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  1. The most number of milk bottles I've ever known in one place. Bad medicine that day.
  2. Although I'm old and rickety, I'm blessed that I was able to watch The Cheese playing for BCFC. Man was awesome, just had his career ended too soon. I'm convinced that he'd have been a full England regular if he hadn't got crocked. As someone else said, an improvement on Paul Mariner at that time. It was nice to be in the Lansdown lounge hearing him speak a couple of seasons back at the Hull (5-5) game. Legend, and a status that was well earned. Looking at the attachment, the geezer drove a Cortina 1600E. The stuff that dreams are made of, eh!
  3. I used an old hand-operated calculator/abacus when I was working at Barclays Bank in the early 70's. We went digital when this little beauty came out, mind.
  4. Crikey, was it really that long ago? What a day, the driest part of me was my tongue!
  5. So, do we think that we may have seen the last of kissing and hugging a goal scorer? Whilst it was just a brief handshake and a congratulatory drag on the Manager's fag back in my day, I can't wait to see the newly developed goal celebrations involving a discreet elbow bump when things get started again. Maybe our coaching team are getting the lads to practice 'safe' celebrations during these troubled times. To be fair, I only ventured over the halfway line a couple of times in my illustrious career so I had to supply my own ciggies. Ten Number 6's tucked into my undies used to last me the full 90 minutes during the Stroud & District League Div.6 days, mind.
  6. Not kicked off yet.........but I'll take a point all day!
  7. You've outdone your own sterling standards of malarkey there, @Bristol Rob - High regards to you, sir. Pop out and have a celebratory ciggie. If City score a goal whilst you're out there.......I'll eat my hat.
  8. Absolutely loved his Dad when I used to watch him in the late 60's, but his lad is not really my cup of tea, I'm afraid. However, I was on an episode of the BBC's 'Make Me A Dealer' last year...............I need a reality TV icon category that falls below Z-List though. I'll await BCFC contacting me to give a talk about British sterling silver antiques 1745 - 1910 before a match.
  9. I actually won the *******'s Bank staff South West Region 3000m steeplechase chase title back in the 70's at a track in Bournemouth. I wasn't particularly good at it, or even keen on steeplechase but I had heavily indulged in an illegally exotic breakfast prior to the race and absolutely bloody smashed it! Wrong, wrong, so wrong.........but hilarious at the time, mind!
  10. I look forward to an @BigTone potted summary of this whole saga. I might have a slim chance of understanding what it's all about, then.........
  11. My mate in Lanzarote is a huge Wendy. Flies back to the UK every few weeks to take in a game or two. He's not seen them win 'live' this season at all! He screens all Wendy games in his bar. Nice place but gets full of Northerners! (Says the bloke who was born in Manchester!!!)
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