Former Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham manager Harry Redknapp joined UCFB Heads of School Neil Silver and Dr Nick Wilde, and former Liverpool, Everton and Manchester City Director of Communications Paul Tyrrell, in representing UCFB at the prestigious Football Writers’ Association Golf Day event at Stoke Park this week.

UCFB Head of School of Media & Journalism, Neil Silver, finished 3rd in the individual competition, whilst the four-man UCFB team came 5th out of a field of 20.

Further leading football industry names at the annual event included former England manager Glenn Hoddle, Scotland assistant manager Mark McGhee, former Wimbledon manager Dave Bassett and footballers Pat Jennings, Liam Brady and Mark Bright, along with other former football players and managers.

Award-winning journalist and UCFB Head of School Neil Silver commented on the day:

It was a privilege for Dr Nick Wilde, Paul Tyrell and I to play a round of golf alongside someone as fun and high profile in the football world as Harry Redknapp.”