Post by landofhopeandglory on Sept 25, 2009 15:01:03 GMT
top top man, saw him not so long ago at the hospital, also played footie with him years ago, i live around the corner from him and use to see him walking is dog all the time always stopped and spoke about stoke , very sad news, will be sadly missed
Post by futurefinancial on Sept 26, 2009 7:13:35 GMT
For the last season or so I have been picking him up and taking him to the home matches, he was such a positive determined man with a great sense of humour, always convinced he was going to beat the illness. Unfortunately this season he couldn't come down with us as he was to weak to climb the stairs to his seat so his wife phoned the club and told them about his predicament, the stadium manager arranged for Graham to go in through the directors entrance so he could use the lift and gave him a seat in the Matthews Suite. I think the club deserve a lot of praise for the effort they made to keep him enjoying his passion, well done the stadium manager whoever he is.
i didnt know graham pepper.but all fellow stoke fans thoughts are with your family at this sad time.... well done to stoke city for allowing graham to watch the boys in comfort. i know graham will be watching the boys from the big stand in the sky.