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  1. Did Breda live at Russell Square?
  2. Not taking government taxes into consideration?, £40m x 10 years doesn't amount to nett profit.
  3. Personally I think being able to buy a ticket at a premium outside a football ground is okay. Sometimes you miss the boat and a tout is the only option.... Buying and selling a few tickets (as long as they are genuine) shouldn't be deemed a crime in a so called democratic society. On occasions when markets dictate you can often buy a ticket for less than face value for various events nationwide and touts make a loss.
  4. Come on Mick, he ain't that great
  5. Haha no worries but I moe than likely know you
  6. Leyton County High?
  7. Your right mate and sad that you asked but Kevin passed away about 10 years ago
  8. Ah Steve Ballard, grainy picture but I think I know who you are, who was the Everton fan from Walthamstow that used to stand with you at the back of the shed..... Do you remember getting fronted by George the Greek and his mob at Kings Cross station? Was about 1975 and a bit scary.
  9. Discharged myself from hospital to be at that game
  10. Micky and Steve Rasor lived in their dads pub in Queens Road Walthamstow, Mick had a few kids with Sharon Fether.
  11. Mate I too used to booze with Billy Hurley in the Beaumont Arms, His pal Henry Brooke's was a very good player too.
  12. F..k me whatever happened to Billy Hurley? I grew up with him on the Beaumont Estate in Leyton, he made his few appearances for Orient but his career ended early through injury, then he just wound up on the piss and ate too much Chinese and put on a lot of weight, his dad managed the local boys team Beaumont F.C which produced Vince Hillair and is dog was called Ossie, I've often wondered what happened to him as I havnt seen him for 30 odd years, any ideas?
  13. Sammy Skyes
  14. ???????? There were 11 stabbings there that day and they were all Chelsea, oh and the geezer in the paper with a dart I his head