Joey Jones

Joey Jones was born in Bangor and raised in Llandudno where he played for the sameLlandudno Swifts side as a certain Neville Southall. In 1971, Joey Jones first joined the staff at the Racecourse and made his first team debut at the age of 17 in a Welsh Cup match against local rivals Chester City – … Read More

John Aldridge

After a highly successful football career, John Aldridge now works extensively in the local and national media and is now in demand as an after dinner speaker. His speech reflects the man and how he played the game – honest, direct and Entertainment. There are few people who … Read More

Neil Razor Ruddock

Larger than Life football character with a great sense of humour. Since retiring from professional fopotball Neil has been in demand for all sorts of media from `I`m a Celebrity` to a recent hilarious `Celebrity come dine with me` As a former `hardman` defender he is remembered for … Read More

Ray Clemence MBE

Ray Clemence was born in Skegness on 5 August 1948 and, for a goalkeeper who was to become one of the best in the English game, the early part of his career was less than spectacular. He first joined Notts County as a junior, but signed for Scunthrope … Read More

Roy Evans

In August 1974 Liverpool made an addition to their back room staff that led chairman John Smith to say: “We have not made an appointment for the present but for the future. One day Roy Evans will be our manager.” It was a bold statement but one that would … Read More

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