Raising funds for a statue to honour the footballer denied an England cap in 1925, just because he was black.
A solicitor advocate who has taken part and led several campaigns, Greg is a lifelong Plymouth fan, born and bred in the city. He is the chair of PASALB (Plymouth Argyle Supporters Association London Branch) and helps to organise many events for the numerous Argyle fans in the city. His site is full of interesting stuff.
A television producer, writer and songwriter who, having learned of the Jack Leslie story, was inspired to pen a tune which led to Greg suggesting the idea of a wider campaign. Matt grew up in Plymouth, was a season ticket holder as a boy and is now a member of PASALB. His site has more info on his work and music.
Lee Jameson – Liaison Officer
Lancashire based Lee is a self employed consultant who has a passion for social justice and Plymouth Argyle. He was a founder member of The Argyle Fans Trust, former chair of PASALB and secretary for APFScil.
Rich Leppard – Treasurer
Richard is an accountant and Argyle fan whose vocal support for the team both home and away has earned him the nickname from fellow fans as “Loud Rich”
Tony was raised and schooled in Plymouth before training as a teacher in Bromley, Kent. He spent his teaching career in Dubai and retired last year to the UK to concentrate on all things Green.
John Griffiths – Design
Through his successful Plymouth based company, LUA Design, John creates websites, digital and print material. He has an enviable client list that includes big name comedians like John Bishop, Romesh Ranganathan and Mo Gilligan. He is also… an Argyle fan.
Amanda is the Case Worker for the Football Supporters Association, assisting fans in trouble and campaigning for better match day policing and stewarding. She lives in East London and is a West Ham United supporter.