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old git last won the day on March 24 2018

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  1. Harry Enfield, Paul Whitehouse and Kathy Burke were different class.
  2. I think that was Derek Smethurst. Normally useless at these types of questions, but I had a trial at Chelsea the same day as he did so I kept a close eye on his career.
  3. Yes, the squad travelling in style while some of the fans (me and my brother included) had to make do with an old prop driven Lockheed Constellation. Coming back, so my brother remembers, we had to circle above Gatwick for half an hour, because of a storm.
  4. He should have told Ray Parlour to piss off.
  5. It looks like Hazard will be fit. I don't know how he keeps bouncing back. He was hacked to pieces in that first half against Slavia Prague.
  6. With The Sponge at the front of the queue, as per usual.
  7. Or Steve Bruce with a Harpo Marx rug?
  8. Spitting Image was brilliant, taking the piss out of all and sundry. Even the Royal family weren't spared. Can you imagine that happening today? The snowflakes and the tree grabbers would be up in arms. Ben Elton recently described it as "talking on eggshells". A shame because there are plenty of candidates on TV, who take themselves far too seriously, and are ripe for the pisstake.
  9. I remember him as a reasonable centre half, steady but lacked pace. He was playing when Greavsie was banging them in for us, but we were leaking loads of goals at the other end. No, not our finest hour defensively although he did play plenty of times for us.
  10. At least Clive saw the funny side of it.
  11. Yeah, the John Travolta bandana is a definite giveaway.
  12. Barry Lloyd and Chico Hamilton, a couple of fringe players in the picture who did well at other clubs.
  13. On another football forum I frequent, there's a Spurs supporter who calls himself AlfieConn. He's a right pain up the backside, a bit like the player was.
  14. The old east stand. I remember standing on the terracing below the stand, when Roy Bentley lifted the First Division championship in 1955. I've got a memory like a sieve, but that sticks out.

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