[This Is South Devon] - Ben John Francis FONE, Higher Furzeham Road, Brixham. Age: 23. On at Torquay having entered as a trespasser a dwelling in Upton Road stole therein furniture and electrical items to the value of £ Plea: Not Guilty.
[Vitalfootball] - The only joy I took from today was Trevor Francis mumbling about Karl Henry, formerly known as Captain Stupid, would be suspended for three games. I hope the fool never dons the shirt again. The bloke is a self gratifying, self styled bad boy and in
[Hemel Gazette] - Yes, that's right – in a moment of insanity, I agreed with my bosses editor John Francis and deputy editor Wes Smith (this is all their fault) that I would don sequins and prance around. So, on Sunday, I pretty much dragged Michael along to our first
[HeyUGuys.co.uk] Rock's Don Scardino is going to be directing, with the original spec script coming from Chad Kultgen, and re-writes being done first by Horrible Bosses scribes John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, and most recently by Oscar-nominated Jason
[OntheBox (blog)] - Bosses writers John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein have reportedly been re-hired to begin the penning process. The pair had their profiles bolstered significantly by the first Bosses film and have been working away on Steve Carell's comedy
[Birmingham Mail] - by Colin Tattum, Birmingham Mail TREVOR Francis has paid tribute to Gary Ablett, describing the man he made Birmingham City captain as 'a great fella'. The Blues legend was shocked and saddened by Ablett's death, at the age of 46, from a form of blood
[Birmingham Mail] - Trevor Francis's men kept piling on the pressure, but the semi-final was settled on penalties, after extra-time. Kevin Poole got a hand on Peter Kennedy's opener but it went in off the post, Paul Furlong had Blues' first kick saved.
[Birmingham Mail] - Bruce and Ablett were two of the big-name signings who arrived at St Andrew's in the summer of under newly-installed manager Trevor Francis. Although nearing the end of their careers, they formed an excellent defensive pairing, with Ablett also
[Birmingham Mail] - It was the best away win since Trevor Francis's Blues walloped Oxford United 7-1 at the Manor Ground in December And this is how the goal-fest developed: **18 minutes, 0-1: Jordon Mutch's searching free-kick from a deep central position is headed
[Journal Live] - “We'd just lost Trevor Francis so it might be the first time he'd want to strengthen midfield with a young lad called Gary Mills, who had only played a few games. “Both he (Clough) and Peter Taylor (his assistant) were worried about the game – as well
[Birmingham Mail] - It is hard to remember what happened to Blues just 32 seconds after the tribute at London Road ever happened to a defence containing Ablett and Bruce during their time under Trevor Francis. Emile Sinclair managed to wriggle through the heart of Blues'
[Gainsborough Standard] - Setting up Trevor Francis' winner in the '79 final against Malmo in Munich, he went on to score the only goal of the game against Hamburg in the Bernabeu to give Clough and Taylor back-to-back European glory. After hanging up his boots