Al Gordon, the man whose passion for The Addicks is made manifest on his blog site God, Charlton and Punk Rock.
If you like reading the words of a true football fan without all the acid-tongued vitriol of a blinkered, deluded ultra, Al is most certainly the man you should seek out. Not only that, but if you live in South London, he's exactly the sort of man to talk football with over a satisfying pint or two. A free tip that you'll thank us later for.
If you're still curious to know more about Al, here's our Focus On profile to tell you everything you need to know...
God, Charlton and Punk Rock and Arsene Wenger's Coat
10 January 1971
Six foot something
Yes, to Heidi
A stepson, Darrel
Stand AMF, True Colours, Got Not Got, Who Ate All The Pies and a host of great Charlton blogs. Did I forget The Attic?
Charlton Athletic, Sutton United and Horley Town
Favourite football player ever:
Biggest thrill while working on your web project(s):
Very little negative feedback. Or threats.
Biggest disappointment while working on your web project(s):
It's always disappointing when you submit something and it isn't used. I'm saving those all up for a future best-selling publication.
Best countries visited:
Poland, Czech Republic
Pie and mash
Scooters. Clobber. Trainers. Real ale. Classic novels. Looking sharp whilst riding my scooter to a quiet boozer for a pint of Young's and a chapter of a book sounds like a plan.
American sitcoms. Gastro Pubs. Badly dressed men. Trendy 'berry' ciders served over ice. Coconut.
Favourite TV shows:
Minder, Peaky Blinders, Knowing Me Knowing You.
Richard E Grant in Withnail & I, Ben Kingsley in Sexy Beast, Michael Caine in Alfie. Not necessarily in that order.
The Wedding Present, The Clash, The Style Council, old Jamaican Ska and some Northern Soul.
Biggest drag while working on your web project(s):
Trying to make a club specific blog different every week due to such a high standard of competition.
To one day write for a living. That, however, is unlikely so perhaps I'll aim for robbing a bank and retiring to a place in the sun on the takings.
If not in your current career, which job would you do?
Anything that involved wearing a well-cut whistle.
Which person in the world would you most like to meet?
If I had to host that food show where you have folks round to dinner I'd invite John Lydon, George Cole, Helena Bonham Carter, and Alan Partridge.
Favourite activity on a day off:
Going to a football match. If it wasn't, I'd think you'd got the wrong man for this.
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