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FLE: Joel Byrom

3 January 2014

In the last edition of my first, my last, my everything, we found out that Jack King should never be left in charge of a dog.

And staying with his best friend in Bailey Wright, the proud owner of a boxer pup called ‘Dennis’ that could be a concern!

This afternoon it’s is the turn of midfielder Joel Byrom however, and he spills the beans on his first, last and everything.

So what was the first and the last…

Match you attended?
I can’t remember the first match I attended, but the last one was Blackburn versus Burnley last season at Turf Moor. 

Professional match you played in?
The first professional match I played in was for Accrington against Shrewsbury.

Professional goal?
My first goal, it would have been for Stevenage against Ebbsfleet.

Name on shirt?
I don’t think I ever had one, I honestly don’t.

Film at the cinema?
The first one I can’t remember, the last one was a film called Side Effects.

Album bought?
The first album I bought might have been one of the compilations like Now 28 I think. The last album I bought was Ben Howard.

DVD bought?
The last DVD I bought was the second series of Suits.

Gig?
The first one I went to was the Arctic Monkeys at Old Trafford and the last one I went to see was Ben Howard in the summer in Blackpool.

You were recognised?
I don’t think I have ever been recognised!

Injury?
It would have been a hernia operation I think about five or six years ago now.

Pet?
My first pet was a goldfish which I decided to stop feeding, that will be why it’s also my last pet!

Squad number?
My first squad number was 32.

What’s your signature dish?
Probably a Thai green curry.

What’s your favourite TV theme tune?
It’s the TV theme tune off the OC.

Do you have any tattoos; if so what are they?
No tattoos.

When were you last naked outdoors?
This morning actually, I nipped outside!

Who would play you in a movie of your life?
Ryan Gosling

How much is a pint of milk?
47p.

Tell us something we won’t know about you?
I used to play county cricket for Lancashire when I was younger, U13s to U15s.



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