It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Malcolm Storer, a renowned face in the non-league world and known for his “OnTheRoadBlog”. He was from Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom. He was a season ticket holder at Greenwich Avenue for many years, a passionate groundhopper. In honor of his memory and contributions to the footballing community, we take a look back on his life and career. Keep reading more
Who was Malcolm Storer?
Malcolm Storer was born in 1981 in Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom. He attended school there before moving to London to pursue an education in journalism at University College London. It was during this time that he developed his passion for non-league football as he began attending matches at Greenwich Avenue Stadium every week as a season ticket holder. After graduating with a degree in Journalism, he began writing about non-league football for various publications, including The Guardian and The Non-League Paper.
OnTheRoadBlog & Contributions to Footballing Community
In 2013, Malcolm started OnTheRoadBlog which quickly became one of the most popular blogs dedicated to non-league football. He wrote extensively about the fans as well as teams from all over the United Kingdom who were often overlooked by mainstream media outlets. His blog also featured interviews with players and managers from all levels of the game which helped bring even more attention to smaller clubs who would otherwise go unnoticed. Not only did Malcolm use his blog as an avenue for reporting but also as a platform for raising awareness about mental health issues within the footballing community which he himself struggled with for many years.
How did Malcolm Storer die ? What was the cause of his death?
The news of Malcolm Storer’s death has left the community reeling with shock and this sentiment has been echoed across the entire nation. While there have been plenty of speculations from members of the community, the exact cause of death remains a mystery as none has been released. This causes enormous grief for his friends and family; despite his absence, his memory will remain in everyone’s hearts.
Malcolm Storer Obituary
Malcolm’s passion for non-league football shone through everything he did and it will be sorely missed in the footballing community. His tireless work on “OnTheRoadBlog” brought much needed attention to small clubs around the United Kingdom and it is no exaggeration to say that without him these teams would have gone completely unnoticed by many people outside their local area.
Tributes Pour to Malcolm Storer Death
Radford FC are saddened to hear of the passing of Malcolm Storer. Malcolm was a local legend and passionate supporter of our beautiful non-league game we all love. Condolences to family and friends. RIP Malcolm.
We extend our condolences to his family and friends during this difficult time and thank him for all that he has done for non-league football over the years. May he rest in peace knowing that his legacy will never be forgotten by so many people around Britain who love their local clubs just like he did!