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Billy Pinnell (aka "The Traveller") (?-1977) was the Sports Editor of the Bristol Evening Post from the first day of publication in April, 1932, until his retirement 34 years later on December 31, 1956.
Billy Pinnell was a walking encyclopedia on the game. During his career he covered over 1,500 Bristol City and Rovers football matches. As over 600 of them were away from home, he lived up to his pen name of "The Traveller."
In 1959 he was awarded his most prized possession, the Football Association Medal for his 50 years' work for the GFA, of which he was a life vice-president.