FWA Q&A: Neil HarmanNEIL HARMAN on chatting with Sir Matt...Contemplation Point...and wonderful Fox pies
Have you ever worked in a profession other than football?
If you count marking up the newspapers for delivery as a 14-year-old in Leigh-on-Sea and then doing shifts before and after school behind the counter in the same local newsagents, I suppose that's my only other profession. I left school at 16 and joining the Evening Echo, based in Basildon as a junior sports reporter and from there it has been journalism all the way.
Giving Alan Ball a piggy-back after the 1966 World Cup win…drinks with Ronnie Biggs…and praying for the phone to ringAs Fleet Street legend STEVE CURRY celebrates his 70th birthday he looks back on a successful and eventful career.
By CHRISTOPHER DAVIES
IT WAS Cassius Clay who was the springboard for Steve Curry’s career as a football writer.
And when a young, innocent lad from Lancashire came to London his life literally went to pot.