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East End Old Boy

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  1. Good “now and then” pictures with Scotty and your kids during your weather predictions, which were spot on, as you said why kick off at the time they did!
  2. Get one of the guys in from Snow Patrol, as they’re good at chasing cars!
  3. Your owner has never even put his hand in his pocket!
  4. Probably made up by them, as that “fact” doesn’t get a mention on his Wikipedia page!
  5. Yep and it’s the same day as the clocks go back an hour. I wonder how many will miss the end of British summer time and turn up at halftime!
  6. I thought he was a student when he joined us, perhaps this was his way of funding full time education?
  7. Trouble is, R*vers fans will think “fewer” refers to them!
  8. Got that wrong then didn’t I! Strangely, I looked it up on the Sky web site fixture list, so I hope someone tells them as well!
  9. Isn’t Portsmouth v Birmingham being played on the 13th?
  10. His book is a good read, a tale of two Cities, Bristol and Cardiff, although I only read half of the book!!!
  11. On 21 August 1965, while playing for Charlton, he became the first substitute ever to be used in the Football League when he replaced injured goalkeeper Mike Roseafter 11 minutes of an away match against Bolton Wanderers.[3]
  12. First substitute was Keith Peacock of Charlton Athletic, unsure of year.
  13. Shirt numbers were 1 to 11 in those days, not squad numbers. I would suggest Brian Clark may have worn the number 8 shirt more often than not?
  14. Keeping an eye on players I suspect! He also frequents LinkedIn on a regular basis.
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