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City Rocker

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  1. A wonderful bird is Adelakun*, his mouth can hold more than his belly can. *poss misheard.
  2. Definitely Leeds the game that was abandoned at half time. We were in the Enclosure and could hardly see the Dolman stand, never mind the far goal mouth. Occasional ironic shouts of "offside!" or "man on". How we laughed
  3. I have loads of the programmes from those four years in division 1, including the one bizarrely carrying the Anarchy In The UK advert. Possibly that was the foggy Leeds game that was abandoned? That hair transplant ad is hilarious! Before: bald. After: still bald but with a bit of a combe-over. So 1970s
  4. Stiff Little Fingers' version of Bob Marley's 'Johnny Was' is just superb. Perhaps one of my favourite pieces of recorded music ever.
  5. This thread reminds me why I've never visited the politics forum (or what ever it's called) section on OTIB. Not that racial prejudice or the opposition to it have anything to do with politics, but hey ho. There are lots of really good posters on here whose opinions and views on football I value and admire. It would be so disappointing to discover any of these people are blinkered, bigoted ignoramuses. I'd rather not know.
  6. Bob Taylor had a chiselled jawline, I thought. Here's Bob in his City heyday.
  7. Yes I remember that programme! Paul Power was the young up and coming Man City star at the time, as I recall. Don't think they had yet signed the Messianic Gerry Gow at that point, otherwise it would have been a different proposition altogether.
  8. Well it is the oldest joke in football, at some point I think they're gonna have to
  9. So legendary he was immortalised forever on film in The Italian Job
  10. Yep I'm going dry. A rather crisp New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, in fact
  11. Reminds me of the time I was trying to teach the wife to remember the names of various football clubs' home grounds by way of cognitive word association techniques. True story, don't ask me why. Anyway, we had Charlton Athletic - Charlton Heston - [sounds like] vest and pants - pants - skid marks - The Skids - Into The Valley.......................CHARLTON PLAY AT THE VALLEY! Sooooo yeah anyway
  12. Following on from this it turns out BS3 lad Gavin Thorpe is now on the Radio 2 playlist with his latest single. Good tune, this:
  13. Nooooooo!! You don't mean................. IAN HOLLOWAY?
  14. I seriously don’t see why we can’t have the best of both worlds? Let’s keep the nutritionists and the conditioning coaches, I like to see elite athletes playing the game. But let us go back to more direct football played with pace and physicality (without hearing the ref’s whistle every time someone attempts a hint of a tackle) and wingers crossing from the by-line. Jumpers for goalposts, etc...
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