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Elton John, singer and songwriter pictured during his interview for John Gibson Featured November Print

Elton John, singer and songwriter pictured during his interview for John Gibson

Elton John, singer and songwriter pictured during his interview for John Gibson, Chief Sports Writer at The Newcastle Chronicle in November 1977.
Elton wears a Watford Football Club on his left lapel and speaks passionately about the club. He talks of other clubs having no ambition, and says "I've devised a five year plan aimed at getting us into The Second Division." Watford are sitting at the top of the fourth division as of this picture. He went on to say" I've given five year contracts to Graham Taylor and his assistant Bertie Mee. They are fun to work with. They stay. But our ground isn't up to scratch. We have bloody awful offices and no decent premises for the Supporters Club. All that will change. I want a 30,000 all seated stadium used by all the community as a whole. What's more. I'll get it." "Watford are going places, thanks to Graham (Taylor). He's fabulous. The best" Elton admitted that his introduction to the Watford board caused a few embarrassing moments. "Mainly" he said, "because at the time I was about 6.ft 3inches and had pink hair. It was while I was wearing those bloody big platform boots shows and doing crazy things. Now I'm 5ft. 3 inches and wearing suits and ties whenever I am on club business."
Full interview published in The Newcastle Chronicle on 19th November 1977 page 14.
Picture taken 16th November 1977

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25 Nov 1977 Featured November Print

25 Nov 1977

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1970s, 1977, 20th Century, Fun, Leisure, Outdoor Activities, Skateboarder, Skateboarding, Sport, Transport, Urban, Youth Culture

Glasgow Rangers 2 v St. Mirren 1. Scottish Premier Division match at Ibrox Featured November Print

Glasgow Rangers 2 v St. Mirren 1. Scottish Premier Division match at Ibrox

Glasgow Rangers 2 v St. Mirren 1.
Scottish Premier Division match at Ibrox.
(Picture) Its a big joke to Rangers and St Mirren players.
At least St Mirren player Iain Munro (left) and former colleagues Sandy Jardine and Gordon Smith think so.
For Glasgow referee David Syme is about to send off the wrong player. The incredible mix-up came when Rangers winger Tommy McLean was sent off for an off the ball incident.
19th November 1977

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