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  1. Would you accept the use of the N word on the football pitch? Because in the eyes of the law there is no difference. https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/law-and-courts/discrimination/protected-characteristics/gypsies-and-travellers-race-discrimination/ https://www.cps.gov.uk/legal-guidance/racist-and-religious-hate-crime-prosecution-guidance
  2. A little late to the party with this one, but I listened earlier. Cracking interview, well done lads. Thought Orr came across very well. Much like with Lita, he's obviously grown up a lot over the years and isn't the hothead he was when he was younger. I'd love to see footage of Lita roundhousing Brooker.
  3. There's way too much grass for that to be the Mem.
  4. Your earlier post confirmed that he changed it after speaking to somebody, so I'm not sure why your jimjams are so ruffled.
  5. I bet you would, you dirty bugger
  6. I used to love NBA Jam on the Megadrive but otherwise have little interest in basketball. But this was a brilliant documentary. The best documentaries should appeal to people who have no/little interest or knowledge in the subject and this was definitely that.
  7. I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together
  8. I want it now. I want it now. Not the promises of what tomorrow brings. I need to live in dreams today. My blood brother is an immigrant. A beautiful immigrant. My blood brother's Freddie Mercury. A Nigerian mother of three. He's made of bones, he's made of blood. He's made of flesh, he's made of love. He's made of you, he's made of me. Unity.
  9. Oh, is this the way they say the future's meant to feel? Or just twenty thousand people standing in a field? Walk in silence. Don't walk away, in silence. See the danger. Always danger. A heart that's full up like a landfill. A job that slowly kills you. Bruises that won't heal. You look so tired, unhappy. Bring down the government. They don't, they don't speak for us. I'll take a quiet life. A handshake of carbon monoxide. Punk ain't no religious cult. Punk means thinking for yourself. You ain't hardcore 'cause you spike your hair. When a jock still lives inside your head.
  10. That was a great interview, well done lads. I've heard the stories about Lita over the years, but he came across well in that interview. I assume he's done a lot of growing up over the years.
  11. Worst thing ever on a football pitch was me. I am an appalling player. I remember playing school football for Highcroft away at Charfield when I was 9 or 10 years old. I came on as a sub and had the delusion that I could do a good job. The first time I touched the ball was to pick it up to take a throw in. Except it wasn't a thrown in, the ball was still in play and I had done such an obvious handball that even Maradona would blush. Still, easy mistake to make, right? The next touch was when I was running up the left wing. The ball came over to me and I went for goal. Dreams of the amazing goal I was about to score were running through my brain. But the ball didn't go towards the goal, it flew away to the right, just in front of a teammate and ended up going for a throw in on the far side. The only way it could have been further from goal would have been if I had hit it behind me. For some reason the coach and my teammates thought I had crossed it and as it went near a teammate, they congratulated me on a great cross. I didn't correct them. And that was my total contribution to that game. It remains my best ever performance.
  12. Sounds like they were filming a new series of Trigger Happy TV.
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