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  1. Maybe change the title to Remembering Bradley Lowery. Low key, minimum fuss and I think most will get it. I hope.
    12 points
  2. Well put REDOXO, it hurts to even think about it doesn't it ?. What a brave little man!
    4 points
  3. Dolly, I think Redoxo above has got it right.
    3 points
  4. Bat like England do - yeah, bat like we have up to now - not a hope
    2 points
  5. We should have never got rid of David Houghton when Maynard came in. It was his arrogance that he could do it himself that has started this. Now we've got Rodgers doing it. Under Houghton we actually seemed to improve hugely and didn't gift wickets/collapse all season.
    1 point
  6. In terms of style etc I thought Lee Haskins was Bristol's version of Kirkland Lang. Could be frustrating to watch but very skillful.Terrible news about Errol Christie.
    1 point
  7. Another domestic fight from around that time was Honeyghan v Mittie, I think that was on Sportsnight.
    1 point
  8. I think that was when I first started watching boxing around that era. Kaylor, EC, Tony Sibson etc. Those fights were usually on Sportsnight always preferred that to Midweek Sports Special!
    1 point
  9. RIP Errol Christie. I remember his fight with Mark Kaylor, both floored (I think) and wobbled on numerous occasions before Kayor won in the eighth.. They genuinely detested each other at the time and neither went on to fufill their potential.
    1 point
  10. Have a lot of respect for Haskins clearly not the most talented fighter but has achieved great things in his career. A lot of his fights have been boring though agree with Yardy on that. Good luck to him in the future.
    1 point
  11. Entitled to your opinion Yardy, but Haskins does have power, included winning his IBF title by 5th Round KO. I've watched him box live and on TV many times where he's won by KO. Whilst his tricky style never appeal to the masses, you got to respect the man, he's done things the hard way. Turned pro at 19 and fought often away or in poor leisure centres and sports halls due to Bristol having zero infrastructure. That takes balls and self determination in itself, especially when you see other IBF champions packing out their local state of the art arenas or getting Sky PPV.
    1 point
  12. Bit harsh mate, the man is a Bristolian who defended his world title twice and he went out on his shield when it would have been very easy to pull out with the shoulder injury when he was looking at getting ktfo. Nothing but respect from me. Overall it was a very poor card.
    1 point
  13. Bit worried about clicking this thread tbh, but glad I did, its great to hear the little lad is still smiling and having fun with his family... remarkable kid, admirable family.
    1 point
  14. I hope this makes sense because I'm one of those that struggle with words but I feel that quite often its not what is said, it's whats in the feeling of whats being said. My familys thoughts & love go out to anyone facing these scenarios which sadly are too common. As my beloved Grandad used to tell me...... "You Only Die When No-one Rembers You". Love to all from Oz
    1 point
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