John Portsmouth Football Club Westwood

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John Anthony Portsmouth Football Club Westwood (born 1963) is one of the most recognisable football supporters in England.

He has 60 Portsmouth tattoos, the club crest shaved onto his head and 'PFC' engraved on his teeth. He can be clearly heard ringing his bell, to represent the "Pompey Chimes", almost continuously throughout Portsmouth matches. Many Portsmouth fans agree he makes a hell of a racket but without him the atmosphere wouldent be the same. When Portsmouth played AC Milan in 2008, Milan playmaker Ronaldinho refferd the Portsmouth fanatic man as a club "Legend" and all the "fans should get behind him and the team to make the loudest racket to cheer the team on". He wears a large stove pipe hat, curly blue wig, and uses a bugle as well as his handbell.


Born in Liss, Hampshire Westwood started attending Pompey matches in 1976.

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After he was thrown out of Gillingham FC's Priestfield Stadium in September 2002, one Portsmouth fans website criticised Westwood,...
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