Absolutely distressing news.... Tony was always pleasant and always had time to talk to me and Karen .. known him many a year and last had a great chat with him at the Macclesfield game at Home Park.. lovely man .. gutted ...
Oh what terrible news, He was a real gentleman and despite some strange ways of showing it, He really was a die hard Argyle fan at heart. I really feel for his family as I know the pain they are going through. I have just been through this with my Mum it took a week from being on the Golf course to having to switch off Her life support. it really is the most harrowing experience. RIP Tony & thoughts go out to your Family
Home Park is where the Heart is. Argyle till I die.
I haven’t been on PASOTI for a while but had just received a message regarding this news.
I know I can speak for everyone at PASTA when I say this is just awful, awful news.
Tony had been a strong contributor and supporter of PASTA for many years.
I had the pleasure of regularly chatting to Tony at away games and indeed at our meet ups in Bristol and down the Brit on a match day.
His job, phenomenally interesting, although he never actually divulged much as he was a real pro, did produce an insight into a man who didn’t miss much, and when he spoke it was with real knowledge on a subject.
His passion for Argyle was clear for all to see.
Tony, you are a true Pilgrim, and a bloody good bloke.