was captain of the British Lions. Bill’s International career started in 1975 against Ireland and … Read More

Bruce Grobbelaar

Bruce Grobbelaar was born in South Africa, October 1957. As a youngster, Grobbelaar was a talented cricketer and was also offered a baseball scholarship in the United States, but a career in football was his main ambition. Bruce Grobbelaar started his football career with the Bulawayo based team – The Highlandersand was followed by a … Read More

Chris Cowdrey

Chris Cowdrey and his legendary father Lord (Colin) Cowdrey were only the second father and son to captain England. Chris followed his father into the Kent and England teams, and was Kent skipper for four seasons from 1986. Farnborough-born Chris scored 101 runs in his six Tests and … Read More

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