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Dave L

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  1. Not guilty your honour. I did run a fans tribute to Brian Tinnion in the Dolman around that time which you may be confusing it with. That was a fun night. Tins reenacting his Liverpool goal using members of the audience and Geoff Twentyman as The Kop.
  2. An excellent appointment. I know Richard from his work at City and at Somerset. He has a proven track record, and understands the club and the fan base.
  3. I nearly did watching that rubbish yesterday
  4. Sort me out some nice fillet steak and I'll be happy
  5. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Most-Unwelcome-Connection-changed-Colin-ebook/dp/B08M4CRDHR/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1LJ3TYCDDEDR0&dchild=1&keywords=a+most+unwelcome+connection&qid=1605190703&sprefix=a+most+unwelcome+connection%2Caps%2C146&sr=8-1
  6. A fair few. My favourites were a firm of solicitors called Coles, Carey and Hill, and a company called Golborne and Carey who had premises on Ashton Rd.
  7. We actually played that for the first time when we lost 6 nil to Cardiff. It came on as the ground was almost empty and everyone seemed to find it quite amusing. Unfortunately when we tried it again after that relegation game, Tim put it on immediately after the game finished, when SOD and the players were still pitchside. They were underwhelmed to say the least . There were repercussions!
  8. Respect to Tim, who made some great contributions to the pre match music mix, but all of those were actually my picks. I used to love coming up with relevant music choices, some of which were more popular than others.
  9. That recent Cardiff game was abysmal, but one of the worst home performances I can remember was a 4-2 defeat to Chesterfield during GJ's post hand grenade period. The only time I have ever left a football match before the end http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/eng_div_2/4431088.stm
  10. I once had a review as a young actor that said 'David Lloyd sounded eerily like Eric Sykes but was nowhere near as funny.' Fair comment really.
  11. As I say at the start of the podcast I didn't know whether to open a vein or a bottle of red after that performance. I opted for the wine. Enjoyed the chat though.
  12. That was Keith Draisey. Keith received a request from West Ham asking if they could bring their bubble machine. He said he would check and get back to them. He raised it at a pre match planning meeting. Myself, Adam and several others thought it was a very bad idea. Keith got back to WHU and told them no. Not quite sure how the Sun got involved, but I do seem to remember that a simple operational decision turned into a massive OTIB meltdown conspiracy theory.
  13. I don't think I have ever read a more accurate summary of how this place works.
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