Peter Bonetti:
Former Chelsea and England goalkeeper. Was working actively training the England under 21 goalkeepers and worked as a goal keeping coach with Fulham and Manchester City. Played in Sky TV’s “The Match” late in 2004 .

George Cohen:
The Legendary Fulham defender and England player, who played in the England 1966 winning World cup squad and described by George Best as one of the best defenders he ever played against.
Norman Hunter:
An icon of 70’s football. The hard man of Leeds Utd also played with England.
Gordon Banks:
Legendary club and international goalkeeper best known for his save against Pele in the 1970 World cup and of course the 1966 World Cup. A very entertaining and funny man.
Recently received national publicity the selling of his World cup medal.
Martin Peters:
Goal scorer in the England 1966 World cup winning side and current media contributor regarding international football. He was a player in both the '66 and the '70 World cup campaigns and was a major force in club football with
West Ham, Tottenham and Norwich city. A regular contributor to the Daily and Sunday Mirror newspapers. A former director of Tottenham Hotspur.
Sir Geoff Hurst MBE:
A legend in World cup wide International football, still being the only player ever to score a hat trick in a World cup final. Sir Geoff is constantly in demand with the media and TV; and with the long overdue Knighthood being awarded to him,
4 TV adverts and many national promotional campaigns establishes Sir Geoff once again as one of the most sort after sports personalities in the world.
He is the current Director of football for MacDonald’s Europe.
Roger Hunt:
Known in Liverpool as “ Sir Roger” , one of the greatest ever international and goal scorers of the 60’s and 70’s.
Also played in the 1966 world cup final against West Germany.
Jack Charlton: '66 hero and formerly Irelands manager , also a celebrity fisherman, TV pundit ,the list goes on. He keeps threatening to retire so don’t delay if you are thinking of booking Jack.
Martin Chivers:
Legendary player in the '70’s with Southampton, Spurs and England. Recently the outright footballer winner on “ The Weakest Link .

Frank Lampard (Senior):
Another great West Ham name played for England and former assistant Manager of West Ham with so much on the pulse of modern day premier league football.

Peter Shilton:
Who in his career reached a milestone of 1005 games. He played 1st class football for 30 years and has lots to say about his days with Brian Clough, 3 World cups ,that “ Maradonna goal” and his career as England’s most capped player. He has just retired from full time football, and is available for penalty shootouts, golf days and after dinners.

Malcolm Macdonald:
(Supermac) certainly one of the high flyers of the '70’s with a career that took him from Fulham to Arsenal, Newcastle and England. He certainly is a very controversial figure and has some interesting stories to tell about his illustrious career. Now a radio pundit.

Frank McLintock:
Arsenal, Leicester and Scotland player, with lots of interesting stories about 70’s football and its characters. Now a regular pundit with Sky T.V.
Ray Clemence:
Legendary goalkeeper with Liverpool, Tottenham and England. He is currently working as a coach to the senior England squad. How about a double header with his son Stephen who is currently a Birmingham player?
Alan Ball:
A former successful player with Blackpool, Everton, Arsenal and England. He was a member of the England 1966 World cup winning team. He has recently been the Manager of Portsmouth and Manchester City.
Bryan Robson: (Captain Marvel)
Massive name from Manchester Utd and England. He recently managed   Middlesbrough, Bradford and West Bromwich Albion. He  will consider certain requests for personal appearances / dinners.
Alan Brazil:
Legendary Scotland player, now with Sky television and Talk sport every morning now with1 million listeners. He made his name playing for Ipswich, Tottenham and Manchester United. He will be available for a double header with his co radio presenter Mike Parry as a forum style of show similar to his radio show.
Brian Kidd:
The former Manchester Utd player and assistant manager. From there went to manage Blackburn Rovers and was Sven’s assistant with the England team. An individual that certainly has had his finger on the pulse of premier league football.
Dave Bassett:
The former Wimbledon, Crystal Palace, Sheffield United ,Nottingham Forest and Leicester City manager who took Wimbledon through the divisions to the premier league.
Archie Gemmell:
A legend in Scotland due to his famous World cup goal. A distinguished player with Nottingham Forest and Derby County. Now a scout with Derby.
Sir Trevor Brooking:
West Ham and England player now a football pundit with the BBC as well as a director of football (and former caretaker manager) at West Ham. Now in a senior position with the FA.

Pat Jennings:
A most successful goalkeeper with Watford, Tottenham, Arsenal and Northern Ireland and is currently a goalkeeping coach at Tottenham.

Ray Wilkins:
Former Chelsea, Manchester United and England player and captain, is very knowledgeable about the current game. Has recently been the manager of Fulham and coach with Chelsea.
Bob Wilson:
After a successful playing career with Arsenal and Scotland, Bob has recently retired from being a much admired Sports presenter with ITV, but is still bookable for sporting dinners.
Trevor Francis:
A former player with Birmingham, Nottingham Forest and Sampadoria.
Trevor was the boy wonder of his era and was the Manager of Birmingham City.
Dennis Law:
A much respected former player with both the Manchester giants City and United and Scotland. He is currently working in both Radio and Television as a football pundit / personality.
Duncan McKenzie:
Former Leeds, Nottingham Forest, Chelsea and Everton player.
Alvin Martin: West Ham, Orient, And England (17 caps) TV and Radio pundit regular daily show with   Talk Sport.
Gary Mabbutt:
630 Tottenham Hotspurs appearances, 36 goals and England player (16 caps) recently retired, he is still very current and has played against most of the current players in the Premier League. He has lots to say about his former teammates and managers and an interesting insight of the game today. A more serious speaker who works across the world as an ambassador for football.
Alan Hudson:
Chelsea, Stoke City and England player. A football playboy of the '70’s. Alan is just recovering from a horrendous accident years ago. He has written 3 books and writes weekly for the newspapers in Stoke. He has played against the greatest characters of the English football game and is still big pals with Terry Venables, so has plenty to talk about.
Neville Southall:
After a very successful league and International career with Everton and Wales respectively. Now the manager of the under19’s National Welsh team, and in an active roll in the coaching set up for Wales.
Harry Redknapp:
Former player and successful manager of West Ham United, a very amusing and entertaining speaker who is passionate about the game. Now manager of Premiership Portsmouth,   and doing a tremendous job with taking them from the lower end of the 1st division to the premiership.
Graham Kelly:
Former chief executive of the FA who has a wealth of interesting and amusing stories about his time with the FA and whose presentation surprises those who only saw him as a non smiling miserable old buffer.
Graham is a director of Luton Town.
John Barnes: 
Legendary Liverpool and England player now a football pundit he has his own weekly show on Channel 5.
Ron Atkinson:
The larger then life character of present day football. Formally a player with Oxford Utd and a successful manager with WBA, Aston Villa and Manchester Utd. Now having a sabbatical working as a football pundit.

Steve Kindon:
Former Huddersfield & Wolverhampton player and a very entertaining speaker. Highly recommended ! A very funny man whom comics hate to work with, because he is so good !

Ossie Ardilles:
Legendary Argentine World Cup winner, played at the highest level internationally and for Spurs.  He  managed internationally, and is now based in the UK.
Tina Moore:
First wife of Bobby Moore now based in the UK. Lots of interesting and unheard stories about Bobby. Tina was married to Bobby all through his football career. Therefore can give some insight to 1966 & 1970 World cups and the true stories of this legend whose untimely death robbed the country of one of football’s legends. Autumn 2005 sees her book “Bobby Moore” being launched BBC are doing a programme on Bobby and her also late 2005
Alex Stepney:
Former Manchester Utd and England goalkeeper. He won the European Cup with Man Utd in 1968 plus a host of other medals, while playing with the great names of Old Trafford.
Gary Stevens:
204 Tottenham appearances, England 7 caps including World cup 86. Brighton and Hove Albion 151 appearances, an interesting after dinner speech.
Martin Keown:
Still playing football now with Reading after a long career in the premiership for Arsenal and then Leicester played with the England squad over a period of years, not exclusive to us but we can book him and deal with him directly.
Jack Taylor: International referee currently heavily involved with the Nationwide Football league and in his spare time a steward for the Jockey Club. He refereed over 1000 matches including European, FA Cup and World Cup finals.
Billy Bonds: Former West Ham player and Manager also Manager of Millwall. Now a Radio pundit.

John Toshack:
Former Liverpool and Wales legend, managed Swansea, Wales, Real Madrid, La Coruna, Sporting Lisbon, Real Sociadad , Murcia and has just been appointed the Welsh Manager again.

Lloyd Scott:
Former Leyton Orient and Blackpool goal keeper but best known for his charity work including Everest, walking the Sahara Desert, completed `Firewalk` walking barefoot over burning coals raised over a million pounds for charity this year walked the London Marathon as a deep sea diver gaining international media coverage. Lloyd has been asked to walk the New York Marathon. Also honoured this year on “ This Is Your life” his speech is truly inspirational. He has just ridden across Australia on a Penny Farthing. In the Queen’s birthday honours list 2005 awarded the MBE.
Phil Thompson:
Assistant manager at Liverpool former player with Liverpool and England, became caretaker manager with Liverpool when Gerrard Houllier was ill.
John Fashanu:
Former Wimbledon, Norwich and England player perhaps better known for being a host  on Gladiators and recent finalist on “I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here”
Joe Royle:
Former manager with Everton, Manchester City and now with Ipswich.

Neil ‘Razor’ Ruddock:
Former Liverpool, West Ham, Tottenham, QPR, Millwall, Swindon, and Crystal Palace player a “character” from the game, various media work, a contestant on the 2004 “I’m A Celebrity” now on the after dinner circuit. He’s a ‘live wire’ !!!

Sir Bobby Robson
A legend in football, having managed England, Newcastle, Ipswich and played for England and still wants to stay in football although now 71 years old!  Available for speeches and personal appearances.
Graham Poll:
Current Premiership referee refereed at the 2002 World Cup, the Champions League 2004 , the Play Off’s 2004 . Certainly in the public eye and not afraid to stand his ground !  Ideal for after dinner speaking and motivational work.
Graham Bean:
“The Sleaze Buster”, the prosecutor from The FA, with many interesting, and humorous stories about footballers and managers who have appeared before him, as a former police officer he also was the handler in the countries first ‘super grass case’ and so a motivational speech can also be provided with various topics.
Tony Cottee:
Former England, West Ham and Leicester player now a pundit with Sky recently retired,   and member of the “Boys of 86” team. A knowledgeable and articulate speaker, capable of hosting too.
Alan Kennedy:
Legendary Liverpool player takes and shows his medals on all personnel appearances !
Phil Neal: 
Another Legendary Liverpool and England player (50 caps)
Paul Gascoigne (Gazza):
A legendary maverick from the game of football .Who can forget the tears from the world cup in 1990 ? And his brilliant goal against Scotland in Euro 96 ? He’s just had a No.1 best seller with his autobiography.
Stuart Pearce:
Former West Ham and England ‘hardman’. Ex Man City manager , now current England Under 21 manager .
Tony Gale: 
Now a regular pundit with “The Sun” won the championship with Blackburn also played at West Ham .A regular face on Sky.
Tony Adams:
England and Arsenal captain , and former manager of Wycombe , available for selective engagements.
Warren Barton: 
Just retired from Premiership games with Newcastle Utd, now getting into coaching and media work.
Emanuel Petit: 
Barcelona, Chelsea, Arsenal and French World Cup goal scorer in 1998. Now retired and living in UK . Available for selective bookings.
Dion Dublin:
England, Coventry, Aston Villa now with Leicester although a current player “has his feet firmly on the ground” interested in all types of work subject to football commitments
Ron “Chopper” Harris:
Legendary hard man of 70’s football a previous captain of Chelsea and with Chelsea now very much in the public eye a must for the insight of this great club
Peter Osgood:
Named as ‘Chelsea’s top forward ever’. He formed part of the successful 70’s Chelsea team, and also went on to play for Southampton and England.
Kerry Dixon
Ex Chelsea and England striker
David Fairclough
"Supersub" from Liverpool's all conquering team .
Tony Gubba
TV Commentator
Jimmy Hill OBE
Former footballer turned TV commentator .
Rodney Marsh
Flambouyant former QPR , Man City and England star , who also played in America , now a TV pundit .
Alan Mullery MBE
Ex Tottenham , Fulham and England star .
Tommy Smith
Ex Liverpool hardman .
Nobby Stiles
Former Man Utd star and member of England's 1966 World Cup winning squad .
Graham Taylor
Former Watford and England manager .
Terry Venables
Former Tottenham and England manager .
Ian Wright
Former Arsenal and England striker , now TV pundit and Chat Show host .
Frank Worthington
Former Leicester and England star .

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