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Jan Molby, Razor Ruddock, Mickey Qinn, Puskas, Fatty Foulke, Gazza.... Spuds signed another tubby one (Reid?) from Forest, who disappeared somewhere or other. I'm sure you can think of others. Eidur let himself go a few seasons back, too.

When did Lamps get labelled Fat Frank? He's never been remotely out of shape in his 6/7 seasons at Chelsea, so how come he gets a mention in this article?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/a ... ge_id=1779

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Dean Windass,Neville Southall,Phil Stamp,David Ginola (according to John Gregory),Mario Stanic (came back a fat gypsy).

And Eidur Gudjohnsen carried a fair bit of timber for a while.

When Frank first came to us he was slightly overweight.

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Hang on a minute..I am hardly slim myself so a fine one to talk..... but any of these players, you wouldn't really call them fat would you ??? or are you all slim and toned people...... some of them carry a few extra pounds than your average footballer.. and some (Quinn) have become fat since retiring.. but fat in their playing days ? hardly !

Oh and you missed Le Tiss... the fat chuff ! icon_lol.gif

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