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  1. Yes, quite right Drew. Was trying to remember if my pay went to 12/6d or 15/- and got the two mixed up. As my school reports alluded to back 60 odd years " must try harder".
  2. Didn't really associate him with Bobby Charlton as they both probably had more hair all them years ago and BC was not so high profile then.
  3. Is that a Cornish pasty or a Devon pasty. Ginsters just over the border in Cornwall.
  4. OK I will fall for it. Noooo you can't spread jam on cream it's got to be the other way around.
  5. Watched a TV programme about 12 years ago on this very subject. After doing the comparisons on a average goalkeepers heights they enlarged the goals pro rata. They were huge. They then played games on the newly sized goals and it wasn't until the second halves that the players adjusted to this and then the shots started raining in and the goals scored increased significantly.
  6. I helped out at Broad Plain House Youth Club and each year we had a "Club Supper'" a sort of posh do for us Knowle West kids. TC was guest of honour one year and gave a brilliant inspirational speech about how he started in the local coal mine and through true grit and determination became a pro footballer and an international. And I can tell you it was inspirational. He then answered kids questions and didn't leave until 11 o clock that night even with a game next day A truly inspirational man. How many times did I use the word "inspirational" sums the guy up!
  7. My opinion at the time was that it was impossible to miss by that much unintentionally!
  8. Was first to score a European goal at Highbury in a home leg European Inter Cities Fair Cup match in 1963. Great player, loved to see him flying down the wing. RIP and condolences to family and friends.
  9. Going back a bit I know but last trip to Wembley we paid £17 included parked at ground, free raffle, snacks and sweets for the kids pick up around North Somerset. I believe the club charged in the region of £30.
  10. Did one of these on a Saturday, next day on a Sunday and a full 90 minutes on Monday evening after a days work. Next day was stiffer than when I did Ben Nevis up and back.
  11. JBCF, I was not criticising. "Whoever" just pointing out to a response to my previous post that if we could improve our lack of movement at throw ins or show a bit more inventiveness with free kicks we might gain those extra couple of points we would all like. If the HC is looking for that minimal improvement through fine margins then I'm surprised he hasn't looked into this aspect of our play.
  12. Small margins, now who keeps spouting about these?
  13. JDS was ball watching and did not track the man next to free kick taker who received the second pass and drilled it to the near post. Very lax as he was not stood next to the free kick taker as a decoration.
  14. Do not forget brother Pete
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