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Best City Alliterative XI


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2 hours ago, Oh Louie louie said:

Tommy hutchinson, Bobby hutchinson.

I havent got a clue what alliterative means if im honest hope im withing the rules too.

I think tommy hutchinson worked with the kids under wilson.

He loved a fried breakfast in local cafes.

 You're not. 

It's meant to be the same letter for reach initial of one person's name. 

Joe Jordan, Mark McCammon, Colin Cramb... etc.

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The two times we have been promoted from the second tier we have had two alliterative players in the teams: Archie Annan and William Wedlock in 1906 and Trevor Tainton and Gerry Gow in 1976.

Great that in this window we've acquired Sammie Szmodics but on the negative side we've let Frankie Fielding go, so back down to one.

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41 minutes ago, Colemanballs said:

Actually, alliteration is dependent on the sounds rather than the letters so, for example, Keith Curle is alliterative whereas Gerry Gow is not. 

You are, of course, quite right which means that Gerry Gow is out of the alliterative XI and Keith Curle and Jackie Dziekanovski (or however it is spelled) are in.

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1 hour ago, handsofclay said:

The two times we have been promoted from the second tier we have had two alliterative players in the teams: Archie Annan and William Wedlock in 1906 and Trevor Tainton and Gerry Gow in 1976.

Great that in this window we've acquired Sammie Szmodics but on the negative side we've let Frankie Fielding go, so back down to one.

Best get Albert back then.

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