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cider head

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  1. You could flip it around and say all seater stadiums have not quashed flashes of disorder in stadiums and we have had just seats for a few decades.
  2. See what it looks like with reverse colours for red home shirts and white logo as this would stand out on a white away shirt.
  3. Use what we have on the white and black away kit, anything other than a robin sucks
  4. Concorde is as much french as it is British (south Gloucestershire) Concorde 001 (built in France) made its first test flight on March 2nd 1969. Concorde 002 (built in the UK) first flew on April 9th 1969. The first commercial flights of Concorde took place on January 21st 1976. British Airways flew their Concorde from Heathrow Airport to Bahrain, and Air France flew from Paris to Rio. British Airways Concorde flights from London to New York and back used the flight numbers BA001 to BA004. Since the retirement of Concorde, these flight numbers are no longer used.
  5. Keep it simple as the crest has too many colours and gets fussy and hard to pick out when put on various backgrounds.. Robin version...
  6. It’s not been a “”CLUB””” for a while now and some did warn of it.
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