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ABERDEEN

ABERDEEN

James Naughtie, Today presenter
Richard Gordon, BBC Scotland Sportsround presenter

ARSENAL

Piers Morgan
Lord Bragg, writer and broadcaster (also Carlisle)
Clive Anderson, writer and broadcaster
Matt Lucas, Little Britain
Rory McGrath, They Think It's All Over
Dale Winton
Mark Pougatch, BBC Sport
Ashley Heath, former Arena Homme editor
Dermot Murnaghan, BBC presenter
Pete Tong, Radio 1
Jason Cowley, editor OSM
Tony Parsons, columnist
Judge Jules, Radio 1
Michael Moore, film-maker
Tom Moloney, head of EMAP
Osama bin Laden
Tessa Jowell, Minister for Culture, Media and Sport

ASTON VILLA

Emma B, Radio 1 DJ

BARNSLEY

Michael Parkinson, ITV's Parkinson

BIRMINGHAM CITY

David Sullivan, owner Daily Sport
Jasper Carrott

BOLTON WANDERERS

Emma Forbes, former Heart and Capital DJ
Vernon Kay, T4 presenter

BRIGHTON

Jon Snow, Channel 4 News presenter
Des Lynam
Jamie Theakston, BBC TV and radio presenter

BRISTOL CITY

Jonathan Pearce, Radio Five Live
Dominic Mohan, Sun columnist and executive editor

BURNLEY

Alastair Campbell
Tony Livesey, Daily Sport editor
Peter Salmon, BBC director of sport
Stuart Higgins, former Sun editor

CARLISLE UNITED

John Myers, head of Guardian Radio Group

CELTIC

Frank Kane, Observer business editor
Dominik Diamond, TV presenter

CHARLTON ATHLETIC

Michael Grade, BBC chairman
Kelvin MacKenzie
Steve Ryder, Grandstand presenter
Garry Bushell, The People TV columnist

CHELSEA

Mark Borkowski, head of Borkowski PR
Tim Lovejoy, Soccer AM, Sky
Jeremy Vine, The Politics Show, BBC and Radio 2
Trevor Nelson, Radio 1
Mark Wnek, advertising analyst
Johnny Vaughan
David Baddiel
Simon Tiffin, Esquire editor
Barbara Charone, music PR
Benedict Nightingale, Theatre critic, The Times

COLCHESTER UNITED

Steve Lamacq , Radio 1 and 6 Music presenter

COVENTRY CITY

Richard Keys, Sky Sports
Alistair McGowan, Big Impression

CRYSTAL PALACE

Bob Phillis, chief of Guardian Media Group

DERBY COUNTY

Mark Sharman, ITV head of sport

DUNDEE UTD

Lorraine Kelly, GMTV

ESSENDON

(Australian Rules club in Melbourne)
Robert Thomson, The Times editor

EVERTON

Mike Parry, talkSport presenter
Clare Sweeney, TV presenter
Ian Birrell, deputy editor The Independent
Jimmy Mulville, head of Hat Trick Productions
Liam Keelan, BBC TV scheduler
Brian Viner, Independent columnist

FULHAM

Tim Delaney, Leagas Delaney chairman
Max Clifford, PR
Georgie Thompson, Skyr
Jimmy Hill

GLASGOW RANGERS

Jeff Randall, BBC business editor
Gordon Thomson, Time Out editor
Gavin Esler, Newsnight presenter

HARTLEPOOL UNITED

Jeff Stelling, Sky Sports presenter

IPSWICH TOWN

Gavin Allen, Radio 4
Robert Charles, Channel Five controller of sport

LEEDS UNITED

James Brown, Loaded founder
Jeremy Paxman
Chris Moyles, Radio 1 breakfast show presenter
Ian Payne , Sky Sports
Mark Lawson, Newsnight Review presenter
Tim Southwell, Golf Punk
Mark Byford, BBC deputy director general
Neil Hodgkinson, Yorkshire Evening Post editor
John Bartle, BBH founder
Nasser Hussain, Sky Sports cricket
Edward Verity, editor, Ireland on Sunday

LEICESTER CITY

Gary Lineker

LEYTON ORIENT

Ralph Bernard, head of GWR

LIVERPOOL

Alan Green, BBC football commentator
John Birt, former BBC director-general
Spoony, Radio 1
Kirsty Gallacher, Sky Sports
Bob Shennan, Radio Five Live controller
Kelly Dalglish, Sky Sports
Brian Barwick, controller of sport ITV, soon to be FA chief
Tony Elliott, owner, Time Out

LUTON TOWN

Nick Owen, ITV Evening News

MANCHESTER CITY

Simon Kelner, The Independent editor
David Yelland, former Sun editor
Mark Radcliffe, Radio 2
Marc 'Lard' Riley, 6 Music
Stuart Hall, Five Live

MANCHESTER UNITED

Colin Hancock, The World at One editor, Radio 4
Greg Dyke, former BBC director-general
Angus Deayton
Eamonn Holmes, GMTV, Tony Wilson, presenter
Patrick Kielty, chat-show host
Terry Christian, former The Word presenter

MILLWALL

Danny Baker
Rod Liddle, columnist The Spectator
Greg Gutfeld, Maxim editor
Ben Preston, deputy editor The Times

MIDDLESBROUGH

Chris Kamara, Sky Sports presenter and commentator
Bob Mortimer, comedian, BBC quiz host

NEWCASTLE UNITED

Ant and Dec
John McCririck
Gabby Logan, ITV Sport
Vic Wakeling, Sky Sports MD
Chris Donald, founder Viz Comic
Sid Waddell, commentator

OLDHAM ATHLETIC

Phil Rostron, Yorkshire Evening Post sport editor

OXFORD UNITED

Jim Rosenthal, ITV Sport

PORT VALE

Mark Bright, Radio Five Live

QPR

Mike Dunn, News of the World head of sport Robert Elms, BBC London radio presenter
Ray Snoddy, media journalist
Chris Wright, head of Chrysalis

RANGERS

Ally McCoist, ITV pundit

RUSHDEN AND DIAMONDS

Roger Wright, Radio 3 controller

SHEFFIELD UNITED

Mark Frith, editor of Heat,
Richard Caborn, Minister for Sport

SOUTHAMPTON

Tristan Davies, editor of The Independent on Sunday
Tim Burrowes, Media Week editor
Christian O'Connell, XFM DJ and Fighting Talk presenter
Gavyn Davies, former BBC chairman
Lord Hollick
Dickie Davies
Sir Christopher Bland, chairman BT

ST JOHNSTONE

Stuart Cosgrove, C4
Fred MacAulay, BBC Radio Scotland presenter

STOKE CITY

Nick Hancock
Garth Crooks

SUNDERLAND

Kate Adie
Lesley Douglas, controller of Radio 2

TORQUAY

Helen Chamberlain, Soccer AM, Sky

TOTTENHAM

Andy Coulson, News of the World editor
Mark Damazer, Radio 4
Richard Littlejohn
Charlie Whelan, former Labour spin doctor
Julian Worricker, Radio Five Live presenter
Paul Hawksbee, talkSport
Peter Bazalgette
Mihir Bose, Daily Telegraph
Simon Mayo, Five Live

TRANMERE ROVERS

Ray Stubbs, BBC football commentator

WEST BROMWICH ALBION
Adrian Chiles, BBC football presenter
Frank Skinner

WALSALL

Ian Reeves, Press Gazette editor

WEST HAM

Dawn Neesom, Daily Star editor
Matt Lorenzo, Sky Sports News
Noel Edmonds
Phill Jupitus
Martin Kelner, BBC Radio Leeds

WOKING

Martin Tyler, Sky Sports

WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS

Lord Tim Bell, Chime Communications chairman
Sue Lawley

"I HATE FOOTBALL"

Luke Johnson, Channel 4 chairman

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