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Supporting Hope Against Cancer Charity 8th April 2018

Leicester City Legends vs Hope Against Cancer

Supporting Hope Against Cancer Charity

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WELCOME Welcome to everyone attending today’s match supporting Hope Against Cancer Charity. We are expecting a tough game today and it should be good. There are a lot of big names in the Leicester Legends Squad and I do hope that you all enjoy the match. Thank you to Jonny Larsen for all his hard work in organising this match. Regards Tom Naughton Manager LCFC Legends Good afternoon and welcome to Kirkby Road, the home of Barwell FC. I would firstly like to thank Barwell for their kind hospitality.

programme you are reading today. Debbie produces Roundabout Hinckley and Roundabout the Villages magazines that you may read locally.

I would also like to thank Dean at Sprayforce UK Ltd for their generous match sponsorship.

I would also like to place on record my thanks to Chris, Tom, Walshy and all of the Leicester Legends who are here today. I hope we give you a game!

Thirdly, thanks to Michael and all at the Blue Bell Inn, Desford for their kind sponsorship of our brand new kit that will be worn today.

But more importantly, I hope everyone who has turned out today enjoys the match and I hope to see you at the Blue Bell, Desford after the game for a pint with the legends.

Again, thank you to Vicky-Anne and her dance academy for their kind sponsorship of the jackets worn by the management. There will also be an auction where we have an LCFC shirt signed by the legends Finally, thanks to Debbie Heron for taking and a signed Virgil Van Dijk Liverpool the time to design and produce the shirt. Designed and produced by ROUNDABOUT HINCKLEY Magazine


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Hope means so much to me and has captured the hearts of our friends and family that are on this journey with us.

Everyone who is reading this has, in some way, made a contribution to Hope Against Cancer and for that I need to thank you. Later on in the programme, you will hear from my wife Jo, and Nigel Rose, Chief Executive of Hope. They will tell you more about the work that Hope do, and why we got involved with Hope. Prior to writing this, our Just Giving Page passed ÂŁ10,000. For this, I need to thank everyone who is reading this that has played their part in raising such a fantastic amount of money for a great local charity. But believe me, this is just the start... Now onto the game itself... As a lifelong LCFC fan, some of the names on the legends team sheet are the finest I've ever seen wear the famous fox crest. Walshy, Elliott, Guppy, some of the household names from the Martin O'Neill era. But one name I've missed is Muzzy. Muzzy was my boyhood hero, the Cockney Turk. I even convinced my parents to name a dog after him. Muzzy strolled around the fields with elegance, just like his name sake did on the hallowed turf of Filbert Street.

For Hope to be selected as a charity that the legends want to recognise and support is heart-warming. On top of this, for the legends to play against 22 men who I have put together plus management team, this is an absolute honour for me. I am also honoured to call the 22 players, plus Simon and Jam (management team) my mates. On top of this, I am also honoured to be doing this for Hope. You will read later about Hope and the impact they have on mine and Jo's life. I need to take this opportunity to thank Nigel, Tracey, Barbara, Sarah, all the Hope nurses and staff for the simply incredible work that you all do at Hope. So all that remains for me to say is thank you for being here today, thank you for reading this and thank you for your support. Hope is an incredible charity and deserves all the support possible. Enjoy the match and I'll see you at the Blue Bell where we can toast a fantastic day. Jonny

Its an absolutely unbelievable feeling for me to have these legends here today. Men that I idolised growing up, watching them score winners at Wembley, they are now here giving up their time to help us raise funds and awareness for Hope. www.roundabouthinckley.co.uk


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I would like to say a personal thank you to a wonderful couple - Jonny Larsen and Jo Sutton. Jonny and Jo work tirelessly to support our work in funding vital, local cancer research that benefits the people of Leicestershire. Hope Against Cancer is privileged to be the charity beneficiary of the Leicester Legends Charity Football Match. For those who don’t know us, Hope Against Cancer is Leicestershire and Rutland’s local cancer research charity. We were established in 2003 to bring cutting-edge research to our area and make clinical trials available to local people. Since 2003 we have raised in excess of £5m and funded over 60 research projects tackling many different forms of cancer. We work in partnership with local universities and hospitals to fund pioneering research to ensure that Leicestershire remains a hub of expertise in cancer research and treatment. In 2012 we established and opened a dedicated clinical trials unit at Leicester Royal Infirmary to offer patients access to new medicines and therapies. We fund our very own Hope Nurse there who adds to the care and support trials patients receive.

Jo is a remarkable young woman, having cancer herself, she knows how important it is for us to fund research that uncovers new and better treatments and therapies. Her determination to live life to the full and support our cause in doing so is extremely humbling to everyone involved at Hope. So finally, do enjoy the day, and in being entertained and having fun, please accept our grateful thanks for being here because your support is helping us to fund vital, world-class, life-saving research locally right here in Leicestershire. Your valued support will benefit local cancer patients across Leicestershire and Rutland now and in the future. Good luck to the intrepid Hope Against Cancer side today! May the best team win, but with your support, local cancer research is the winner! Thank you!

Nigel Rose Chief Executive of Hope Against Cancer

Let me first thank all the Leicester City FC legends who have given their time to take part, Barwell FC and the Blue Bell Inn at Desford for hosting us and supporting the day and all of you for coming to this wonderful fun event in aid of our charity. Designed and produced by ROUNDABOUT HINCKLEY Magazine


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Leicester Legends vs Hope Against Cancer Team 8th April 2018 On 2nd September 2015 at the age of 35 my life as I knew it changed forever when I was diagnosed with breast cancer. A week later I was left completely devastated when I was told that I had stage 4 (there is no stage 5) secondary breast cancer. Secondary cancer occurs when cancerous cells separate from the primary tumour and travel to distant organs, in my case it is in my bones. There is no cure for stage 4 cancer and average life expectancy at this stage is just 36 months! I will always have cancer, it will never be completely gone from my body and my only hope is that it lies dormant for as long as possible. The only way to achieve this is through constant treatment hence I will be on a treatment plan for the rest of my life. There are numerous drugs, mainly chemotherapy’s, which basically means I will go through until the cancer becomes resistant to each one and I move onto the next, until I run out of options. I was extremely lucky to be offered a clinical trial as my first line treatment, I initially had 12 cycles of chemotherapy and fortunately I reached the point I had hoped for...my scans showed no evidence of disease! This does not mean the cancer is gone rather the chemotherapy has shrank it so much it is invisible on the scan results. Now my cancer is stable and under control I receive maintenance drugs every 3 weeks. Fortunately there are no side effects from these drugs which means I live a relatively “normal” life. I made a bucket list upon my diagnosis and high on the list was the wish to travel to 100 countries. My next trip will see me tick off my 50th, meaning I am half way there!

I lost my dear mum to breast cancer when she was just 58 years old and before her passing she had raised £28,000 for Breast Cancer Now. She worked relentlessly all through her illness to raise money in order to ease the suffering of others. After we lost her, my sister and I raised a further £20,000 for Breast Cancer Now in her memory. When I realised that Hope Against Cancer relies on charitable donations Jonny and I set about raising money for this amazing charity and aim to match the £50,000 that mum raised for Breast Cancer Now. We have just reached our first £10,000 milestone! If you are reading this you will have contributed to your local Leicestershire based cancer research charity, Hope Against Cancer and I thank you sincerely. All of the money raised goes towards improving current medicines and finding kinder alternatives and hopefully one day a cure for this awful disease. I just want to remind each and every one of you to make sure you regularly check your breasts. I was diagnosed after finding a lump during a self examination and I cannot emphasise the importance of this practice enough! It takes seconds and I am not exaggerating when I say it could save your life! If you find anything suspicious please get it checked out, that is what the doctors are there for. If you want to ask me anything at all I would always be happy to help... As always thank you for your continued support.. Jo

I have been on the trial for two years now and the amazing results are down to the Hope Against Cancer unit at Leicester Royal Infirmary. I cannot praise the doctors, nurses and researchers at the unit enough because without their expertise l quite possibly would not be here now. When I realised that the Hope Unit is run on donations I wanted to give something back.

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Leicester Legends vs Hope Against Cancer Team 8th April 2018 It is 18 years since Matt Elliott climbed the Wembley steps to lift the League Cup secured by his memorable double against Tranmere Rovers, the crowning glory of a spell where he and his team-mates became household names and Leicester City club legends.

you’re too busy breathing!”

He also runs the Matt Elliott Football Development Scheme, to help the development of young footballers at grass roots level in Leicestershire.

ourselves at that level. For some of us, myself included, it was the first opportunity and for some it was their last.

The match today brings together some familiar faces from the Martin O’Neill era, with the likes of Muzzy Izzet and Steve Walsh joining Elliott in the side.

Elliott, unsurprisingly, looks back on that period of his career with fondness. He said: “People And while he retired from the game 13 years always talk about team spirit, but that group of ago, the competitive fires are most definitely players, for a combination of reasons, was still burning and will be on show on the pitch something special. We had a ragamuffin against the Hope XI today. squad, oiks and urchins from all over the shop! Matt, now 49, has enjoyed spells coaching and The manager was instrumental in creating that managing since hanging up his boots and can togetherness and bond, that ‘them against us’ regularly be heard as summariser on BBC mentality. Leicester’s coverage of the Foxes. We all had our reasons for wanting to prove

By his own admission, he hasn’t played as much Legends football as he would have liked but is looking forward to getting on the pitch today.

Garry [Parker] took some of the younger players under his wing and we took guidance from him, even though he was the club clown! He was an amazing player – in pressure situations, Garry would calm it down.

He said: “It was nice to be asked when I first got involved in Legends football. You do end up not playing football as much as you used to and you miss it.

Walshy had been at the club for years, he was Captain Fantastic, Tony Cottee came in and thrived off it, but most people were making their name in the game.

The biggest fear is the thought of it, you think the body won’t stand up to it, but once you get into it those fears are dispelled and you start to enjoy it. The competitive spirit comes back. “You’re there to have a good time, and most importantly of all, to raise some money. I’ve not been involved as much in recent times as I have been – wear and tear on the body means it’s not standing up so well but I like to play when I can.

You’ll never see a scruffier attacking duo than Steve Claridge and Ian Marshall, but they were both good players.

While age may be against the Legends team, one thing which is never lost is the nous gained over years in the professional game, something which can come in handy against a younger, fitter opponent.

Then you had Neil Lennon, who didn’t look like a technical midfielder, Muzzy Izzet, the Cockney Turk and myself, a cockney Glaswegian! It was all testament to Martin’s eye for a player.” You can follow Matt on Twitter at https://twitter.com/mattelliott01

There are little bits of knowledge which help you through a bit when the reflexes are dwindling, you can read situations which can help you out,” said Matt. “But there are situations when it doesn’t quite work that way, especially when you’re up against a young, fit 17-year-old flying up the wing, you’re shouting for help and nothing’s coming out because

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LEICESTER LEGENDS Steve Walsh (born 3rd Nov 1964) ‘Walshy’ is one of Leicester City’s best loved players and was a key man during the club’s golden period of the 1990s. Steve gave excellent service during a 15 year stay at the club and possessed a happy knack of scoring crucial goals including the winner in the 1994 play-off final against Derby County having been converted from centre half to a very effective centre forward. Steve is now a regular contributor on TV and radio. Muzzy Izzet (born 31st Oct 1974) Signed from Chelsea in 1996, Muzzy was a classy midfielder with an eye for goal. His performances for City earned him a call up for the Turkish national team whom he represented in their impressive 2002 World Cup campaign. Following his retirement, Muzzy set up his own Soccer Academy alongside Steve Walsh. Carl Muggleton (born 13th Sep 1968) ‘Muggy’ played in goal for City for 9 years before joining Celtic. He returned to England playing for Stoke amongst others in a career that spanned all 4 divisions. After finishing playing Carl took up coaching while also becoming a driving instructor in Leicestershire. Matt Piper (born 29th Sep 1981) Matt made his debut for City in 2001 and has the distinction of scoring the last ever competitive goal at Filbert Street in a 2-1 win against Spurs. Matt moved to Sunderland in 2002 but a string of injuries forced him to retire aged just 25. Matt Elliot (born 1st Nov 1968) Matt was a no-nonsense centre half and a key player for City during the successful reign of Martin O’Neill. Another player with an eye for

goal, Matt scored the only goal in 2000 League Cup semi final and followed that by scoring both goals as City beat Tranmere 2-1 in the final at Wembley. Matt went on to win 18 caps for Scotland. Matt is a regular contributor on TV and radio.

Johnny Stevenson (born 13th Oct 1982) Jonny came through Leicester City’s Youth Academy and made twelve appearances for the first team. After being released he was snapped up by Swindon Town in 2003. He has also played for Tamworth, Boston United, Hinckley United and Oadby. He currently plays for Gresley FC. Rendall Munroe (born 1st June 1980) Rendall is a former British, Commonwealth and European Super Bantomweight boxer. His old day job as a binman earned him the nickname of ‘The Boxing Binman’. After hanging up his gloves, he opened a Boxing and Fitness Gym in Leicester. Julian Joachim (born 20th Sep 1974) Julian was a lightning quick forward who struck up a great ‘little and large’ partnership with defender-turned-striker Steve Walsh. Julian followed former City manager Brian Little to Aston Villa where he played for 5 seasons. Stuart Storer (born 16th Jan 1967) Stuart played for teams including Birmingham, Everton and Brighton. At age 40 Stuart was a Hinckley United player when they achieved their highest ever league position of fourth in the Conference North. He then became part of the Hinckley coaching staff and took over as manager in May 2013. He is currently manager of Bedworth United.

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LEICESTER LEGENDS Phil Gilchrist (born 25th Aug 1973) Phil played alongside Matt Elliott at Oxford Utd and the pair were reunited when Phil joined City in 1999, making 23 Premier League starts. He went on to play for WBA before ending his playing career back at Oxford. Phil has also managed Conference side Woking. Scott Oakes (born 5th Aug 1972) Scott came through the youth system at City making his debut for the first team in 1989. He joined Luton Town to years later where we was a first team regular and fan’s favourite. Scott then joined Premier League Sheffield Wednesday where he played for 4 seasons. Scott’s brother Stefan also played for City.

he joined Scunthorpe where he enjoyed great success winning promotion to League One, followed by promotion to the Championship. In 2017 Ian became coach of the Northern Ireland Under 21s. Julian Watts (born 17th Mar 1971) Defender Julian made 38 appearances for City between 1996 and 1998, the highlight being the First Division play-off final at Wembley against Crystal Palace when City secured promotion with a 1-0 win. Julian enjoyed a spell at Luton before moving to Australia to join Northern Spirit.

Chris Edwards (born 20th Dec 1980) Chris started the group Kasabian with his schoolmates Tom Meighan and Serge Jersey Budd Pizzorno and played guitar in the band along Jersey released his first album ‘ Wonderlands’ with co-writing their debut album with Serge. in 2009, featuring backing vocals by He left during the recording of their second Kasabian’s Tom Meighan. He has supported album. many artists on tour including Kasabian, Amy MacDonald, Turin Brakes and The Enemy. Dean Wright In 2017, Jersey released his second studio Physio for the Leicester Legends. Dean was previously physio for Leicester City album ‘Gathering Dust’. and Nottingham Forest. Steve Guppy th (born 29 Mar 1969) Tom Naughton Steve was signed by City in 1997 by manager Tom is the Manager of the Legends and the Martin O’Neill for whom he had previously Leicester City Masters (indoor 6-a-side) team. played at Wycombe Wanderers. Steve’s left The Leicester City Masters were national wing trickery earned him an England call up Champions in 2005 and 2007. Tom has over against Belgium. England manager Kevin 30 trophies and he has played over 100 Keegan described him as ‘a left sided David games for the Legends. He also played in the Beckham’. Steve went on to win the Scottish team that beat Celtic 3 - 0 in Tenerife in the Premier League with Celtic and played for DC European Masters in 2008. United in the MLS. In 2014 Steve became a coach with the Republic of Ireland. Ian Barraclough (born 4th Dec 1970) Leicester born Ian began his career with the Foxes before having spells at Lincoln, Mansfield, Notts County and QPR. In 2004

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TODAY’S LINEUP

MANAGER: TOM NAUGHTON

MANAGEMENT TEAM: JONNY LARSEN JAM MAWBY SIMON WALKER

STEVE WALSH

RYAN HOOPER

MATT ELLIOTT

IAN GALLAGHER

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ANDY STEANS HUW MARSDEN JIM BOSTOCK CRAIG SIMPKIN ED BRISCOE MICHAEL COSGROVE JACK RAFFERTY NICKY WHEATLEY TYLER PYNE ASHLEY BARRATT STEWART KENDRICK TOBIAS EBBERS

STUART STORER

SIMON DE WITTE

CHRIS EDWARDS

ALBERTO SODEIKE

DEAN WRIGHT - PHYSIO

PAUL DEEMING MARK LILL ROB BRINE RYAN OAKES SIMON GOODMAN ROBBIE BIGHAM

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