Date:Wednesday August 30 2006
A website has been set up as a tribute to one of Watford`s leading young players, Al Bangura.
Four Watford supporters from Bedfordshire set up the site in homage of the tough-tackling midfielder, who fled civil war in his native Sierra Leone before joining the Hornets as a trainee.
18-year-old Bangura - who is known as Big Al amongst the Vicarage Road faithful -has risen through the Watford ranks and has made nearly 50 first-team appearances for the Golden Boys.
The site contains a brief interview with the player, an Al Bangura fashion page and Bangura songs, which include the Sierra Leone national anthem.
To visit the site click here
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