Yeah. His name was Jack Humble. He tried to kill himself over what he'd done. It wasn't until 2005 that he was detected by chance and then in 2006, sentenced to 8 years for perverting the course of justice. He drank himself to death in 2019.Did they ever find the guy who sent the tapes in ?
Was he ill ? I remember a time when him and Shilton alternated for England, i thought he was the better of the 2
Yeah, there was a thread on here a while back about the best performance by an away player and i mentioned Shilton in that game, like you say both great keepersNot sure, just saw the report that he had died.
Was a great battle between him and Shilton for the England No.1 shirt. Both great keepers but I always though Shilton just shaded it. I still say his performance in the 0-0 draw with Forest at HR the day they won the league was the greatest goalkeeping performance I've seen live. Cost us a place in Europe as well the brexit bastard
*1987 fa cup runners up medaljust looking at what he won, some haul this is:
- Football League First Division: 1972–73, 1975–76, 1976–77, 1978–79, 1979–80
- FA Cup: 1973–74
- League Cup: 1980–81
- FA Charity Shield: 1974, 1976, 1977 (shared), 1979, 1980
- European Cup: 1976–77, 1977–78, 1980–81
- UEFA Cup: 1972–73, 1975–76
- European Super Cup: 1977
Oh no. He was my boss. Such a lovely man. He brought the combi boiler to the UK and fought to get the Water Regs changed so they could be legally installed.A bit 'rugger' for many on here, but Cecil Duckworth has passed also. The guy that sold his Worcester boiler company to Bosch and used the proceeds to buy Worcester's way up to the Premiership.
The essence of how sport has become just a business.
Decent chap, yes, even if he was a catalyst in the moneyfication (no, probably not a word ) of rugby.Oh no. He was my boss. Such a lovely man. He brought the combi boiler to the UK and fought to get the Water Regs changed so they could be legally installed.