COMPETITION

RESULTS



Thanks for the entries for the competition to win a signed copy of the Cloughie tribute book 'Champagne Memories'. It tells the story of Colin Shields, who was a close friend of Brian. Colin, who signed the book, was one of the few people besides the players to be allowed on the team coach. He shares many happy memories in this book which retails at £12.99 (you can buy signed copies on this website at a discount price).

The deadline for entries was midnight on November 30th, 2014.

Congratulations to Jim Dodds from Glasgow.


He answered correctly that November 6th, 2014, marked the sixth anniversary of the unveiling of Nottingham's brilliant Cloughie statue.










Thanks for all your entries for the competition to win a special print of the Cloughie statue in Nottingham. The competition was launched to mark what would have been Cloughie's 79th birthday. The eye-catching picture, which brilliantly captures Brian's humour, features part of a well-known Cloughie quote and one of Nottingham's famous residents - a pigeon from the market square.

It's been compiled by Nottingham artist Corrina Rothwell, who based the picture around a photo of the statue, which was unveiled by Mrs Clough after a huge fund-raising campaign by fans.

The quote refers to Cloughie's comment which was originally spotted by this website and placed on the Quotes page for posterity. In an interview following his life-saving operation, he said: "Don't send me flowers when I'm dead. If you like me, send them while I'm alive."

Corrina donated the print as a competition prize for this website. She told us: "Brian Clough's statue is so popular that it just had to be featured in my 'From Nottingham With Love' print series. I'm really pleased with how the image works, with the silhouette of the Watson Fothergill building in the background."

The deadline for entries was midnight on April 21st, 2014.

Congratulations to Karl Jackson of Beccles in Suffolk.


He answered correctly that the statue was unveiled by Mrs Clough on November 6th, 2008. Karl e-mailed to say: "Fantastic news. I've never even won anything on a summer fair tombola - never mind anything as exciting as this. The print will look great on my office wall."










The competition to win a signed copy of Cloughie captain John McGovern's book attracted plenty of entries. Retailing at £18.99, the book describes his working relationship with Cloughie, from their days at Hartlepools United through to the European Cup glory years at Nottingham Forest. He also reveals why he turned down an offer to join the Master Manager at Brighton.

The deadline for entries was midnight on December 1st, 2012.

Congratulations to Kevin Reidy from Athenry, County Galway, Ireland.


He answered correctly that McGovern's weekly wages when he signed for Cloughie at Hartlepools as an apprentice professional were £8. Kevin e-mailed to say: "That's excellent, thank you very much. A fanatical Forest fan has won your competition!"










Thanks for the incredible response to our competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'The Day I Met Brian Clough' signed by Brian's widow, Barbara, and author Marcus Alton. We received entries from around the world, including Brazil, Canada, Turkey and Sweden - as well as from fans in the UK.

The deadline for entries was midnight on October 13th, 2012.

Congratulations to Brian Farrar from Ontario, Canada.


He answered correctly that the former defender who recalled losing Cloughie's dog was Gary Charles.





There was a superb response to our competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'The Day I Met Brian Clough' signed by author Marcus Alton.

The deadline for entries was midnight on December 5th, 2011.

Congratulations to Connor Ranby from Newark, Nottinghamshire.


He answered correctly that the former Cloughie player who admits in the book that he poured a bucket of water over the Master Manager is Terry Bell. Connor e-mailed to say: "The book arrived today and I have barely put it down since! Being just 16 I never got to see Mr Clough at his best, but the amount of success he had is legendary. Great book, great manager. I hope he's alright up there - and he'll always be in the top one! Thank you for making my day."








There was a great response to our competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'Young Man, You've Made My Day' signed by Cloughie's captain John McGovern and author Marcus Alton.

The deadline for entries was midnight on August 27th, 2011.

Congratulations to Warren Duncan from Glasgow.


He answered correctly that the famous actor who referred to Cloughie during an interview before the London premiere of his latest film was Tom Hanks.








Thanks for all the entries to our competition to win a copy of the Cloughie book 'All Life's A Game' by Trevor Frecknall.

The deadline for entries was midnight on May 31st, 2011.

Congratulations to Darryl Croft from Nottingham.


He answered correctly that Cloughie's Forest team beat Oldham in the 1989 League Cup Final, when Trevor Frecknall was asked by Brian to carry the cup out of Wembley. After receiving the prize, Darryl e-mailed: "I'd like to say a big, big thank you for the book."








There was a great response to our competition to win a collectable Cloughie key-ring. It features an image of the Great Man, plus his Forest roll of honour on the back. It comes in a presentation box.

The deadline for entries was midnight on April 16th, 2011. There were two prize winners.

Congratulations to Jonathan Redman from Orpington in Kent, who wins the Clough key-ring (above)....and to Srikanth Tirupattur from Bangalore, India, who wins a runner-up prize of a Cloughie statue key-ring.


They answered correctly that Cloughie beat Spurs in his first match in charge of Forest. After receiving the key-ring, Srikanth e-mailed: "Wow, thank you! I am extremely delighted to receive something from the people who really support Cloughie and not just make a Facebook page about him. Thank you so much. You have made my day!"








Thanks for all the entries to our competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'Young Man, You've Made My Day' signed by Cloughie legends Kenny Burns and Steve Hodge, along with author Marcus Alton.

The deadline for entries was midnight on February 19th, 2011.

Congratulations to Liam Buggy of Navan in County Meath, Ireland.


He answered correctly that Cloughie fined Kenny Burns £50 for a bad pass. After receiving the signed book, Liam emailed: "Thank you. Just finished reading the book. It was an absolutely brilliant read and brought back such great memories of the great man. Well done and thank you very much."








To celebrate this website's tenth anniversary, we ran a competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'Young Man, You've Made My Day' signed by Barbara Clough (who wrote the foreword) and author Marcus Alton.

The deadline for entries was midnight on November 27th, 2010.

Congratulations to Mary Calleja of High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, UK.


She answered correctly that in our exclusive video interview with Peter Shilton his final words are "it was a dual thing, really." Mary emailed: "Thanks so much for the prize, which arrived in perfect condition. It's also a perfect Christmas present."








Thanks for the entries to our competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'Young Man, You've Made My Day' signed by author Marcus Alton. This time, entries were received through our twitter page only.

The deadline for entries was midnight on July 11th, 2010.

Congratulations to Steve Bennett of Stoke-on-Trent, UK.


He twittered us with a Direct Message naming his top Cloughie international players, including Peter Shilton, Roy Keane and John Robertson.








There were many entries to our competition to win a copy of the book 'A Right Pair' signed by the author, Maurice Edwards, who was Cloughie's Chief Scout.

The deadline for entries was midnight on May 29th, 2010.

Congratulations to Wendy Barbe of Great Linford, Milton Keynes, UK.


She answered correctly that Gary Newbon wrote the foreword of Maurice Edwards' book. Wendy e-mailed: "What an excellent surprise, and the book arrived safely today. It will be treasured."








Thank you for a tremendous response to our competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'Young Man, You've Made My Day' signed by Cloughie's sister Doreen and author Marcus Alton. The rare prize is part of our 10th anniversary celebrations.

The deadline for entries was midnight on March 6th, 2010.

Congratulations to Paul Hillman from Illinois, United States of America.


He answered correctly that Sunderland was the club Cloughie played for after leaving Middlesbrough. Paul e-mailed: "I am truely over the moon about this, thank you so much - the best thing I have received in the post all year."










There was a fantastic response to the competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'Young Man, You've Made My Day' signed by author Marcus Alton and Cloughie's captain John McGovern.

The deadline for entries was midnight on October 31st, 2009.

Congratulations to John Taggart from Middlesbrough.


He answered correctly that John McGovern compered 'Clough Aid' for Nottingham's statue fund. After receiving the book, John e-mailed: "Thanks very much. I'll enjoy reading it because I'm an avid Cloughie fan."










The competition to win a copy of the DVD 'Clough' produced by ITV Sport attracted a great response. The disc features the excellent TV documentary about the Master Manager's life and legacy, plus more than an hour of extra footage not included in the original programme.

The deadline for entries was midnight on June 25th, 2009.

Congratulations to Mary Jo Daly from Glasgow in Scotland.


She answered correctly that the reporter who conducts the interview with Mrs Clough as part of the documentary is Gabriel Clarke.








Thanks for all the entries for the competition to win a copy of the hardback book 'Clough's War.' The book by Don Shaw tells the story of Brian's battle for power at Derby County.

The deadline for entries was midnight on June 25th, 2009.

Congratulations to Elvis Wright from Ripley in Derbyshire.


He answered correctly that the Derby County chairman when Cloughie resigned was Sam Longson.








There was a tremendous response to the competition to win a special signed copy of Marcus Alton's tribute book, 'Young Man, You've Made My Day.' This special copy has been signed by Cloughie's widow Barbara, their son Nigel and European Cup legends Martin O'Neill, John Robertson and Garry Birtles, as well as Marcus himself.

The book describes the times Marcus met Cloughie, as well as what inspired him to set-up the website, the knighthood campaign and the statue fund which raised £70,000 for the stunning bronze figure in Nottingham. The foreword has been written by Barbara Clough, who has described it as an inspirational story. Marcus' proceeds are going to the Brian Clough Memorial Fund.

The deadline for entries was midnight on May 30th, 2009.

Congratulations to Chris Plant from Las Vegas, USA.


He answered correctly that the three European Cup legends who attended the launch of this book were Martin O'Neill, John Robertson and Garry Birtles. Chris e-mailed to say: "I can't believe I've won the competition. I'm over the moon! Thank you so much brianclough.com. To quote the book title, 'You've made my day'! I had massive respect for Brian Clough, so this will give me something to cherish for the rest of my life. God bless Old Big 'Ead."








Thanks for all the entries for the competition in which we offered two copies of the hard-back book of Cloughie quotes compiled by Duncan Hamilton. The deadline for entries was midnight on May 30th, 2009.

The winners are Darson Turner from Bath, UK, and Roy Mullin from Nottingham, UK.


They answered correctly that the player the Great Man was referring to in the following quote is Brian Rice: "I'm not saying he's pale and thin, but the maid in our hotel room pulled back the sheets and remade the bed without realising he was still in it." Darson e-mailed to say he discovered he'd won after visiting Nottingham to see the statue and a Cloughie tribute show. "To find out I'd won the book was a nice surprise and a perfect end to a perfect weekend." Roy e-mailed to say: "That's brilliant. Many thanks...as Brian would say, I'm absolutely delighted."








There was a record number of entries for the competition to win a limited edition replica statue of Cloughie. The miniature figure is based on the statue in Nottingham unveiled by Barbara Clough (pictured above receiving a replica from Martin O'Neill). The deadline for entries was midnight on January 31st, 2009.

Congratulations to Alan Dall from Kirkcaldy, Fife.


He answered correctly that the name of the sculptor who created Nottingham's statue is Les Johnson. A grateful Alan e-mailed to say: "Of all the statues in city centres, it's in the top one!"










There was another great response to the competition offering a signed copy of the original hardback edition of Duncan Hamilton's award-winning book 'Provided You Don't Kiss Me.' It was signed by the author. The deadline for entries was midnight on November 22nd, 2008.

Congratulations to Robert Gidney from South Shields, Tyne & Wear.


He answered correctly that 'Provided You Don't Kiss Me' won the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award in 2007. "Thank you so much for the book," said Robert. "It's a lovely early Christmas present."



Thanks for the bumper crop of entries for the competition which offered two signed copies of Duncan Hamilton's award-winning paperback 'Provided You Don't Kiss Me.' They were signed 'Very best wishes, Duncan Hamilton.' The deadline for entries was midnight on September 27th, 2008.

Congratulations to Steven Jones from Doncaster and Fiona Stanier from Manchester.


They answered correctly that, according to Hamilton, Cloughie would have moved the Football Association's headquarters to South Yorkshire, if he'd become England manager.



There were many entries for another competition which offered two signed copies of Duncan Hamilton's award-winning book 'Provided You Don't Kiss Me.' They were signed 'Very best wishes, Duncan Hamilton.' The deadline for entries was midnight on June 28th, 2008.

Congratulations to Sandra Phipps from Norfolk and Kalwinder Singh Dhindsa from Derby.


They answered correctly that the football personality who described it as the best football book he had ever read was John Motson.








Thanks for the entries for the competition to win a signed colour photo of the Cloughie actor Colin Tarrant, in the pose of the bronze statue of Cloughie to stand in Nottingham city centre. The statue will see the Master Manager with his hands clasped above his head, in a celebratory gesture to fans. The photo is approximately A4 size and has been signed 'Best Wishes Colin Tarrant'. The deadline for entries was midnight on May 17th, 2008.

Congratulations to Barbara Shaw from Blackpool.


Barbara answered correctly that Stephen Lowe wrote the Cloughie play 'Old Big 'Ead in the Spirit of the Man'.








There were many entries for the competition to win copies of 'Right Place, Right Time - The Inside Story of Clough's Derby Days', by George Edwards. Thanks for them all. The deadline for entries was midnight on January 11th, 2008.

Congratulations to Martin Sample from Wigan and Courtney Clarke from Coventry.


They answered correctly that George Edwards reported for the Derby Evening Telegraph.










Thanks for the many entries in the competition to win signed copies of 'Provided You Don't Kiss Me' by Duncan Hamilton. We were giving away two hardback copies signed by the author. The deadline for entries was midnight on October 26th, 2007.

Congratulations to Ursula Bingham from Maidstone in Kent and Simon Collinge from Blackpool.


They answered correctly that Duncan Hamilton had been the Forest correspondent for the Nottingham Evening Post.










This competition had many of you stumped. Only a few had the correct answer. We were giving away two hardback copies of the new Cloughie book 'Provided You Don't Kiss Me' by Duncan Hamilton. The deadline for entries was midnight on June 30th, 2007.

Congratulations to Mike Cooper from Birmingham and Samantha Moore from York.


They answered correctly that the Forest chairman whom Hamilton referred to in his book (at the time Cloughie arrived at the City Ground) was Jim Wilmer.










Once again, there was a great response as we offered you another chance to win a green tribute sweater signed by Cloughie's sister Doreen. Doreen is pictured signing the sweatshirt. The deadline for entries was midnight on March 10th, 2007.

Congratulations to Lim Boon Cheng from Singapore.


Lim answered correctly that the venue for 'Clough Aid' in December 2006 was the Rescue Rooms.










Thanks for all the entries to the competition to win a green tribute sweater signed by Cloughie's sister Doreen. The deadline for entries was midnight on November 18th, 2006.

Congratulations to Roy Mullin of Carlton, Nottingham.


Roy answered correctly that Cloughie and Doreen's childhood home was on Valley Road in Middlesbrough. After receiving the sweater, Roy e-mailed the website to say: "This is excellent news and a real surprise. In the words of the Great Man, I am absolutely delighted."








There was a great response to the competition to win one of the last remaining Old Big 'Ead green sweatshirts, similar to the one worn by Cloughie actor Colin Tarrant (above). The deadline for entries was midnight on August 12th, 2006.

Congratulations to Nick Barber of Bramcote, Nottingham.


Nick answered correctly that the Old Big 'Ead sweatshirts were launched by Nottingham's statue fund in November, 2005.








Thanks for the many entries for the competition to win a signed 2006 programme from the tribute play 'Old Big 'Ead in the Spirit of the Man'. The programme was signed by actor Colin Tarrant, who played Cloughie, and others members of the cast. The deadline for entries was June 30th, 2006.

Congratulations to Cristina McDowall of Teignmouth, Devon, UK.


Cristina answered correctly that the item signed on stage by Colin Tarrant and former Cloughie players at the end of the play's Gala Performance was a large photo of the Great Man.










There was a tremendous response to the competition to win a signed book which accompanied the world premiere of the tribute play 'Old Big 'Ead in the Spirit of the Man'. The book, which included the play's original script, was signed by actor Colin Tarrant, who plays Cloughie, and playwright Stephen Lowe. The deadline for entries was May 15th, 2006.

Congratulations to Colin Bradley of Brighton, UK.


He answered correctly that the play began its 2006 national tour in Leicester.








Thanks for all the entries for the competition to win a limited edition print of Cloughie by Nottingham artist Neil Heath. The deadline for entries was January 10th, 2006.

Congratulations to Alan Johnson of Montrose, Scotland.


He answered correctly that Cloughie began his managerial career at Hartlepool in 1965.








There were two winners of the competition to win the book of Cloughie quotes called 'Grass in the Sky'. The deadline for entries was October 31st, 2005.

Congratulations to Paul Hillman of Sutton-in-Ashfield in Nottinghamshire and Kathrine Krogulec of Hucknall in Nottinghamshire.


They answered correctly that Cloughie was referring to David Seaman when he said: "You can't keep goal with hair like that." Further copies of the book are being donated as raffle prizes for the Brian Clough Statue Fund (Nottingham). The book features many of the quotes originally collected by this website from radio interviews, phone-ins, newspaper reports and magazine articles. The best are included on our Quotes Page.










Thanks for all the entries for the competition to win a signed book accompanying the tribute play 'Old Big 'Ead in the Spirit of the Man'. The book was signed by the actor Colin Tarrant and playwright Stephen Lowe. The deadline for entries was September 26th, 2005.

Congratulations to Peter Gray of Hindhead, Surrey, UK.


Peter answered correctly that audiences at the Nottingham Playhouse watched the tribute play during June.










There was a great response to the competition to win a signed poster promoting the Cloughie tribute play. The poster for 'Old Big 'Ead in the Spirit of the Man' was signed by the actor Colin Tarrant, playwright Stephen Lowe and director Alan Dossor. The deadline for entries was July 31st, 2005.

Congratulations to Jenny Eastham of Stockport, UK.


Jenny answered correctly that Colin Tarrant starred in 'The Bill' on television.










Thanks for all the entries for the competition to win a paperback copy of the commemorative edition of 'Walking on Water' (published June, 2005).

Congratulations to Simon Daly of Lancaster, Lancashire, UK.


Simon answered correctly that Arsene Wenger paid the following tribute to Cloughie: "People use the word legend too freely but Brian Clough is a true legend of English football and his success in this country and in Europe is a legacy for which he will always be remembered." After receiving the prize by post, Simon sent his thanks along with a photo of himself next to the bust of Cloughie at Nottingham Forest (below).

















There was a superb response to the competition to win the Cloughie book 'His Way', written by Patrick Murphy who worked closely with the Great Man.

Congratulations to Terry Heath from Bulwell, Nottingham, UK.


Terry answered correctly that Colin Tarrant is the actor who played Cloughie in the tribute play at Nottingham Playhouse.










Thanks for all the entries to win a special badge produced to raise money for a statue of Cloughie in Middlesbrough. This website made a donation to the fund so the badge could be given as a prize.

Congratulations to Ralph Wilkins of Norwich, UK.


Ralph answered correctly that Albert Park is where the statue in Middlesbrough will be placed.












The competition to win a limited-edition picture featuring Cloughie also proved to be very popular. The print was cleverly created using hundreds of dots.

Congratulations to Helen Richmond of Swindon, UK.


Helen answered correctly that Bob Laxton is the MP who helped campaigners present the knighthood petition at Downing Street.














Thanks for the fantastic response to the competition for two copies of the book "Deep Into The Forest" in which former Reds players described their memories of working with Cloughie. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to Aaron Portis of Lisburn, County Antrim, Northern Ireland; and Katrina Parker of Colchester, Essex, UK.


They answered correctly that Archie Gemmill joined Forest in 1977. Aaron said: "I'm well happy - thanks a million." Katrina responded: "That's absolutely fantastic. Many, many thanks."














There was a tremendous response to the competition for two copies of the special edition of "Walking on Water". This commemorative edition contains two extra chapters written shortly before he died. Entries had to be received by March 31st, 2005. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to Becky Samuel of Salisbury, Wiltshire, UK; and Aidan Richardson of Selby, North Yorkshire, UK.


They answered correctly that John Sadler is the journalist who worked with Cloughie to produce "Walking on Water".














Thanks for the superb response to the competition to win a copy of the tribute book "The Life of Brian", signed by the author Tim Crane. The deadline was February 18th, 2005. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to Russell Home of Ash, near Aldershot, UK.


We asked entrants to name the seven clubs Cloughie was associated with as a player and manager during his career.




The correct reply was: Middlesbrough, Sunderland, Hartlepool, Derby County, Brighton and Hove Albion, Leeds United and Nottingham Forest.














Thanks for the fantastic response to the competition to win one of six copies of the special memorial DVD approved by the Clough family. The deadline for entries was January 3rd, 2005. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to:
Ian Rollitt of Bridgetown, Barbados
Kevin Smedley of Kinross, Australia
Karen Jackson of Kirkintilloch, Glasgow
Sara Sunderland of Sudbury, Suffolk
Tim Long of Exeter, Devon
Annette Pugh of Mickleover, Derby


They correctly replied that the former England cricketer who paid tribute at the memorial service was Geoffrey Boycott.












There was a great response to the competition to win a signed copy of the updated version of Cloughie's best-selling book "Walking on Water". The deadline was August 31st, 2004. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to Stuart Mitchell of Redcar, Cleveland, UK.


He correctly answered "C" to the question below.



Name the month and year in which Cloughie retired from football management.

Was it...


A. ....May, 1991.

B. ....April, 1992.

C. ....May, 1993.







Thanks for the great response to the competition to win a classic Cloughie T-shirt. We had two to give away (design above, sizes 40-42"). The deadline was May 15th, 2004. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to Pavlos Argyriadis of Athens, Greece, and Jane Willis from Fleet, Hampshire, UK.


They both correctly answered "C" to the question below.



In 1974, with which club did Cloughie stay for just forty-four days?

Was it...


A. Hartlepool United.

B. Brighton and Hove Albion.

C. Leeds United.



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There was a huge response to the competition to win a memorabilia pack featuring Brian Clough. "Nottingham Forest - The Brian Clough Years" included a copy of a rare Cloughie fanzine. The competition is now closed. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to Kathrine Krogulec of Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, UK. Kathrine was delighted with her success. She responded: "That's fantastic -- especially for a house of Forest fans!"



Kathrine correctly answered "A" to the question below.



In 2003, which university presented Cloughie with an honorary doctorate?.

Was it...


A. University of Teesside.

B. University of Nottingham.

C. University of Derby.





We can also announce the winner of the competition for a signed book called 'Forest Giants', with the foreward written by Brian Clough. The book, signed by author Rob Jovanovic, marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of Cloughie's European success. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to Alan Alvin of St Ives, Huntingdonshire, UK.


Alan correctly answered that Cloughie's birthday is March 21st, 1935.







Thanks for all the entries to the competition to win a DVD called "Champions of Europe, 25 Years On", featuring a half-hour interview with Brian Clough. The competition is now closed. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to Dave Oxley of Brighton, East Sussex, UK.


Dave correctly answered "B" to the question below.



Who did Forest beat in the 1979 European Cup Final.

Was it...


A. FC Cologne.

B. Malmo.

C. Grasshopper Zurich.





"Champions of Europe, 25 Years On" looks back at the Master Manager's incredible journey with Nottingham Forest, as he and Peter Taylor took the Reds to European glory for the first time.










There was also a huge response to the competition to win a signed copy of the updated paperback version of Cloughie's book, Walking on Water. The deadline was November 25th, 2003. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to Emily Hutchinson of Harrogate, North Yorkshire, UK.


Emily correctly answered "C" to the question below.



What type of food did Cloughie ask for first after his liver transplant?

Was it...


A. Beans on toast.

B. Fish and Chips.

C. Apple sandwich.





In another competition, our winner was again selected at random from all those who took part in the vote to find Cloughie's top three players. The poll closed on August 18th, 2003.

The prize was a signed hardback copy of Walking on Water.


Congratulations to Richard Dennys of Clifton, Bristol, UK.



The signed book was sent by recorded delivery. Richard replied: "Thanks so much for the book. I am especially pleased with a signed copy. For years I had kept a personal letter written and signed by Brian Clough, enclosing four free tickets to Forest v West Ham for my grandmother, which is the reason I have supported Forest ever since. The letter was lost in a move years ago, so the signed book goes someway to replacing it."



In a previous competition, we asked which river was Cloughie said to have walked across?

The answer: The River Trent.

Congratulations to

Elaine Elvidge of Lincoln, UK.



Again, the signed book was sent by recorded delivery. Replied Elaine: "Wow! Thanks for the book. I'm thrilled to be a winner of a book signed by the Great Man himself."


Thanks for all your entries for the competition to win a special print of the Cloughie statue in Nottingham. The competition was launched to mark what would have been Cloughie's 79th birthday. The eye-catching picture, which brilliantly captures Brian's humour, features part of a well-known Cloughie quote and one of Nottingham's famous residents - a pigeon from the market square.

It's been compiled by Nottingham artist Corrina Rothwell, who based the picture around a photo of the statue, which was unveiled by Mrs Clough after a huge fund-raising campaign by fans.

The quote refers to Cloughie's comment which was originally spotted by this website and placed on the Quotes page for posterity. In an interview following his life-saving operation, he said: "Don't send me flowers when I'm dead. If you like me, send them while I'm alive."

Corrina donated the print as a competition prize for this website. She told us: "Brian Clough's statue is so popular that it just had to be featured in my 'From Nottingham With Love' print series. I'm really pleased with how the image works, with the silhouette of the Watson Fothergill building in the background."

The deadline for entries was midnight on April 21st, 2014.

Congratulations to Karl Jackson of Beccles in Suffolk.


He answered correctly that the statue was unveiled by Mrs Clough on November 6th, 2008. Karl e-mailed to say: "Fantastic news. I've never even won anything on a summer fair tombola - never mind anything as exciting as this. The print will look great on my office wall."










The competition to win a signed copy of Cloughie captain John McGovern's book attracted plenty of entries. Retailing at £18.99, the book describes his working relationship with Cloughie, from their days at Hartlepools United through to the European Cup glory years at Nottingham Forest. He also reveals why he turned down an offer to join the Master Manager at Brighton.

The deadline for entries was midnight on December 1st, 2012.

Congratulations to Kevin Reidy from Athenry, County Galway, Ireland.


He answered correctly that McGovern's weekly wages when he signed for Cloughie at Hartlepools as an apprentice professional were £8. Kevin e-mailed to say: "That's excellent, thank you very much. A fanatical Forest fan has won your competition!"










Thanks for the incredible response to our competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'The Day I Met Brian Clough' signed by Brian's widow, Barbara, and author Marcus Alton. We received entries from around the world, including Brazil, Canada, Turkey and Sweden - as well as from fans in the UK.

The deadline for entries was midnight on October 13th, 2012.

Congratulations to Brian Farrar from Ontario, Canada.


He answered correctly that the former defender who recalled losing Cloughie's dog was Gary Charles.





There was a superb response to our competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'The Day I Met Brian Clough' signed by author Marcus Alton.

The deadline for entries was midnight on December 5th, 2011.

Congratulations to Connor Ranby from Newark, Nottinghamshire.


He answered correctly that the former Cloughie player who admits in the book that he poured a bucket of water over the Master Manager is Terry Bell. Connor e-mailed to say: "The book arrived today and I have barely put it down since! Being just 16 I never got to see Mr Clough at his best, but the amount of success he had is legendary. Great book, great manager. I hope he's alright up there - and he'll always be in the top one! Thank you for making my day."








There was a great response to our competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'Young Man, You've Made My Day' signed by Cloughie's captain John McGovern and author Marcus Alton.

The deadline for entries was midnight on August 27th, 2011.

Congratulations to Warren Duncan from Glasgow.


He answered correctly that the famous actor who referred to Cloughie during an interview before the London premiere of his latest film was Tom Hanks.








Thanks for all the entries to our competition to win a copy of the Cloughie book 'All Life's A Game' by Trevor Frecknall.

The deadline for entries was midnight on May 31st, 2011.

Congratulations to Darryl Croft from Nottingham.


He answered correctly that Cloughie's Forest team beat Oldham in the 1989 League Cup Final, when Trevor Frecknall was asked by Brian to carry the cup out of Wembley. After receiving the prize, Darryl e-mailed: "I'd like to say a big, big thank you for the book."








There was a great response to our competition to win a collectable Cloughie key-ring. It features an image of the Great Man, plus his Forest roll of honour on the back. It comes in a presentation box.

The deadline for entries was midnight on April 16th, 2011. There were two prize winners.

Congratulations to Jonathan Redman from Orpington in Kent, who wins the Clough key-ring (above)....and to Srikanth Tirupattur from Bangalore, India, who wins a runner-up prize of a Cloughie statue key-ring.


They answered correctly that Cloughie beat Spurs in his first match in charge of Forest. After receiving the key-ring, Srikanth e-mailed: "Wow, thank you! I am extremely delighted to receive something from the people who really support Cloughie and not just make a Facebook page about him. Thank you so much. You have made my day!"








Thanks for all the entries to our competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'Young Man, You've Made My Day' signed by Cloughie legends Kenny Burns and Steve Hodge, along with author Marcus Alton.

The deadline for entries was midnight on February 19th, 2011.

Congratulations to Liam Buggy of Navan in County Meath, Ireland.


He answered correctly that Cloughie fined Kenny Burns £50 for a bad pass. After receiving the signed book, Liam emailed: "Thank you. Just finished reading the book. It was an absolutely brilliant read and brought back such great memories of the great man. Well done and thank you very much."








To celebrate this website's tenth anniversary, we ran a competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'Young Man, You've Made My Day' signed by Barbara Clough (who wrote the foreword) and author Marcus Alton.

The deadline for entries was midnight on November 27th, 2010.

Congratulations to Mary Calleja of High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, UK.


She answered correctly that in our exclusive video interview with Peter Shilton his final words are "it was a dual thing, really." Mary emailed: "Thanks so much for the prize, which arrived in perfect condition. It's also a perfect Christmas present."








Thanks for the entries to our competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'Young Man, You've Made My Day' signed by author Marcus Alton. This time, entries were received through our twitter page only.

The deadline for entries was midnight on July 11th, 2010.

Congratulations to Steve Bennett of Stoke-on-Trent, UK.


He twittered us with a Direct Message naming his top Cloughie international players, including Peter Shilton, Roy Keane and John Robertson.








There were many entries to our competition to win a copy of the book 'A Right Pair' signed by the author, Maurice Edwards, who was Cloughie's Chief Scout.

The deadline for entries was midnight on May 29th, 2010.

Congratulations to Wendy Barbe of Great Linford, Milton Keynes, UK.


She answered correctly that Gary Newbon wrote the foreword of Maurice Edwards' book. Wendy e-mailed: "What an excellent surprise, and the book arrived safely today. It will be treasured."








Thank you for a tremendous response to our competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'Young Man, You've Made My Day' signed by Cloughie's sister Doreen and author Marcus Alton. The rare prize is part of our 10th anniversary celebrations.

The deadline for entries was midnight on March 6th, 2010.

Congratulations to Paul Hillman from Illinois, United States of America.


He answered correctly that Sunderland was the club Cloughie played for after leaving Middlesbrough. Paul e-mailed: "I am truely over the moon about this, thank you so much - the best thing I have received in the post all year."










There was a fantastic response to the competition to win a copy of the tribute book 'Young Man, You've Made My Day' signed by author Marcus Alton and Cloughie's captain John McGovern.

The deadline for entries was midnight on October 31st, 2009.

Congratulations to John Taggart from Middlesbrough.


He answered correctly that John McGovern compered 'Clough Aid' for Nottingham's statue fund. After receiving the book, John e-mailed: "Thanks very much. I'll enjoy reading it because I'm an avid Cloughie fan."










The competition to win a copy of the DVD 'Clough' produced by ITV Sport attracted a great response. The disc features the excellent TV documentary about the Master Manager's life and legacy, plus more than an hour of extra footage not included in the original programme.

The deadline for entries was midnight on June 25th, 2009.

Congratulations to Mary Jo Daly from Glasgow in Scotland.


She answered correctly that the reporter who conducts the interview with Mrs Clough as part of the documentary is Gabriel Clarke.








Thanks for all the entries for the competition to win a copy of the hardback book 'Clough's War.' The book by Don Shaw tells the story of Brian's battle for power at Derby County.

The deadline for entries was midnight on June 25th, 2009.

Congratulations to Elvis Wright from Ripley in Derbyshire.


He answered correctly that the Derby County chairman when Cloughie resigned was Sam Longson.








There was a tremendous response to the competition to win a special signed copy of Marcus Alton's tribute book, 'Young Man, You've Made My Day.' This special copy has been signed by Cloughie's widow Barbara, their son Nigel and European Cup legends Martin O'Neill, John Robertson and Garry Birtles, as well as Marcus himself.

The book describes the times Marcus met Cloughie, as well as what inspired him to set-up the website, the knighthood campaign and the statue fund which raised £70,000 for the stunning bronze figure in Nottingham. The foreword has been written by Barbara Clough, who has described it as an inspirational story. Marcus' proceeds are going to the Brian Clough Memorial Fund.

The deadline for entries was midnight on May 30th, 2009.

Congratulations to Chris Plant from Las Vegas, USA.


He answered correctly that the three European Cup legends who attended the launch of this book were Martin O'Neill, John Robertson and Garry Birtles. Chris e-mailed to say: "I can't believe I've won the competition. I'm over the moon! Thank you so much brianclough.com. To quote the book title, 'You've made my day'! I had massive respect for Brian Clough, so this will give me something to cherish for the rest of my life. God bless Old Big 'Ead."








Thanks for all the entries for the competition in which we offered two copies of the hard-back book of Cloughie quotes compiled by Duncan Hamilton. The deadline for entries was midnight on May 30th, 2009.

The winners are Darson Turner from Bath, UK, and Roy Mullin from Nottingham, UK.


They answered correctly that the player the Great Man was referring to in the following quote is Brian Rice: "I'm not saying he's pale and thin, but the maid in our hotel room pulled back the sheets and remade the bed without realising he was still in it." Darson e-mailed to say he discovered he'd won after visiting Nottingham to see the statue and a Cloughie tribute show. "To find out I'd won the book was a nice surprise and a perfect end to a perfect weekend." Roy e-mailed to say: "That's brilliant. Many thanks...as Brian would say, I'm absolutely delighted."








There was a record number of entries for the competition to win a limited edition replica statue of Cloughie. The miniature figure is based on the statue in Nottingham unveiled by Barbara Clough (pictured above receiving a replica from Martin O'Neill). The deadline for entries was midnight on January 31st, 2009.

Congratulations to Alan Dall from Kirkcaldy, Fife.


He answered correctly that the name of the sculptor who created Nottingham's statue is Les Johnson. A grateful Alan e-mailed to say: "Of all the statues in city centres, it's in the top one!"










There was another great response to the competition offering a signed copy of the original hardback edition of Duncan Hamilton's award-winning book 'Provided You Don't Kiss Me.' It was signed by the author. The deadline for entries was midnight on November 22nd, 2008.

Congratulations to Robert Gidney from South Shields, Tyne & Wear.


He answered correctly that 'Provided You Don't Kiss Me' won the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award in 2007. "Thank you so much for the book," said Robert. "It's a lovely early Christmas present."



Thanks for the bumper crop of entries for the competition which offered two signed copies of Duncan Hamilton's award-winning paperback 'Provided You Don't Kiss Me.' They were signed 'Very best wishes, Duncan Hamilton.' The deadline for entries was midnight on September 27th, 2008.

Congratulations to Steven Jones from Doncaster and Fiona Stanier from Manchester.


They answered correctly that, according to Hamilton, Cloughie would have moved the Football Association's headquarters to South Yorkshire, if he'd become England manager.



There were many entries for another competition which offered two signed copies of Duncan Hamilton's award-winning book 'Provided You Don't Kiss Me.' They were signed 'Very best wishes, Duncan Hamilton.' The deadline for entries was midnight on June 28th, 2008.

Congratulations to Sandra Phipps from Norfolk and Kalwinder Singh Dhindsa from Derby.


They answered correctly that the football personality who described it as the best football book he had ever read was John Motson.








Thanks for the entries for the competition to win a signed colour photo of the Cloughie actor Colin Tarrant, in the pose of the bronze statue of Cloughie to stand in Nottingham city centre. The statue will see the Master Manager with his hands clasped above his head, in a celebratory gesture to fans. The photo is approximately A4 size and has been signed 'Best Wishes Colin Tarrant'. The deadline for entries was midnight on May 17th, 2008.

Congratulations to Barbara Shaw from Blackpool.


Barbara answered correctly that Stephen Lowe wrote the Cloughie play 'Old Big 'Ead in the Spirit of the Man'.








There were many entries for the competition to win copies of 'Right Place, Right Time - The Inside Story of Clough's Derby Days', by George Edwards. Thanks for them all. The deadline for entries was midnight on January 11th, 2008.

Congratulations to Martin Sample from Wigan and Courtney Clarke from Coventry.


They answered correctly that George Edwards reported for the Derby Evening Telegraph.










Thanks for the many entries in the competition to win signed copies of 'Provided You Don't Kiss Me' by Duncan Hamilton. We were giving away two hardback copies signed by the author. The deadline for entries was midnight on October 26th, 2007.

Congratulations to Ursula Bingham from Maidstone in Kent and Simon Collinge from Blackpool.


They answered correctly that Duncan Hamilton had been the Forest correspondent for the Nottingham Evening Post.










This competition had many of you stumped. Only a few had the correct answer. We were giving away two hardback copies of the new Cloughie book 'Provided You Don't Kiss Me' by Duncan Hamilton. The deadline for entries was midnight on June 30th, 2007.

Congratulations to Mike Cooper from Birmingham and Samantha Moore from York.


They answered correctly that the Forest chairman whom Hamilton referred to in his book (at the time Cloughie arrived at the City Ground) was Jim Wilmer.










Once again, there was a great response as we offered you another chance to win a green tribute sweater signed by Cloughie's sister Doreen. Doreen is pictured signing the sweatshirt. The deadline for entries was midnight on March 10th, 2007.

Congratulations to Lim Boon Cheng from Singapore.


Lim answered correctly that the venue for 'Clough Aid' in December 2006 was the Rescue Rooms.










Thanks for all the entries to the competition to win a green tribute sweater signed by Cloughie's sister Doreen. The deadline for entries was midnight on November 18th, 2006.

Congratulations to Roy Mullin of Carlton, Nottingham.


Roy answered correctly that Cloughie and Doreen's childhood home was on Valley Road in Middlesbrough. After receiving the sweater, Roy e-mailed the website to say: "This is excellent news and a real surprise. In the words of the Great Man, I am absolutely delighted."








There was a great response to the competition to win one of the last remaining Old Big 'Ead green sweatshirts, similar to the one worn by Cloughie actor Colin Tarrant (above). The deadline for entries was midnight on August 12th, 2006.

Congratulations to Nick Barber of Bramcote, Nottingham.


Nick answered correctly that the Old Big 'Ead sweatshirts were launched by Nottingham's statue fund in November, 2005.








Thanks for the many entries for the competition to win a signed 2006 programme from the tribute play 'Old Big 'Ead in the Spirit of the Man'. The programme was signed by actor Colin Tarrant, who played Cloughie, and others members of the cast. The deadline for entries was June 30th, 2006.

Congratulations to Cristina McDowall of Teignmouth, Devon, UK.


Cristina answered correctly that the item signed on stage by Colin Tarrant and former Cloughie players at the end of the play's Gala Performance was a large photo of the Great Man.










There was a tremendous response to the competition to win a signed book which accompanied the world premiere of the tribute play 'Old Big 'Ead in the Spirit of the Man'. The book, which included the play's original script, was signed by actor Colin Tarrant, who plays Cloughie, and playwright Stephen Lowe. The deadline for entries was May 15th, 2006.

Congratulations to Colin Bradley of Brighton, UK.


He answered correctly that the play began its 2006 national tour in Leicester.








Thanks for all the entries for the competition to win a limited edition print of Cloughie by Nottingham artist Neil Heath. The deadline for entries was January 10th, 2006.

Congratulations to Alan Johnson of Montrose, Scotland.


He answered correctly that Cloughie began his managerial career at Hartlepool in 1965.








There were two winners of the competition to win the book of Cloughie quotes called 'Grass in the Sky'. The deadline for entries was October 31st, 2005.

Congratulations to Paul Hillman of Sutton-in-Ashfield in Nottinghamshire and Kathrine Krogulec of Hucknall in Nottinghamshire.


They answered correctly that Cloughie was referring to David Seaman when he said: "You can't keep goal with hair like that." Further copies of the book are being donated as raffle prizes for the Brian Clough Statue Fund (Nottingham). The book features many of the quotes originally collected by this website from radio interviews, phone-ins, newspaper reports and magazine articles. The best are included on our Quotes Page.










Thanks for all the entries for the competition to win a signed book accompanying the tribute play 'Old Big 'Ead in the Spirit of the Man'. The book was signed by the actor Colin Tarrant and playwright Stephen Lowe. The deadline for entries was September 26th, 2005.

Congratulations to Peter Gray of Hindhead, Surrey, UK.


Peter answered correctly that audiences at the Nottingham Playhouse watched the tribute play during June.










There was a great response to the competition to win a signed poster promoting the Cloughie tribute play. The poster for 'Old Big 'Ead in the Spirit of the Man' was signed by the actor Colin Tarrant, playwright Stephen Lowe and director Alan Dossor. The deadline for entries was July 31st, 2005.

Congratulations to Jenny Eastham of Stockport, UK.


Jenny answered correctly that Colin Tarrant starred in 'The Bill' on television.










Thanks for all the entries for the competition to win a paperback copy of the commemorative edition of 'Walking on Water' (published June, 2005).

Congratulations to Simon Daly of Lancaster, Lancashire, UK.


Simon answered correctly that Arsene Wenger paid the following tribute to Cloughie: "People use the word legend too freely but Brian Clough is a true legend of English football and his success in this country and in Europe is a legacy for which he will always be remembered." After receiving the prize by post, Simon sent his thanks along with a photo of himself next to the bust of Cloughie at Nottingham Forest (below).

















There was a superb response to the competition to win the Cloughie book 'His Way', written by Patrick Murphy who worked closely with the Great Man.

Congratulations to Terry Heath from Bulwell, Nottingham, UK.


Terry answered correctly that Colin Tarrant is the actor who played Cloughie in the tribute play at Nottingham Playhouse.










Thanks for all the entries to win a special badge produced to raise money for a statue of Cloughie in Middlesbrough. This website made a donation to the fund so the badge could be given as a prize.

Congratulations to Ralph Wilkins of Norwich, UK.


Ralph answered correctly that Albert Park is where the statue in Middlesbrough will be placed.












The competition to win a limited-edition picture featuring Cloughie also proved to be very popular. The print was cleverly created using hundreds of dots.

Congratulations to Helen Richmond of Swindon, UK.


Helen answered correctly that Bob Laxton is the MP who helped campaigners present the knighthood petition at Downing Street.














Thanks for the fantastic response to the competition for two copies of the book "Deep Into The Forest" in which former Reds players described their memories of working with Cloughie. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to Aaron Portis of Lisburn, County Antrim, Northern Ireland; and Katrina Parker of Colchester, Essex, UK.


They answered correctly that Archie Gemmill joined Forest in 1977. Aaron said: "I'm well happy - thanks a million." Katrina responded: "That's absolutely fantastic. Many, many thanks."














There was a tremendous response to the competition for two copies of the special edition of "Walking on Water". This commemorative edition contains two extra chapters written shortly before he died. Entries had to be received by March 31st, 2005. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to Becky Samuel of Salisbury, Wiltshire, UK; and Aidan Richardson of Selby, North Yorkshire, UK.


They answered correctly that John Sadler is the journalist who worked with Cloughie to produce "Walking on Water".














Thanks for the superb response to the competition to win a copy of the tribute book "The Life of Brian", signed by the author Tim Crane. The deadline was February 18th, 2005. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to Russell Home of Ash, near Aldershot, UK.


We asked entrants to name the seven clubs Cloughie was associated with as a player and manager during his career.




The correct reply was: Middlesbrough, Sunderland, Hartlepool, Derby County, Brighton and Hove Albion, Leeds United and Nottingham Forest.














Thanks for the fantastic response to the competition to win one of six copies of the special memorial DVD approved by the Clough family. The deadline for entries was January 3rd, 2005. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to:
Ian Rollitt of Bridgetown, Barbados
Kevin Smedley of Kinross, Australia
Karen Jackson of Kirkintilloch, Glasgow
Sara Sunderland of Sudbury, Suffolk
Tim Long of Exeter, Devon
Annette Pugh of Mickleover, Derby


They correctly replied that the former England cricketer who paid tribute at the memorial service was Geoffrey Boycott.












There was a great response to the competition to win a signed copy of the updated version of Cloughie's best-selling book "Walking on Water". The deadline was August 31st, 2004. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to Stuart Mitchell of Redcar, Cleveland, UK.


He correctly answered "C" to the question below.



Name the month and year in which Cloughie retired from football management.

Was it...


A. ....May, 1991.

B. ....April, 1992.

C. ....May, 1993.







Thanks for the great response to the competition to win a classic Cloughie T-shirt. We had two to give away (design above, sizes 40-42"). The deadline was May 15th, 2004. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to Pavlos Argyriadis of Athens, Greece, and Jane Willis from Fleet, Hampshire, UK.


They both correctly answered "C" to the question below.



In 1974, with which club did Cloughie stay for just forty-four days?

Was it...


A. Hartlepool United.

B. Brighton and Hove Albion.

C. Leeds United.



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There was a huge response to the competition to win a memorabilia pack featuring Brian Clough. "Nottingham Forest - The Brian Clough Years" included a copy of a rare Cloughie fanzine. The competition is now closed. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to Kathrine Krogulec of Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, UK. Kathrine was delighted with her success. She responded: "That's fantastic -- especially for a house of Forest fans!"



Kathrine correctly answered "A" to the question below.



In 2003, which university presented Cloughie with an honorary doctorate?.

Was it...


A. University of Teesside.

B. University of Nottingham.

C. University of Derby.





We can also announce the winner of the competition for a signed book called 'Forest Giants', with the foreward written by Brian Clough. The book, signed by author Rob Jovanovic, marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of Cloughie's European success. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to Alan Alvin of St Ives, Huntingdonshire, UK.


Alan correctly answered that Cloughie's birthday is March 21st, 1935.







Thanks for all the entries to the competition to win a DVD called "Champions of Europe, 25 Years On", featuring a half-hour interview with Brian Clough. The competition is now closed. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to Dave Oxley of Brighton, East Sussex, UK.


Dave correctly answered "B" to the question below.



Who did Forest beat in the 1979 European Cup Final.

Was it...


A. FC Cologne.

B. Malmo.

C. Grasshopper Zurich.





"Champions of Europe, 25 Years On" looks back at the Master Manager's incredible journey with Nottingham Forest, as he and Peter Taylor took the Reds to European glory for the first time.










There was also a huge response to the competition to win a signed copy of the updated paperback version of Cloughie's book, Walking on Water. The deadline was November 25th, 2003. No further correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.

Congratulations to Emily Hutchinson of Harrogate, North Yorkshire, UK.


Emily correctly answered "C" to the question below.



What type of food did Cloughie ask for first after his liver transplant?

Was it...


A. Beans on toast.

B. Fish and Chips.

C. Apple sandwich.





In another competition, our winner was again selected at random from all those who took part in the vote to find Cloughie's top three players. The poll closed on August 18th, 2003.

The prize was a signed hardback copy of Walking on Water.


Congratulations to Richard Dennys of Clifton, Bristol, UK.



The signed book was sent by recorded delivery. Richard replied: "Thanks so much for the book. I am especially pleased with a signed copy. For years I had kept a personal letter written and signed by Brian Clough, enclosing four free tickets to Forest v West Ham for my grandmother, which is the reason I have supported Forest ever since. The letter was lost in a move years ago, so the signed book goes someway to replacing it."



In a previous competition, we asked which river was Cloughie said to have walked across?

The answer: The River Trent.

Congratulations to

Elaine Elvidge of Lincoln, UK.



Again, the signed book was sent by recorded delivery. Replied Elaine: "Wow! Thanks for the book. I'm thrilled to be a winner of a book signed by the Great Man himself."