Most of what I post is just enthusiast and gaming junk – In the real world it doesn’t matter. I mean, who cares if I made a delivery on time in American Truck Simulator or changed my truck’s paint scheme in Euro Truck Simulator?

This is different and this time I would like my readers to take it seriously. There is a young footballer that I know very well as a friend who is facing the serious consequences of Cancer, specifically Ewings Sarcoma. His name is Spencer and I can say that I’ve been fortunate enough to enjoy watching him running down the wing and seen him place that telling cross into the box that results in a goal. I’ve also seen this young man giving inspirational talks to younger players, encouraging them to adopt the right attitude so that they can progress in the game. Spencer is someone that I have the utmost respect for. He will almost certainly never play football again but he has so much to offer young players seeking a start in the game and probably far beyond that with his level headed approach even in these most difficult of times.

If any of you, my readers, feel able to give a small donation?.. I’ll leave my plea there… This is the link

Thank you in advance 🙂

Once again the last photo on my card is a football shot. On 28th January Wingate & Finchley played Brentford B in the Middlesex Senior Cup. Despite Wingate having the worst season that I can remember and Brentford being a higher division side, it was a well fought game and a match that any visiting neutral fan would have enjoyed. The B’s nicked a goal early in the second half and probably had more clear-cut chances on goal than Wingate but overall it was a better performance by The Blues than of late. My last shot shows one of the Brentford players walking off the pitch with Luke in a commiseratory chat after the final whistle…

Only changes to the image are resizing for the web. For those with an interest in the tech details – Canon EOS 5D mkIII with EF 70-200mm lens, ISO16000, 1/1250th at f2.8

Catch up with Bushboy’s Last Photo for January 2020 Challenge Here.