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JOHN STILL GIVEN HONORARY FREEDOM OF LUTON

15 January 2015

Boss honoured on Thursday night

Town manager John Still was given honorary freedom of Luton by the Borough Council on Thursday night.

The Hatters boss, who was bestowed the same accolade when with Dagenham, was present to receive his honour together with assistant manager Terry Harris and first team coach Hakan Hayrettin.

"Although I'm getting it, I'm receiving it behalf of the people I work with: the staff, the players, the supporters and everyone involved," said Still. "Everyone has played their part in a fantastic year for this football club. To go on a great run and get promoted last season and now be up challenging again is fantastic.

"I'm very, very proud to receive it, but I'm mindful of the fact I'm receiving on behalf of lots of people."

Here's what the boss said below at his press conference earlier on Thursday...taxi drivers of Luton should remember the face!


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