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Thomas Benjamin Maxwell Evans (born 18 March 1984 in Shoreham-by-Sea, England) is a English computer game editor/reviewer who supports Blackburn Rovers. He begun supporting Blackburn Rovers in the late eightees when he was introduced to the world of football by his brothers Gary and Matthew. He has supported the club ever since.

He made his Blackburn supporting debut in 1996-1997 Premier League season in Blackburn Rovers 2-0 defeat to Southampton F.C. at The Dell. His favourate game however is the 2000-2001 old 1st Division game at Loftus Road home to QPR in which Blackburn Rovers handed out a lesson to the aforementioned QPR in a 1-3 spanking in which David Dunn, Matt Jansen and Eyal Berkovic got on the scoresheet for Rovers.

He is now in regular attendance to as many games as he can watch. Including games against Chelsea, Portsmouth and is hoping to watch some Rovers games vs Arsenal in the coming seasons.

He also follows his local team Brighton & Hove Albion to a lesser degree, and also follows Hertha Berlin since a trip to Germany's capital in 2005.

Thomas suffers from Charcot–Marie–Tooth disease otherwise known as Peroneal Muscular Atrophy and has suffered from the condition since birth. He tries to help people with similar aflictions and is part of many charities that persue support and treatment for the disease.

As a member of the Wikipedia community for many years, he can be mainly found updating the Blackburn Rovers page and season pages. Although he tries to assist in keeping other pages up to date, accurate and removing page vandalism which is unfortunately a daily occurance on this website.