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  1. First game after my birth in Jan 1948 we got beat 6 -1 by guess who. Yes, Swansea Town.
  2. Yes, that's the one Harry.
  3. Yes, would agree with that especially in the early 60s. Who was our centre half who got nutted in the tunnel going off at half time and a broadcast went out requesting any dentist in the crowd to get in contact. He didn't appear for the second half and who was the culprit.
  4. From Facebook's Steve Sutors Old Photos of Football. Even our old friends from North Bristol appear again in a different guide.
  5. Played for a Knowle West pub "reserve" Sunday side against a pub team from P St J in a Somerset Junior Cup tie and beat them at home. Protest went in that we played ineligible "senior" players who played for Keynsham Town. One was mistaken identity the other did play for Keynsham but only played in our reserve side so we considered him " junior" as first team was in the Senior League. As it was interpretation of wording of rules the Somerset Committee decided best to replay at P St J. To say it was a bit of a grudge match was an understatement and both sets of supporters were well up for it o
  6. Played for a Knowle West pub "reserve" Sunday side against a pub team from P St J in a Somerset Junior Cup tie and beat them at home. Protest went in that we played ineligible "senior" players who played for Keynsham Town. One was mistaken identity the other did play for Keynsham but only played in our reserve side so we considered him " junior" as first team was in the Senior League. As it was interpretation of wording of rules the Somerset Committee decided best to replay at P St J. To say it was a bit of a grudge match was an understatement and both sets of supporters were well up for it o
  7. Surely that should be ' that'll learn him' ".
  8. All refunds are being processed for October home games. Please allow 3-5 working days for these to appear in your account. This was the response I got today to my email where I enquired as to when I would receive my Boro refund from Supporter Services. Not very clear, when will I get my refund, has it been processed, if I don't know which date it was processed when will the 3-5 working days be from. I responded by asking to please elaborate.
  9. Entirely agree CC. If a pass or rolled ball out to a defender breaks the line and gives an advantage you have take advantage quickly and capitalise on the free space behind. If the initial ball from GK to defender does not bypass the press there needs to be plenty of movement in front to create the next forward pass to retain possession and progress. These scenarios should be practised drills of inter passing with players knowing where to position themselves to receive the ball or to draw pressing opposition players.
  10. I believe originally it was stated that refunds would be debited back to the card that had been used for payment between Monday and Thursday prior to the Saturday game. No idea what happens to mid week games. First game I thought I had been short changed then came across a refund on a card that I forgot I had used. Doh.
  11. After Tommie's death I heard his wife on the radio telling a story that when she visited a shop in Morocco, selling fezes, that when the proprietor realised she was English, and unbeknown to him, he asked why when English people tried on a fez they always flick their hands out and say " just like that ".
  12. I was versatile. From schooldays in the 50s I was a wing half, then when the 70s arrived and "sweepers" became the vogue I was ideally suited as I could "read a game", was only 5ft 7ins tall and had deceptive pace i.e. I looked a lot quicker than I actually was. Eventually moved to full back where my reading of the game had to be at it's best as the flying wingers somehow became faster and as I played into my 50s I have to admit I was no angel.
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