Roy Waller

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Roy Waller (1940/41 – 6 July 2010) was a regular radio presenter on BBC Radio Norfolk and was the main football match commentator for the station until 2007. He died in the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital on 6 July 2010, after battling with liver illness. Waller's funeral service took place at Norwich Cathedral on 23 July 2010. in September 2010, a commentary box at Carrow Road was dedicated to Waller's memory, and was unveiled by Alan Bowkett and Waller's widow, Sylvie, before a home game and to the applause of the fans.

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Roy was known for being a die-hard Norwich City fan. His deep Norfolk accent has often been the subject of light-hearted criticism from other football fans but he was popular among other football fans in Norwich. In March 2008, Roy was made Sheriff of Norwich. His popularity even led to him once being gunged by Noel Edmonds on Noel's House Party in the 1990s.

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