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My family: Linda, Sam, Joseph and Lily and Mini My place of birth: Birmingham When you were young, what did you want to be? Aston Villa‘s centre forward scoring the winning goal Who was your hero: Bjorn Borg My first car: Austin Seven Mini My all-time favourite album/CD: The Beatles although Tina Turner‘s Simply the Best reminds me of Villa Park My favourite food: My wife‘s home made shepherd‘s pie My favourite UK holiday spot: Brighton or Torquay My favourite restaurant: Indian Sizzler, Watford, and then the Butchers Arms in Priors Hardwick My favourite pub: The Essex My favourite TV programme: The Ryder Cup My favourite movie: Notting Hill My sporting interests: Squash, skiing, water skiing, My favourite gadget: Credit card My most embarrassing moment: Having to ask the Ryder Cup Captain to pay his bet monies when I beat him over 4 holes albeit he did give me two shots a hole My most memorable moment: Being 50 My favourite periodical: Villa News My favourite part in my local area: Cassiobury Park Who would you not want to be stuck in a lift with? Alex McLeish What famous person do you most resemble? Tony Morley If you were Mayor for the day what would you change? The parking around Cassiobury My ideal dinner date (not present partner): Sandra Bullock but don‘t tell the wife My ideal night out: Dinner with Linda after a win at Villa Park If you could change your profession what would you do? I wouldn‘t – love my work What would you change about yourself? My golf swing My theme song: Land of Hope and Glory If you had one wish, what would it be? Buy my wife just one more dress to complete the wardrobe


Golf fan: Malcolm Topping.


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