A new week, well Tuesday, but hey, only four days to go until another Bank Holiday Weekend.
Talking about weekends, last Sunday I was at Wembley Stadium for the F A Trophy and even though my team, Leyton Orient lost, it didn’t matter one single bit. Why you may ask, or maybe not. Well, for over forty years, I’ve been supporting the mighty O’s, who I may add were crowned CHAMPIONS of the National League this season. Anyway, one of my all time favourite players whilst watching Orient was Peter Kitchen. See you have heard of him, because not only did he play for Orient, Fulham, Doncaster, even had spells in Hong Kong and Las Vegas in America, but Peter also played for Cardiff City, from 1980 to 1982 and made 67 appearances, scoring 21 goals. Now that’s a great return.
Peter and I chatted about his career, the managers he played under, his best goals, one of them was against Middlesborough in the FA Cup and also his two goals at Chelsea, also in the Cup. I also thanked him for all his support for my books, especially the book that’s becoming a movie with Executive Producers Golden Miles Production, co-producers No Reservation Entertainment and directed by Christopher Butler.
Also, I met up with friends, who have been mentioned here before, Ashleigh, the singer and her husband Dave, with their children. All in all, apart from the result, we lost one nil to AFC Fylde, congratulations to them, the day was very enjoyable and as I said, meeting Peter, who’s a real gent was the outstanding moment of the day.
I’m looking forward to meeting up again with Peter, which I feel will be at the premiere of Wrong Place Wrong Time.
Until next time, enjoy the weather.