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« Reply #725 on: Tuesday 6 October 2015, 01:12:43 AM »
Thought he came across really well in that. Good watch.
I'll be watching the games, and I'll be talking about the teams. If it's a disaster it will be quite humorous and exactly what Mike Ashley deserves and to be honest I'll quite enjoy it. I am totally indifferent to results and the team success going forward.

Now, in certain games should the team do well, I will be happy more for the players, because I feel bad for them mostly, and I still want to see some of them do well. I will still feel comfortable giving the team credit when they do well. I just don't care about any outcome at this point and none of my money goes into anything to do with Mike Ashley's operations.

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« Reply #726 on: Tuesday 6 October 2015, 03:57:26 AM »
He was so f***ing much better / more interesting when he was 16/17.

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« Reply #727 on: Tuesday 6 October 2015, 03:57:59 AM »
Wayne Rooney Snr seems like an interesting man.

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« Reply #728 on: Tuesday 6 October 2015, 08:27:22 AM »
Didn't watch the documentary so can't comment on how nice he comes across, but I always find it quite funny that the whole 'shagging OAP prostitute' thing doesn't come up (admittedly not on this particular intervirw, more just in general).

At least those two others he paid to have a threesome with weren't too shabby.

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« Reply #729 on: Tuesday 6 October 2015, 10:18:34 AM »
came across ok i thought, however, my nephew did a coaching session with him last week in liverpool, was a nike thing, and it was surprise that he was there, only about 12 kids. they wernt allowed to ask for autographs or pictures.

s*** crack.

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« Reply #730 on: Tuesday 6 October 2015, 12:44:22 PM »
I never realised he was arguing with the referee during the run up to his absolute thunderbastard of a strike against us. It looked hilarious.

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« Reply #731 on: Tuesday 6 October 2015, 04:05:01 PM »
Just catching up on that Rooney thing

Wayne Rooney Snr seems like an interesting man.

Doesn't seem like his missus lets him get a word in edgeways. :lol:
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« Reply #732 on: Tuesday 6 October 2015, 04:44:39 PM »
The Rooney/Walcott/Cahill convo :laugh:, so awkward.
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« Reply #733 on: Monday 14 December 2015, 06:42:17 PM »
if you have Sky Sports and go to their catch up service, click on the Newcastle section there is 'the story of Ayoze Perez'

edit: it's only 4 mins long and that smug get is also in it   :(

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« Reply #734 on: Monday 4 January 2016, 08:58:19 PM »
The Boys of 66 documentary was absolutely superb!

It's repeated at 10pm on Sky Sports 1 - well worth a watch!
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« Reply #735 on: Monday 4 January 2016, 09:33:13 PM »
Martin Peters was some player like. Generally overlooked when discussing greatest England players.
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« Reply #736 on: Monday 4 January 2016, 09:41:59 PM »
Hearing Hugh Johns commentate on the 66 final brings back memories of Sunday afternoons as a kid when he commentated in the Central area on Star Soccer for years. Different areas had different commentators. London had Brian Moore, East Anglia had Gerry Harrison, North West had Gerald Sinstadt, Yorkshire had Martin Tyler, Roger Tames did the North East after Kenneth Wolstenholme. Can't remember the South Coast one, might have been David Bobin.

You'd get highlights of the game in your area followed by briefer highlights from around the country. It wasn't as good as Match of the Day but it was good Sunday afternoon fayre. Indeed when commercial television won the Saturday night contract in the early 80s, there was a public outcry and Match of the Day came back after a couple of years away.
RIP gejon/cajun/ Jon Lockwood.

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« Reply #737 on: Monday 4 January 2016, 10:30:59 PM »
Jimmy Greaves lying in a regular bath with his leg strapped and a wooden chair in the bath with him to keep his foot elevated.

How football medical science has progressed. :lol:
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« Reply #738 on: Monday 4 January 2016, 10:44:00 PM »
Jimmy Greaves lying in a regular bath with his leg strapped and a wooden chair in the bath with him to keep his foot elevated.

How football medical science has progressed. :lol:

Got the image of Derek Wright frantically taking notes on all of these new fangled methods he can use tomorrow.
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« Reply #739 on: Tuesday 5 January 2016, 08:58:50 AM »
Jimmy Greaves lying in a regular bath with his leg strapped and a wooden chair in the bath with him to keep his foot elevated.

How football medical science has progressed. [emoji38]

Got the image of Derek Wright frantically taking notes on all of these new fangled methods he can use tomorrow.
Leeches is his buzzword.
RIP gejon/cajun/ Jon Lockwood.

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« Reply #740 on: Tuesday 5 January 2016, 09:00:02 AM »
Jimmy Greaves lying in a regular bath with his leg strapped and a wooden chair in the bath with him to keep his foot elevated.

How football medical science has progressed. :lol:

Got the image of Derek Wright frantically taking notes on all of these new fangled methods he can use tomorrow.

:lol:

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« Reply #741 on: Wednesday 6 January 2016, 05:37:24 PM »
Hearing Hugh Johns commentate on the 66 final brings back memories of Sunday afternoons as a kid when he commentated in the Central area on Star Soccer for years. Different areas had different commentators. London had Brian Moore, East Anglia had Gerry Harrison, North West had Gerald Sinstadt, Yorkshire had Martin Tyler, Roger Tames did the North East after Kenneth Wolstenholme. Can't remember the South Coast one, might have been David Bobin.

You'd get highlights of the game in your area followed by briefer highlights from around the country. It wasn't as good as Match of the Day but it was good Sunday afternoon fayre. Indeed when commercial television won the Saturday night contract in the early 80s, there was a public outcry and Match of the Day came back after a couple of years away.
That takes me back. We had 'Shoot' covering the North East with a main game on a Sunday. Even Hartlepool and Darlington were chosen sometimes. When i think of the toon on Shoot i'm getting images of Peter Withe in a Bukta shirt in front of a half built leazes end. Feeling very nostalgic now.

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« Reply #742 on: Thursday 24 March 2016, 08:49:14 PM »
The documentary on the Bradford City fire is on BT at 9pm if anyones interested, I recall a few folk on here saying the new little / nothing about it.

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« Reply #743 on: Friday 29 April 2016, 09:22:48 PM »
Sky Sports 5 9:30
Sporting Mavericks - Tino  :lol:

Should be good

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« Reply #744 on: Thursday 5 May 2016, 10:52:35 PM »
2 hour Hillsborough doc on BBC2 Sunday 2100. Should be harrowing :(
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« Reply #745 on: Friday 6 May 2016, 03:02:56 AM »
It's a shame it couldn't air in the UK until now, very powerful and moving film. There's not a lot of high quality footage of the what went on before it was released, this really gives it a face. Definitely watch it.

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« Reply #746 on: Friday 6 May 2016, 10:45:03 AM »
Is that the 30 for 30?
"Lots of young fellas runnin' around in shorts, that's the kind of think you like looking at, and I bet you like that too, only you're probably imagining what they'd look like without shorts, you're sitting there imagining that with a big smile on your face, ya dirty fecker"

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« Reply #747 on: Friday 6 May 2016, 02:05:33 PM »
Is that the 30 for 30?

I never knew a 30 for 30 was banned. I hope it is that one cause I've never seen it. I love 30 for 30 too, so many great ones.

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« Reply #748 on: Friday 6 May 2016, 02:26:56 PM »
It's a shame it couldn't air in the UK until now, very powerful and moving film. There's not a lot of high quality footage of the what went on before it was released, this really gives it a face. Definitely watch it.

Yep some of the scenes are quite horrific and distressing

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« Reply #749 on: Wednesday 18 May 2016, 11:42:11 PM »
No -one watching this Jimmy Hill programme?  Absolute legend of the game,  intelligent,  pioneering,  controversial,  one of the best wind up merchants ever.
And the makems hate him.
The  :troll: smillie could have been invented for him