Former Southampton defender Kevin Moore suffering from dementia

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A HOST of ex-Saints stars are coming to the aid of one of their own, Kevin Moore, after he was struck down with a rare form of dementia.

The 51-year-old, who scored Saints’ last Wembley goal, was diagnosed with Pick’s Disease about two years ago.

The Daily Echo has thrown its weight behind the campaign to support Kevin.

The illness, similar to Alzheimer’s, is a form of frontotemporal dementia and generally affects people aged under 65, particularly men.

It has become progressively worse since the diagnosis.

Moore, who also played for Grimsby, Oldham and Fulham, made 185 appearances for Saints, from 1987 to 1994, scoring 13 goals.

He scored the second in Saints’ 3-2 defeat to Nottingham Forest in the 1992 Zenith Data Systems final.

He lives in Otterbourne with his wife Mandy, but requires care seven days a week at the White House, in Curdridge.

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To help finance his visits to the centre, as well as support the family, a group of friends, fans and former colleagues have arranged a charity fundraiser.

They will hold a golf day at Meon Valley in April, followed by a dinner, complete with an auction and raffle.

Richard Becheley is one of the chief organisers of the event, along with friend of the Moores, Ian Ritchie.

They are also receiving help from Lisa Catlin and Saints legend Matt Le Tissier.

Becheley told the Daily Echo why he wanted to help.

“Kevin Moore was the hero of my brother, Simon,” he said.

“I still remember the Zenith Data Systems Cup final at Wembley when he scored.

“I remember seeing pictures of him and the likes of Glenn Cockerill stood by children’s beds at the hospital and I thought someone has got to do something for him now.

“I was caddying for Matt on his golf day last year and he mentioned it then.

“I was shocked to hear what had happened, so I wanted to help.”

Becheley has received sponsorship and prize donations from many local businesses “The support has been unbelievable,”

he said. “The interest in the day has been huge.”

Le Tissier has been busy lining up former Saints stars to captain the golf teams on the day.

Already, the likes of Claus Lundekvam, Francis Benali, Jimmy Case, Iain Dowie and many more have been confirmed.

Le Tissier said it was a cause very close to all of their hearts.

“We are all doing it to support Kevin and Mandy Moore, who are going through some very tough times at the moment,” he said.

“It’s not nice to see one of your old mates suffering, so we are doing what we can to help.

“He’s always been a very solid, dependable and trustworthy guy.

“My abiding memory was him scoring in the Zenith Data Systems final, when he rose like a salmon.

“It was amazing how high he managed to get.

“It was the only time I’ve seen a guy head the ball downwards and into the top corner.”

All the golf teams have already been sold, but a limited number of tickets remain for the dinner.

Caddy positions for the ex- Saints and team captains are being auctioned off.

Bids should be emailed to Richard Becheley at richard@bbmltd.com If not enough are received, the caddy positions will be auctioned on eBay.

Due to the high demand for the golf day, Becheley and co are planning more events in aid of Moore.

Anyone interested in tickets, or providing sponsorship or raffle prizes, can contact Richard Becheley on 07876 778891.

Letters, cards and donations can be sent to The Kevin Moore Benefit Fund, 1 St Simon Close, Locks Heath, Southampton SO31 6DH.

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9:25am Thu 4 Feb 10

ludachris says...

Deserves a testamonial/charity game surely.
All the old boys back for a 1 night special New vs Old.
Flowers
Monkou
Benali
Dodd
Hall
Hurlock
Cockeril
Le Tissier
Dowie
Banger
etc
Nicola could give a large percentage of receipts towards his care.
Just a thought.
Deserves a testamonial/charity game surely. All the old boys back for a 1 night special New vs Old. Flowers Monkou Benali Dodd Hall Hurlock Cockeril Le Tissier Dowie Banger etc Nicola could give a large percentage of receipts towards his care. Just a thought. ludachris

9:31am Thu 4 Feb 10

St.David says...

Very sad news especially for someone so young. . Totally agree with the mail above. A charity game to help towards the cost of care. . . Let's do it!!
Very sad news especially for someone so young. . Totally agree with the mail above. A charity game to help towards the cost of care. . . Let's do it!! St.David

9:35am Thu 4 Feb 10

wonder weasel says...

Would be good if the southampton could do something to help , sure most fans would get behind some kind of fundraiser.... once a saint always a saint
Would be good if the southampton could do something to help , sure most fans would get behind some kind of fundraiser.... once a saint always a saint wonder weasel

9:48am Thu 4 Feb 10

Common says...

Very best wishes to Kevin Moore. He's an absolute gent.
Very best wishes to Kevin Moore. He's an absolute gent. Common

9:49am Thu 4 Feb 10

puppy saint says...

Met him a couple of times and he is a true gentleman! I shall attend whatever event that is organised! Please do what you can to help Kevin and his family! He is a Saint!
Met him a couple of times and he is a true gentleman! I shall attend whatever event that is organised! Please do what you can to help Kevin and his family! He is a Saint! puppy saint

9:49am Thu 4 Feb 10

Reality-man says...

Legend, very sad
Legend, very sad Reality-man

9:49am Thu 4 Feb 10

Reality-man says...

Legend, very sad
Legend, very sad Reality-man

9:51am Thu 4 Feb 10

gosportsaint says...

Agree with above, some kind of fund raiser. Maybe a collection at both the MK Dons game and the Poopey match.
Agree with above, some kind of fund raiser. Maybe a collection at both the MK Dons game and the Poopey match. gosportsaint

9:56am Thu 4 Feb 10

THEKILLER says...

Once a Saint always a Saint, lets have a game with all proceeds going to Kevin
Once a Saint always a Saint, lets have a game with all proceeds going to Kevin THEKILLER

10:14am Thu 4 Feb 10

deadly666 says...

apparently saints have organised a golf day and grimsby have organised a benefit match

why dont all the clubs he played for get to gether at the end of the season and have a tournament to raise money for him?
apparently saints have organised a golf day and grimsby have organised a benefit match why dont all the clubs he played for get to gether at the end of the season and have a tournament to raise money for him? deadly666

10:19am Thu 4 Feb 10

wayborn says...

Brought a tear to me eye reading this story, my father-in-law suffers from a form of dementia and I know how this affects families, I truly hope we can get a testimonial for Kevin to help with his care costs, I was at Wembley and remember that goal-good times.
Kevin Moore-saints legend.
Brought a tear to me eye reading this story, my father-in-law suffers from a form of dementia and I know how this affects families, I truly hope we can get a testimonial for Kevin to help with his care costs, I was at Wembley and remember that goal-good times. Kevin Moore-saints legend. wayborn

10:23am Thu 4 Feb 10

Tirau Dan says...

Wish upon wish they could could bring Ron Davies back from Albuquerque New Mexico for a special event for Kevin.
Ron must be due.

Would be very special.
Wish upon wish they could could bring Ron Davies back from Albuquerque New Mexico for a special event for Kevin. Ron must be due. Would be very special. Tirau Dan

10:54am Thu 4 Feb 10

Swissowned says...

I too was at wembley as a kid to see his goal. I've also been lucky enough to play in a few matches with him for Otterbourne a few years ago. He was still a quality defender too! He's a legend and an absolute gent! My thoughts go out to Kevin and his family.

I agree with some of the previous posters... there should be a testimonial match or something to raisemoney for his care.
I too was at wembley as a kid to see his goal. I've also been lucky enough to play in a few matches with him for Otterbourne a few years ago. He was still a quality defender too! He's a legend and an absolute gent! My thoughts go out to Kevin and his family. I agree with some of the previous posters... there should be a testimonial match or something to raisemoney for his care. Swissowned

10:59am Thu 4 Feb 10

Shaving your pubes is so 2010 says...

I was at the saints v forest game when he scored.Its always sad to hear any one have something like that.
Im sure if the club were to put on a fundraising match we would all be there.so............
PUT IT ON!!!!!!!
I was at the saints v forest game when he scored.Its always sad to hear any one have something like that. Im sure if the club were to put on a fundraising match we would all be there.so............ PUT IT ON!!!!!!! Shaving your pubes is so 2010

11:23am Thu 4 Feb 10

Tony Robertson says...

Dan mentioned Ron Davies, above. I have been trying for some time to find out what's happened to Ron following the 'Give it to Ron' appeal. I have recently managed to get in touch with Duncan Holley, and here is a copy of his reply to me :

"Hi Tony
Sorry perhaps we should have updated it. There is a very good Saints fan called Tim Mumford who has sort of taken over looking after Ron's welfare. He lives in LA but talks everyday to Ron. It was just as well Tim was around because Ron's partner of many years Chrissie, sadly died a few months ago and although Ron is now pretty much A1 when it comes to the physical side of things, obviously her loss affected him deeply. However, the good news is that he seems to be coping and there is a chance he will be able to come to Southampton maybe sometime this year and obviously if that does happen we will be revigorating the site etc and maybe looking at ways to do a bit more fund raising.

Both his hips have been successfully operated on - he is much better than he was prior to the appeal so please pass on this info to all who contributed. Obviously we have not put much pressure on Ron over the last few months but hopefully there may be some news soon.

Thanks again for getting in touch and for supporting the cause.

Rgds Duncan"

I hope this helps all who are interested. It would be great to see Ron back in Southampton at a match soon, especially if it would the Kevin Moore cause.
Dan mentioned Ron Davies, above. I have been trying for some time to find out what's happened to Ron following the 'Give it to Ron' appeal. I have recently managed to get in touch with Duncan Holley, and here is a copy of his reply to me : "Hi Tony Sorry perhaps we should have updated it. There is a very good Saints fan called Tim Mumford who has sort of taken over looking after Ron's welfare. He lives in LA but talks everyday to Ron. It was just as well Tim was around because Ron's partner of many years Chrissie, sadly died a few months ago and although Ron is now pretty much A1 when it comes to the physical side of things, obviously her loss affected him deeply. However, the good news is that he seems to be coping and there is a chance he will be able to come to Southampton maybe sometime this year and obviously if that does happen we will be revigorating the site etc and maybe looking at ways to do a bit more fund raising. Both his hips have been successfully operated on - he is much better than he was prior to the appeal so please pass on this info to all who contributed. Obviously we have not put much pressure on Ron over the last few months but hopefully there may be some news soon. Thanks again for getting in touch and for supporting the cause. Rgds Duncan" I hope this helps all who are interested. It would be great to see Ron back in Southampton at a match soon, especially if it would the Kevin Moore cause. Tony Robertson

11:53am Thu 4 Feb 10

normsted says...

A charity game is a winner, how about the pre season freindlies being against ,Fulham,Grimsby and Oldham ? With gate money going to this saints legend.
No disrespect but its got to be better than eastleigh.
A charity game is a winner, how about the pre season freindlies being against ,Fulham,Grimsby and Oldham ? With gate money going to this saints legend. No disrespect but its got to be better than eastleigh. normsted

11:54am Thu 4 Feb 10

Sutton Saint says...

He always gave 100%.... a sad story....
He always gave 100%.... a sad story.... Sutton Saint

11:56am Thu 4 Feb 10

Irate Wintonian says...

deadly666 wrote:
apparently saints have organised a golf day and grimsby have organised a benefit match why dont all the clubs he played for get to gether at the end of the season and have a tournament to raise money for him?
What a great idea!

I would also like to add to the potential list of players as posted by ludachris:
Ruddock
Shearer
Case
Osman
Rod Wallace
Horne
Madisson

I can remember KM playing alongside all of them.

LEGEND.
[quote][p][bold]deadly666[/bold] wrote: apparently saints have organised a golf day and grimsby have organised a benefit match why dont all the clubs he played for get to gether at the end of the season and have a tournament to raise money for him?[/p][/quote]What a great idea! I would also like to add to the potential list of players as posted by ludachris: Ruddock Shearer Case Osman Rod Wallace Horne Madisson I can remember KM playing alongside all of them. LEGEND. Irate Wintonian

1:00pm Thu 4 Feb 10

pawnsacrifice says...

Oh man!..Kev was one of the players in the team when I first started going to The Dell in the early nineties, seem to remember his header going in from the underside of the bar in the ZDS final
Oh man!..Kev was one of the players in the team when I first started going to The Dell in the early nineties, seem to remember his header going in from the underside of the bar in the ZDS final pawnsacrifice

1:39pm Thu 4 Feb 10

E-M27 says...

So sad to hear and best wishes to him and his family
Agree with any or all of the above fund raising ideas and Saints fans and the club should do something to help
I think the 4 teams he played for in a mini tournament in pre season would be a good idea along with collections at home games etc
Once a Saint always a Saint
So sad to hear and best wishes to him and his family Agree with any or all of the above fund raising ideas and Saints fans and the club should do something to help I think the 4 teams he played for in a mini tournament in pre season would be a good idea along with collections at home games etc Once a Saint always a Saint E-M27

1:58pm Thu 4 Feb 10

7saint7 says...

Nottingham Forest in the 1992 Zenith Data Systems final. i rember that game was only time i went to wemberly would love a re match of that to raise money for Kevin Moore be great if saints and Nottingham Forest of old could could play in it. i for one would go
Nottingham Forest in the 1992 Zenith Data Systems final. i rember that game was only time i went to wemberly would love a re match of that to raise money for Kevin Moore be great if saints and Nottingham Forest of old could could play in it. i for one would go 7saint7

2:48pm Thu 4 Feb 10

Lauren1990 says...

:'( It is so hard watching someone you love disappear in front of you and you cannot do anything to make them better or to keep them here for longer.....my thoughts are with his family.....i hope he lives for many years more but at the same time i hope he does not suffer x
:'( It is so hard watching someone you love disappear in front of you and you cannot do anything to make them better or to keep them here for longer.....my thoughts are with his family.....i hope he lives for many years more but at the same time i hope he does not suffer x Lauren1990

2:57pm Thu 4 Feb 10

Ted Rogers says...

Headline reads 'Striker'

He was a Centre Half...no wonder the echo are banned from St.Marys.
Clueless.
The best way to generate financial support for him would be an organised collection at home matches. Testimonials rely on ticket price as opposed donation and although most people on this thread would support the game i'm afraid the majority will not attend due to lethargy and charity fatigue.
I wish him and his family well.
Headline reads 'Striker' He was a Centre Half...no wonder the echo are banned from St.Marys. Clueless. The best way to generate financial support for him would be an organised collection at home matches. Testimonials rely on ticket price as opposed donation and although most people on this thread would support the game i'm afraid the majority will not attend due to lethargy and charity fatigue. I wish him and his family well. Ted Rogers

4:46pm Thu 4 Feb 10

bazza says...

I will always remember Kevin Moore as being a 100 % effort footballer.Not the best skillfully but not many better combined with Effort.A great Saints player that missed the boat money wise but a great Saint.I wish him well in his time of need.I for one will always remember that Goal at Wembley when he stood still mid air to nod that header down and up to send Saints wild.
I will always remember Kevin Moore as being a 100 % effort footballer.Not the best skillfully but not many better combined with Effort.A great Saints player that missed the boat money wise but a great Saint.I wish him well in his time of need.I for one will always remember that Goal at Wembley when he stood still mid air to nod that header down and up to send Saints wild. bazza

5:15pm Thu 4 Feb 10

footballcrazy says...

something that the fans could be more involved in as we cant all afford golf days and dinners.he always did a lot in the community and if i remember right has been a bone marrow donor twice. i remember seeing him at a junior saints prize giving event with my sons and he called my son his look alike even signing his autograph to that effect
something that the fans could be more involved in as we cant all afford golf days and dinners.he always did a lot in the community and if i remember right has been a bone marrow donor twice. i remember seeing him at a junior saints prize giving event with my sons and he called my son his look alike even signing his autograph to that effect footballcrazy

7:29pm Thu 4 Feb 10

Condor Man says...

I remember Kevin Moore well, especially that goal during the ZDS final. A few years ago he was working for Fulham and I remember talking to a steward who commented on what a nice bloke he was. Let's hope that the Saints come out for KM as they have for Danny Wallace.
I remember Kevin Moore well, especially that goal during the ZDS final. A few years ago he was working for Fulham and I remember talking to a steward who commented on what a nice bloke he was. Let's hope that the Saints come out for KM as they have for Danny Wallace. Condor Man

7:35pm Thu 4 Feb 10

freeroamer says...

All the very best Kevin!! You were and still are a Saints legend
All the very best Kevin!! You were and still are a Saints legend freeroamer

7:45pm Thu 4 Feb 10

Ian Branfoot says...

A good Saints player.He came to my school when he was a Saints player to talk about life in football. Our Prayers & thoughts are with Kevin & his family.
A good Saints player.He came to my school when he was a Saints player to talk about life in football. Our Prayers & thoughts are with Kevin & his family. Ian Branfoot

9:12pm Thu 4 Feb 10

Tirau Dan says...

Tony Robertson wrote:
Dan mentioned Ron Davies, above. I have been trying for some time to find out what's happened to Ron following the 'Give it to Ron' appeal. I have recently managed to get in touch with Duncan Holley, and here is a copy of his reply to me :

"Hi Tony
Sorry perhaps we should have updated it. There is a very good Saints fan called Tim Mumford who has sort of taken over looking after Ron's welfare. He lives in LA but talks everyday to Ron. It was just as well Tim was around because Ron's partner of many years Chrissie, sadly died a few months ago and although Ron is now pretty much A1 when it comes to the physical side of things, obviously her loss affected him deeply. However, the good news is that he seems to be coping and there is a chance he will be able to come to Southampton maybe sometime this year and obviously if that does happen we will be revigorating the site etc and maybe looking at ways to do a bit more fund raising.

Both his hips have been successfully operated on - he is much better than he was prior to the appeal so please pass on this info to all who contributed. Obviously we have not put much pressure on Ron over the last few months but hopefully there may be some news soon.

Thanks again for getting in touch and for supporting the cause.

Rgds Duncan"

I hope this helps all who are interested. It would be great to see Ron back in Southampton at a match soon, especially if it would the Kevin Moore cause.
Hi Tony.. yes caught the news and sent regards re Ron's loss. He must be next in line for Saints hall of Honour. We have a Saint Echo Forum group on fb which is very handy for fans to stay in touch. Hope to catch you there and perhaps Duncan & Tim too.

I doubt if Ron's replacement knees would manage a match but his mere presence would raise the rafters with The Roar and hopefully empty peoples pockets for Kevin
[quote][p][bold]Tony Robertson[/bold] wrote: Dan mentioned Ron Davies, above. I have been trying for some time to find out what's happened to Ron following the 'Give it to Ron' appeal. I have recently managed to get in touch with Duncan Holley, and here is a copy of his reply to me : "Hi Tony Sorry perhaps we should have updated it. There is a very good Saints fan called Tim Mumford who has sort of taken over looking after Ron's welfare. He lives in LA but talks everyday to Ron. It was just as well Tim was around because Ron's partner of many years Chrissie, sadly died a few months ago and although Ron is now pretty much A1 when it comes to the physical side of things, obviously her loss affected him deeply. However, the good news is that he seems to be coping and there is a chance he will be able to come to Southampton maybe sometime this year and obviously if that does happen we will be revigorating the site etc and maybe looking at ways to do a bit more fund raising. Both his hips have been successfully operated on - he is much better than he was prior to the appeal so please pass on this info to all who contributed. Obviously we have not put much pressure on Ron over the last few months but hopefully there may be some news soon. Thanks again for getting in touch and for supporting the cause. Rgds Duncan" I hope this helps all who are interested. It would be great to see Ron back in Southampton at a match soon, especially if it would the Kevin Moore cause.[/p][/quote]Hi Tony.. yes caught the news and sent regards re Ron's loss. He must be next in line for Saints hall of Honour. We have a Saint Echo Forum group on fb which is very handy for fans to stay in touch. Hope to catch you there and perhaps Duncan & Tim too. I doubt if Ron's replacement knees would manage a match but his mere presence would raise the rafters with The Roar and hopefully empty peoples pockets for Kevin Tirau Dan

9:17pm Thu 4 Feb 10

Miltonroadend says...

Very sad.

Best wishes to him and his family.

I remember him signing.... for Saints,

I watched him score at Wembley that day and he was a true gent- an un sung hero of SFC.

Heart goes out to him
Very sad. Best wishes to him and his family. I remember him signing.... for Saints, I watched him score at Wembley that day and he was a true gent- an un sung hero of SFC. Heart goes out to him Miltonroadend

9:23pm Thu 4 Feb 10

St. Curious Chimp says...

ludachris wrote:
Deserves a testamonial/charity game surely. All the old boys back for a 1 night special New vs Old. Flowers Monkou Benali Dodd Hall Hurlock Cockeril Le Tissier Dowie Banger etc Nicola could give a large percentage of receipts towards his care. Just a thought.
..... in total agreement, very sad to hear this about a Saints legend
[quote][p][bold]ludachris[/bold] wrote: Deserves a testamonial/charity game surely. All the old boys back for a 1 night special New vs Old. Flowers Monkou Benali Dodd Hall Hurlock Cockeril Le Tissier Dowie Banger etc Nicola could give a large percentage of receipts towards his care. Just a thought.[/p][/quote]..... in total agreement, very sad to hear this about a Saints legend St. Curious Chimp

9:34pm Thu 4 Feb 10

Tirau Dan says...

St. Curious Chimp wrote:
ludachris wrote:
Deserves a testamonial/charity game surely. All the old boys back for a 1 night special New vs Old. Flowers Monkou Benali Dodd Hall Hurlock Cockeril Le Tissier Dowie Banger etc Nicola could give a large percentage of receipts towards his care. Just a thought.
..... in total agreement, very sad to hear this about a Saints legend
We can have a sweepstake on the time of the first throw in... wink wink
all proceeds in the bucket!! ;p
[quote][p][bold]St. Curious Chimp[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ludachris[/bold] wrote: Deserves a testamonial/charity game surely. All the old boys back for a 1 night special New vs Old. Flowers Monkou Benali Dodd Hall Hurlock Cockeril Le Tissier Dowie Banger etc Nicola could give a large percentage of receipts towards his care. Just a thought.[/p][/quote]..... in total agreement, very sad to hear this about a Saints legend[/p][/quote]We can have a sweepstake on the time of the first throw in... wink wink all proceeds in the bucket!! ;p Tirau Dan

9:38pm Thu 4 Feb 10

Tirau Dan says...

Lauren1990 wrote:
:'( It is so hard watching someone you love disappear in front of you and you cannot do anything to make them better or to keep them here for longer.....my thoughts are with his family.....i hope he lives for many years more but at the same time i hope he does not suffer x
Quality Lauren! in life and love. I think you said it beautifully.
[quote][p][bold]Lauren1990[/bold] wrote: :'( It is so hard watching someone you love disappear in front of you and you cannot do anything to make them better or to keep them here for longer.....my thoughts are with his family.....i hope he lives for many years more but at the same time i hope he does not suffer x[/p][/quote]Quality Lauren! in life and love. I think you said it beautifully. Tirau Dan

2:37am Fri 5 Feb 10

baume says...

yes def a game to help this man , superb for the club , so sad to hear this , How about a whip round at the mk game , a good crowd should make a good start for this great ex saints player .
yes def a game to help this man , superb for the club , so sad to hear this , How about a whip round at the mk game , a good crowd should make a good start for this great ex saints player . baume

6:26am Fri 5 Feb 10

Brite Spark says...

Kev played in some of Saints best sides and was really consistent, I was at Wembley for the ZDS cup final, lets win the JPT for him this year.
Kev played in some of Saints best sides and was really consistent, I was at Wembley for the ZDS cup final, lets win the JPT for him this year. Brite Spark

7:38am Fri 5 Feb 10

Optimist says...

An annual match to help all ex-Saints in need would be nice, we always seem to have a few who are struggling.
Would be a very nice gesture and could help many.
Bringing one off games would help short term but an annual event coupled with a couple of other promoitional (off field) events could make for a nice day out as well promoting everything else the club wishes to highlight over the comming season.
Bringing all of the community work together, all on one day, would strenghten each cause, esspecially when 30,000 people attend, with time less of an issue.
An annual match to help all ex-Saints in need would be nice, we always seem to have a few who are struggling. Would be a very nice gesture and could help many. Bringing one off games would help short term but an annual event coupled with a couple of other promoitional (off field) events could make for a nice day out as well promoting everything else the club wishes to highlight over the comming season. Bringing all of the community work together, all on one day, would strenghten each cause, esspecially when 30,000 people attend, with time less of an issue. Optimist

1:04pm Fri 5 Feb 10

Saint Cope says...

Best wishes to Kevin and his family, that's very sad.

I remember interviewing him when I was a Junior Saint at the old Dell shop. I was confused when Kevin told me his actual real first name was Thomas - and to this day I'm still not sure if he was winding me up. I then asked him various questions to do with his favourite colour/food/hobby etc!

Shearer was lurking in the background but I told him I never wanted to interview him as everybody already knew everything about him as he's recently been in Shoot quite a lot. I still remember the look on his face to this day.
Best wishes to Kevin and his family, that's very sad. I remember interviewing him when I was a Junior Saint at the old Dell shop. I was confused when Kevin told me his actual real first name was Thomas - and to this day I'm still not sure if he was winding me up. I then asked him various questions to do with his favourite colour/food/hobby etc! Shearer was lurking in the background but I told him I never wanted to interview him as everybody already knew everything about him as he's recently been in Shoot quite a lot. I still remember the look on his face to this day. Saint Cope

1:08pm Fri 5 Feb 10

Saint Cope says...

Saint Cope wrote:
Best wishes to Kevin and his family, that's very sad.

I remember interviewing him when I was a Junior Saint at the old Dell shop. I was confused when Kevin told me his actual real first name was Thomas - and to this day I'm still not sure if he was winding me up. I then asked him various questions to do with his favourite colour/food/hobby etc!

Shearer was lurking in the background but I told him I never wanted to interview him as everybody already knew everything about him as he's recently been in Shoot quite a lot. I still remember the look on his face to this day.
'Twas for the school magazine!
[quote][p][bold]Saint Cope[/bold] wrote: Best wishes to Kevin and his family, that's very sad. I remember interviewing him when I was a Junior Saint at the old Dell shop. I was confused when Kevin told me his actual real first name was Thomas - and to this day I'm still not sure if he was winding me up. I then asked him various questions to do with his favourite colour/food/hobby etc! Shearer was lurking in the background but I told him I never wanted to interview him as everybody already knew everything about him as he's recently been in Shoot quite a lot. I still remember the look on his face to this day.[/p][/quote]'Twas for the school magazine! Saint Cope

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