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  1. freezer

    Vindaloo

    Yes! What a classic. My favourite. Thanks for posting. .
  2. freezer

    Meeting footballers in unexpected places.

    Met Bobby Moore in St Jean De Luz, 1982. We were staying there before travelling to Bilbao for the England games. One day him and his missus just wandered down the street, we had a quick chat. He, and his missus were sound. What a privilege.
  3. freezer

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Thanks for asking. A special memory I'd love to share. I was sat in a friends car, travelling from Bristol to Bath, with me missus and 3 other friends, for a slap up meal to celebrate a birthday. As the games wore on I apologised to my fellow passengers, that something very special could be happening and that i had to stay in the car listening to Radio Bristol and said to them to carry on to the restaurant and I'd follow later. Well, fair play to them all, they phoned the restaurant, said that we would be slightly late and waited by the car so I could soak it up. And then it happened! They were somewhat perplexed at my euphoric behaviour but fed off of my positive vibes. Oh, and the fact I also had a seemingly dead bet on the blue few getting relegated that came in to the tune of £150 was the icing on the cake. Blew the lot on fizz and cocktails for me and my friends. Yes, thanks for asking. A very special day.
  4. freezer

    FAO Dolly

    Just a reminder of the opening post. Although that now seems a long forgotten subject. It's amazing how threads can go off track and become something else. It does however bring back certain memories. Anyway, back to more tales of past carnage and derring-do. ............
  5. Jonathan Pearce even.
  6. freezer

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Apparently, those that didn't camouflage themselves as light blue chairs were all told to sit together. That's why you can't see the missing fans. ps if you zoom in you can see traces of dribble by the "empty" seats.
  7. freezer

    Fulham v Sunderland

    It's a funny 'ol game football
  8. freezer

    Bobby Reid the 'Wind up toy' (Merged)

    Great article. Sure that wasn't copied from The Bristol Post?!
  9. freezer

    RYAN KENT?

    Oh come on, that's a bit harsh on most 12yr olds.
  10. How's about the Bristol Babbers or Bristol Bottlers?
  11. freezer

    final table 5th to 11th

    IF we can win 3 on the spin, don't forget about Brentford. Their remaining fixtures are all winable and they have timed their run on the inside rail to perfection.
  12. freezer

    Roovers Supporter on BBC 1

    I couldn't believe my ears last week when late one night I was watching BBC 1. A programme finished and the link/voice man was heard to say......"and next up is A Question Of Sport, unless there are many questions on golf or Bristol Rovers I won't do very well". Now imagine my shock at hearing that fricking name mentioned on national tv by the intro guy, as I was having a rare relaxing evening, with full control of the remotes as the wife had already gone to bed. I almost dropped me Kleenex! What was even more alarming was that this chap sounded quite normal. No accent of any note, no speech defects, in fact, he sounded......normal. Methinks it was a Gert Ted on a wind up.
  13. freezer

    Blades v Lions

    If we lose the next four it is babber
  14. freezer

    Blades v Lions

    Tricky one this. I suppose a draw is favourite for us. Millwall are on good form though so I fancy them to win. Either way, it's all in our hands. A few sent off for each team might help though. Bring on The Battle of Brammall Lane.
  15. Thanks for that Peg. I have a vision......City will win today 1 nil. The goal will be scored by a man....or wo man.
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