Tuktuk Day 124

one of the great truths of a project like this is that it is often easier to rely on yourself than others. A couple of interviews for this week did not materialise, shall we say and to put it politely. It was fantastic then to deal with the boys at Beer Lanyard FC who came back to me within 0.000023 microseconds and say they were happy to help. Proud of them.

This looks like a great day out and for a great cause. Justin Edinburgh was a Spurs legend with over 200 league games before he moved into management and had a spell at my beloved Gillingham. The thing about Justin is that nobody, but nobody has a bad word to say about him. Everyone who has ever had dealings with him says he was consistently open and honest and behaved with credibility and integrity. Like me he had a SCA, fortunately I survived but tragically he did not. The JE3 Foundation was set up in his memory.

For three decades, Justin Edinburgh inspired the masses as a professional footballer and promotion-winning manager. Today, his impact reverberates as the Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation campaigns for legislative change on the installation of Automated External Defibrillators within health and sports facilities, while raising awareness of cardiac arrest and delivering CPR training. More details here

So, a great day out at Sixfields in prospect. For more details check out the official Beer Lanyard website


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