The stars came out to celebrate Micky Lewis’s extraordinary life in football across Oxfordshire when players for Oxford United, Oxford City and the current University side all joined together for a memorial game called ‘One for the Road’ last weekend.

One special guest was Kaleb Cooper who has shot to fame as Jeremy Clarkson's right-hand man in Clarkson’s Farm on Amazon.

Kaleb played in goal for the Oxford United Legends, sharing the gloves with the likes of Alan Judge, Ryan Clarke, Phil Wilson, Wayne Brown, Phil Whitehead, Max Crocombe and Billy Turley.

Kaleb was joined by the Rosenthal family - broadcasting legend Jim and son Tom, the star of Friday Night Dinner and Plebs.

Both were good friends with Micky and were part of the big day.

And former England manager Steve McClaren, who played for Oxford United, was there too.

Love Island winner Finn Tapp was also hoping to be part of the Oxford City All Stars team, subject to filming commitments.

Micky died on March 5, aged 56, just weeks after being diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of lung cancer.

The outpouring of emotion reflected not only his 27-year association with United, but the impact he had on football across the county.