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http://www.icons.com/home.html

I used to enjoy reading Winston Bogarde's column. Also, Mario Melchiot used to be on there.

Now, it seams, Joey has joined up:

http://www.icons.com/cole/home.html

You have to register for the site, but it is free, and intended to keep the press off it. They also stop people copy/pasting the text somehow.

P.S. Joe has his own official web site, and I have just realised that he has the exact same Diary entry on this site also. Therefore, I'm not sure why he has also joined the Icons site.

Ref: http://www.joecole.co.uk/high_res/diary.html

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No idea why Joe has joined the Icons site, but I have to say I was pleasantly surprised with the design of Joey's own site. Simple yet pretty cool looking. The intro's a bit silly, but I reckon that's a bit tongue in cheek.

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