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John Portsmouth Football Club Westwood (John Anthony Westwood) was born on 1963 in Liss, United Kingdom, is an Antiquarian bookseller. Discover John Portsmouth Football Club Westwood’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?
|Popular As||John Anthony Westwood|
|Age||57 years old|
|Birthplace||Liss, United Kingdom|
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John Portsmouth Football Club Westwood Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Timeline of John Portsmouth Football Club Westwood
In January 2020, the Petersfield Bookshop was featured on many news outlets after it tweeted that it had had no customers that day. Author Neil Gaiman re-tweeted the post to his 2.3 million followers and the bookshop received thousands of pounds’ worth of orders.
Westwood was banned from South Coast arch-rivals Southampton’s St Mary’s Stadium for urinating on seats in the away end and being thrown out of a derby match in 2003 for persistently refusing to sit down when ordered to by stewards. However, he was in the crowd on 13 February 2010, when Portsmouth defeated Southampton 4–1 in the fifth round of the FA Cup. along with the 2–2 draw in the Championship on 7 April 2012.
In 2008 a portrait of Westwood by artist Karl Rudziak won the Portsmouth Open Art Competition. In February 2009 it was accepted for the BP Portrait Awards exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London, where it was on display from June until September. On 28 September 2009 the exhibition began a national tour, starting at the Southampton City Art Gallery. Not surprisingly, the Southampton FC supporters did not give the display a warm welcome.
In September 2007 he played in the Premier League All Stars on Sky Sports, playing as a celebrity fan for Portsmouth.
He features on the cover of Chuck Culpepper’s 2007 book, Up Pompey, an American’s take on English football fans.
In 2007 Westwood wrote a book, The True Pompey Fan’s Miscellany.
Since his father Frank’s death in January 2006 Westwood has been a partner in the family bookshop in Petersfield, Hampshire.
In 2003 Westwood was featured in the BBC Television Social anthropology project Video Nation. A photo reportage entitled Fan de foot. So British! by Paris-based photographer Andrew McLeish about men, passion and football, focussing on Westwood, won the French magazine Paris Match’ s 2004 “Prix du Public” competition for photography students.
After he was thrown out of Gillingham F.C.’s Priestfield Stadium in September 2002, one Portsmouth fans website criticised Westwood, describing him as being a “drunk yob”. However, two days later they issued an apology stating they had “gone too far”.
Born in Liss, Hampshire, Westwood started attending Pompey matches in 1976. As his commitment grew to the club, so too did his range of Portsmouth FC themed accessories. In 1989 he changed his name, by deed poll, from John Anthony Westwood to John Anthony Portsmouth Football Club Westwood and he is probably the most recognisable Portsmouth supporter.
John Anthony Portsmouth Football Club Westwood (born 1963) is one of the most recognisable football supporters in England, when not working as an antiquarian bookseller.