The Millwall Chairman dials in and will appear on tonight's showIt's 3,269 miles from Boston to London. That's six hours and 24 minutes of flying time. And there is nothing that would keep John G Berylson from making that journey in a pressurised cabin, en-route to the south London club whose Chairmanship he assumed in 2007. Except maybe the birth of a new grandchild.
John is currently tending to his grandfatherly duties but will be joining the Lions Live team by telephone to talk about his team's prospects and maybe, even, the latest addition to his family.
Second on tonight's programme is a guest whose surname is synonymous with Millwall Football Club.
Anybody who met Barry Kitchener could attest to the spirit and generosity of a man who frightened people on the pitch, and yet charmed people off it. That generosity of spirit has been inherited in no small part by his daughter Nikki, a frequent visitor to The Den, usually to promote her latest charity venture. Nikki will be joining the Lions Live team to talk about The Big Kitch Appeal.
Finally on tonight's programme Millwall fan Kevin Kempster will be talking about his own charitable efforts in aid of Prostate Cancer. On Saturday Kevin will be heading off from The Den to the Priestfield Stadium, where he hopes to see The Lions winning form continue. However, he'll be dispensing with the luxury of wheels or wings, and making the entire journey on foot. We wish the intrepid rambler the best of luck.
Kevin's battling spirit may well have been inspired by Alan Dunne's book "Dunne it the Hard Way". A copy of the aforementioned novel will be on its way to the winner of this week's competition.
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