Hallam FC

Playing football since 1860 at Sandygate, The Worlds Oldest Football Ground

Colin Muncie

Name:Colin Muncie Colin Muncie 450 x 600

Age: 63

From: Lanark, Scotland

Now Living: Sheffield

Occupation: I'm retired Director/ MD after 36 years in the Steel Industry, latterly as Director or MD . I worked at most Corus/ Tata sites in the UK and was CEO at our mill in Alabama. Now I'm a School Governor, I help with vulnerable adults and with a disability football team, am a member of the Sheffield FA disciplinary panel and help out with most stuff at Swallownest and the programme here at Hallam.

Family: Wife and two children. Son lives and works in Canada.

How did you first come to hear about Hallam FC? When we got back from the USA .

First visit to Sandygate Road? A couple of times in the 2000's but my first real memory is the rearranged Sheffield FC game in 2011 , I think

Who do you attend games with? Andy Goodman Bradley Atkinson and Andy Taylor

Role at the club? Programme editor and volunteer.

Ever played or scored on the world’s oldest pitch? My son had a prize day here when he played for Redmires Rangers and the dads had a kick about with them. I didn't score but I ran the game like Jim Baxter.I can remember three terrific assists.

Favourite or stand out moment since following Hallam: Having Josh Lill's red card rescinded last season ???.I know the ref Justin from Aldwarke Melting Shop. The preseason friendlies are always great

Favourite away ground and why? Swallownest - I help with the pitch there.

Do you stand on the terrace or sit in the stand for matches? Bit of both. More standing nowadays

Wednesday, United or other? Wednesday

Pasty from Ann`s Cabin or pint at half time? That's a tough one. I always have something from Anne's cabin.

How many layers do you wear at a mid-week game in January? At least two

What would you say to first time visitors to Hallam? It's an historic and welcoming club. Make yourself known to the Committee and/or volunteers; they'll do everything to ensure that you enjoy the day.

Where do you think Hallam will finish this season? It's been a slow start but I expect them to be there or thereabouts come April/May.

Anything you would like to add? Keep buying the programmes!!

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