The Football League Paper - - INSIDE: - By Matt Bad­cock

BRENT­FORD star Jota’s red-hot form is the in­spi­ra­tion for a new sin­gle with all pro­ceeds go­ing to Prostate Cancer UK.

BBC Lon­don re­porter Billy Reeves’ tra­di­tional end of sea­son song has an ex­tra sprin­kling of star­dust this year with Hard-Fi front­man Richard Archer and The Blue­tones’ gui­tarist Adam Devlin on the track.

The trio have called them­selves Grown Men In Tears and the song, ‘Wel­come Home, King Jota’, can be down­loaded for one week only for 79p.

Reeves said: “I was so pleased with my song that I de­cided to get two le­git pop stars to play and sing on it. Both are Brent­ford FC sea­son-ticket hold­ers too.

“The tune is both a clas­sic pop song and rep­re­sents the erotic charge all foot­ball fans get (not just Brent­ford fans) when their favourite player takes de­fend­ers out with a run, a shimmy and a drop of the shoul­der.”

You can down­load the track and help Prostate Cancer UK via www. twit­ter. com/TheBil­lyReeves

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