England Fans Chat Tribute Game.
...written by Chris Cox, posted in News, with 1 Comment.

Update: Read the match report here.

The England Fans are staging a game in London against Spanish fans ahead of the International in honour of Robin Chatterjee. All details are below. His son Roy will be playing in the game, and the Robin Chatterjee Trophy will be awarded to the winning team.

Fans team relishing Spanish inquisition

The squad has now been confirmed for Saturday’s fans match with Spain which will be in remembrance of Robin Chatterjee.

As we reported on the englandfans website last month, the tragic news of Robin’s death was met with great sadness by the squad, and as a team they were determined to show their respect for a fellow englandfans member, therefore the decision was made that the game will now be played for The Robin Chatterjee Memorial Trophy.

A lot of interest has been generated within the membership and the opposition ranks in the build-up to the game, and a large crowd is expected to be at Wealdstone FC’s St. George’s Stadium come the 10:30am kick-off to cheer the Three Lions on. A large away crowd is also expected, so the team will really be counting on fellow members support.

The squad of members selected for the match is listed below, along with which club each individual supports:

Russell Rainbow Manchester City FC
Sam Shethran Arsenal FC
Matt Davies Southend United FC
Richard Serowka Arsenal FC
David Wooley Everton FC
David Thompson Everton FC
Adam Durnin Leeds United FC
Greg Howell Stoke City FC
Shane Jackson Newcastle United FC
Dan Bell Manchester United FC
Alan Murray AFC Wimbledon
Nathan Wooley Everton FC
Mark Tighe Sheffield United FC
Craig North Nottingham Forest FC
Lewis Robson Newcastle United FC
Dan Stevens AFC Wimbledon
Stan Stanfield Doncaster Rovers FC
Paul Johnson Luton Town FC
Ian Allsop Luton Town FC
Michael Harte Tottenham Hotspur FC
Liam Hegarty Arsenal FC
Rob Russell Manchester United FC
Roy Chatterjee Wolverhampton Wanderers FC
Michael Lister Leeds United FC
Paul McKay Coventry City FC
Adam McDaid Darlington FC
Dean Asher Nottingham Forest FC

Manager: Garford Beck
Assistant Manager: Brian Robson
Head Coach: Mike Rosher
Team Administrator: Andy Snarski
England Mascot: Darren Snarski
England Photographer: Jez Tighe

Anyone interested in going along to support the fans team is more than welcome, with parking and refreshments both available. You will be able to leave your car in the club car park, safe, secure and free of charge whilst you go to Wembley Stadium for the main game. The car park will then be open for you to collect your vehicles after the game.

For directions to the ground, please see below:

Club Address:

Wealdstone Football Club,
St. George’s Stadium,
Grosvenor Vale,
Ruislip,
HA4 6JQ.

Directions to St. George’s Stadium:

From the M1: Follow Signs for Heathrow Airport on the M25. Come off at Junction 16 onto the A40, come off at The Polish War Memorial junction A4180 sign posted to Ruislip, continue on West End Road, right into Grosvenor Vale after approx 1.5 miles, the ground is at the end of the road.
From the M25: Junction 16 off onto A40, come off at The Polish War Memorial junction A4180 sign posted to Ruislip, continue on West End Road, right into Grosvenor Vale after approx 1.5 miles, the ground is at the end of the road.
From the M4: Junction 4B, take the M25 Towards Watford, come Off Junction 16 and join A40, come off at The Polish War Memorial junction A4180 sign posted to Ruislip, continue on West End Road, right into Grosvenor Vale after approx 1.5 miles, the ground is at the end of the road.
From Heathrow Airport: Follow Signs to M4. Follow M4 Towards Reading. Take Junction 4B onto M25 come off at Junction 16 and join A40, come off at The Polish War Memorial junction A4180 sign posted to Ruislip, continue on West End Road, right into Grosvenor Vale after approx 1.5 miles, the ground is at the end of the road.
From Ruislip Manor Station (Metropolitan Line) turn left out of the station, then 1st right into Shenley Avenue, 3rd left into Cranley Drive, the ground is 50 yards on the left.
From Ruislip Station (Metropolitan Line) Turn left and walk up the stairs turn left again and go over the bridge into West End Road, walk down approx 200 yards and turn left into Grosvenor Vale. From Ruislip Gardens (Central Line). Turn right into West End Road and keep going for approx 1/2 mile turn right into Grosvenor Vale, the ground is at the end of the road.
The E7 bus runs between Ealing Broadway and Ruislip Stations. There are stops on both sides of West End Road by Grosvenor Vale.

Chris Cox is co founder and chairman of the DDCWWFCSC.
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One Response to “England Fans Chat Tribute Game.”

  1. Garford Beck Says:

    November 10th, 2011 at 10:27 pm

    Thank you, Chris, for bringing The Robin Chatterjee Memorial Trophy match, v Spain, to the attention of a wider audience.

    Wolves fans would be especially welcome at the fixture and we have the most magnificent trophy, up for grabs, in which to honour Robin’s memory.

    Kindest regards,
    Garford Beck

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