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Cyrille Regis – A Giant In Football And Life

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The funeral of Cyrille Regis on Tuesday 30th, January marked a passing of an era in which the nonsense of racism was challenged by three young men who took on the whole of the racist agenda by being excellent footballers and great men. The three players were Brendan Batson, Laurie Cunningham and Cyrille Regis. Only […]

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George Michael R.I.P

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George Michael did it all. Bobby socks boy band singer, major adult music performer, AIDs campaigner, sexual criminal, jailbird, marijuana advocate and anti Margaret Thatcher pro Mine worker protagonist. He certainly did not fit the mode that others in his original field would normally represent. His fights with Sony tested the music business model for […]

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B. B. King Dies

BB King will be described as ‘the greatest blues guitarist’, or ‘the father of modern rock music’. These descriptions maybe true, however, considering he was renowned for doing 250 shows per year. It would be fair to describe him as ‘the last of the great showman’. A showman that would give his audience 100% effort […]

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Devilfish Dies

The man who rode the wave to become the first big name poker player during the online boom of poker has died. Devilfish or David Ulliott as he was officially known, died after a short illness due to cancer.  He was a professional poker player who became a household name when he on the first ‘Late […]

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