(written by Robbie Greenfield)
Describing Chris as gregarious is one of the great understatements. A social butterfly who frequently needs to be physically dragged away from a function (usually by me), Chris loves people. And people love Chris. Regular Dubai Eye listeners will know him as a sports anorak. Combining his boundless curiosity with a photographic memory, no sporting statistic is safe from his roving eye, from non-league Swedish football to his beloved darts. This proud son of Scotland is a long-time resident of Dubai, and yet his accent hasn’t waned one iota. Luckily, I’m on hand to translate!
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