THE FWA INTERVIEW: TONY HUDDBEING A LEYTON ORIENT FAN ALMOST A CRIME IN NORTH KOREA
By CHRISTOPHER DAVIES
THE broken biro was the clue. It would take a mind of Derren Brown proportions to guess someone who wanted to buy a new biro was a journalist, but for the, ahem, North Korean travel representative the two and two became a very uncomfortable four for Tony Hudd.
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EXPENSES – a word to strike fear in football writers during these times of recession with sports desks eager to cut costs wherever they can. No more flying at the sharp end of a plane, go over £25 for dinner at your peril and any wine is vino plonko.