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Mooooooooooooooooove!
at 16:32 2 Jun 2020

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First Away Game
at 16:28 2 Jun 2020

I can remember two things about that game. Tiny Paul Parker winning every header for them, and Concorde flying over.
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First Away Game
at 16:26 2 Jun 2020

My memory says it was Gregory and Sealy. First and only time I went to an away game with my Dad. He didn't have a lot of interest in football, and he didn't much care for policemen either so he never went again. I can only think my Mum forced him into some male bonding. We were sat on the top tier of the East Stand there. Barely a quarter full. Some Rangers fans couldn't contain their glee any longer and a few locals turned round and started climbing the seats to get at them, but they seemed to run out of puff and lose interest long before they got there.
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First Away Game
at 15:08 2 Jun 2020

Usual carry-on...Reject, Judas, Bannister's better than Allen, he claimed afterwards he was just showing us how many goals he'd scored. By then everyone had forgotten about him and were getting stuck into Mullery!
Come to think of it, there might have been something about him describing it as a dream come true, I think he was supposed to be a Spurs fan. They were a great side then, Hoddle, Falco, Galvin, Hazard, Perryman, Hughton, Roberts..
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First Away Game
at 14:52 2 Jun 2020

If it was the 5-0 when Clive Allen stuck the Vs up at us after his second goal, I can understand why you blanked the result. I hope you went to the next game...5-5. Good old Alan Mullery, never a dull moment.
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First Away Game
at 13:36 2 Jun 2020

Mine was the Bob Hazell 2-1 away at West Ham in early 1980 (15 at the time), discussed on here a couple of weeks ago. Me and three friends from school. Never been so terrified, absolutely hooked.
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Your best and worst buys in lockdown
at 11:59 2 Jun 2020

Where do you get weird BBQ meshes? What shapes?
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Your best and worst buys in lockdown
at 11:48 2 Jun 2020

Szaznegyven! (As I'm sure you said).
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Phobias....if any, what is your phobia.
at 16:18 1 Jun 2020

I considered myself mildly claustrophobic until I had to have an MRI a few years ago. I lasted about 30 seconds, though I was able to get through another more recently. I've heard you can have them standing up (you are lowered into it feet first), which strangely sounds like it wouldn't be so bad.
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Your best and worst buys in lockdown
at 15:37 31 May 2020

I bought BT Whole Home to try to fix my terrible home WiFi. Wireline boosters hadn’t worked as the router was on a separate ring to the rest of the house. Three disks, you plug the first into the router, which connects to the other two wirelessly for rebroadcast around the house. Not cheap - £180 the set - but I installed them in five minutes and they work like a dream. The first thing I did to impress my kids since about 2012.
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Mooooooooooooooooove!
at 10:47 31 May 2020

Just seen the highlights, the imbalance of attack was extraordinary.
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Mooooooooooooooooove!
at 09:37 31 May 2020

Could be a long night for the Doggies.
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Mooooooooooooooooove!
at 15:22 30 May 2020

Likewise with Hodgson, I didn’t see anything in his play in England that suggested he would shine in Australia. Fair play to Ricky Stuart and his team, good judges.
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QPR V Chelsea 73/74
at 13:33 30 May 2020

How many of you were wearing mustard tank tops?
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Phobias....if any, what is your phobia.
at 12:57 30 May 2020

I was terrible with heights as a kid. I sometimes had to walk across a footbridge over Neasden underpass, it used to have me gibbering.

My youngest has trypophobia, the fear of patterns of small holes. Looking at barnacles on piers or rocks at the seaside had her in tears.
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Mooooooooooooooooove!
at 12:49 30 May 2020

Another thriller. Great stuff from the English lads. Never seen so many errors from a Melbourne team.
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Mooooooooooooooooove!
at 16:00 29 May 2020

Roosters game don't usually involve any crowd noise, so it's a yes from me.

I've got to add, I think the refs have been really good so far.
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Musicals
at 15:27 29 May 2020

Completely forgot the only musicals I ever happily paid to see:
The Book of Mormon
The Producers
Both fantastic. Neither in schools yet, unfortunately.
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Mooooooooooooooooove!
at 12:55 29 May 2020

They certainly didn't get as much out of Cook, Reynolds and Mitchell what the Roosters got out of Tedesco, Keary and Friend, but I thought the effort level was good throughout. Just a bit slower everywhere.

Storm - Raiders tomorrow, another treat.
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Mooooooooooooooooove!
at 12:13 29 May 2020

Two quick tries caused by the tackler going for the ball NFL-style rather than the legs.
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