SUPPORTERS PRESENT

KNIGHTHOOD PETITIONS

 

Cloughie fans have been presenting their signed petition forms for the knighthood campaign. Supporters from different clubs have been united in their efforts to secure the ultimate honour for the Great Man.

 

 

At Nottingham Forest's City Ground, the supporters club handed over its forms at half-time during the match against Cardiff City (September 11th, 2004). The supporters club chairman Paul Ellis (left) is pictured presenting the forms to campaign organiser Marcus Alton (third from left). Also pictured are Mick Mellors of the supporters club committee and campaign volunteer Mike Simpson who also collected signatures before the match against Coventry on August 28th, 2004.

 

 

Forest fans present petition

 

 

At Middlesbrough's Riverside Stadium, fans were out in force collecting signatures before the match against Crystal Palace. Pictured below alongside campaign organiser Marcus Alton (front, second left) are fans and representatives from the Middlesbrough Official Supporters Club, with their completed forms (front, left to right: vice-chairman Sue Gardener, Marcus Alton, chairman Stuart Bargewell and publicity officer Sue Bargewell). Thanks also to secretary Geoff Richardson, treasurer Carol Kidner, membership secretary Sandra Jackson, social secretary Ali Kidner and fans Mark McCarron and Ken Kidner.

 

 

Middlesbrough fans and web editor with forms

 

 

Below, the chairman of the Middlesbrough Official Supporters Club, Stuart Bargewell, presents Marcus Alton with more than two-thousand signatures.

 

 

Marcus Alton receives Boro forms

 

Derby supporters have also been 'signing-up for Cloughie'. Rams fan Marcus Shukla collected hundreds before a home match. He's pictured presenting the forms to website editor Marcus Alton outside Pride Park.  

 

Forms presented at Pride Park

 

 

Fans have also been signing-up at Burton Albion, the club managed by Brian's son Nigel. Karl Savill is pictured presenting forms at Eton Park. Karl is from the fanzine 'Clough The Magic Dragon'.

 

 

Burton forms are presented