Ian Hamilton Fazey
About the author:Ian Hamilton Fazey was born in 1942 and educated at Aston University, where he played for the Cobras RFC.After a nine year gap pursuing an award winning career in journalism , he returned to the game as a player, gravitating to Waterloo's Sixth XV, of which he became captain.He
retired in 1976 to become the First XV's
touch judge and, apart from a break in 1977-79, has carried Waterloo's flag since.He is a former general manager of the Liverpool Daily Post & Echo, managing director of Wirral Echo, and deputy editor of the Liverpool Echo.Since 1980 he has been a freelance writer and broadcaster.As well as being a journalist and broadcaster, Ian Hamilton Fazey has been active at Waterloo for more than 30 years as a player, Sixth XV captain, First XV touch judge, Hon Press Secretary and general volunteer.He
has worked for newspapers in Birmingham, Liverpool and London but is best known for a 10-year stint as northern correspondent of the Financial Times
.In 1990 he
was made an OBE for services to journalism.
...Written and designed by Ian Hamilton Fazey, published by Waterloo F.C.
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and Waterloo F.C., 1982