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Tiger Woods' former caddie Steve Williams under fire for more remarks about Woods
Tiger Woods' former caddie Steve Williams (L), seen with Woods at the PGA Championship on August 12, 2005, reportedly referred to Woods in a racially disparaging manner a during the Annual Caddy Awards dinner in Shanghai on November 5, 2011. According to reports, when asked about his over-the-top celebration over his new boss Adam Scott's victory at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in August Williams said "My aim was to shove it right up that black a-------." UPI/John Angelillo/FILE
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Steven Charles "Steve" Williams (born 12 July 1958 in Romford, England) is an English former football midfielder.

Williams went to school at St Edwards CofE Romford and started out as an apprentice with Southampton, having been a product of the Saints’ London Selection Centre and joining the club straight from school.

He turned professional in 1975 and made his debut, in a 1-0 victory away to local rivals, Portsmouth aged 17 on 6 April 1976, replacing Peter Osgood, who had been dropped for disciplinary reasons. (This result helped condemn Portsmouth to relegation to Division 2.)

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