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  1. Alex Moss

    Sinani signed

    Can’t remember the quote exactly but if you read Sinani’s quotes on the Pink’un page, he let’s slip about departures. I know we’re going to lose a few if we go down especially, but I remember reading it as it looks like quite a few exits are done deals
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    Sinani signed

    This is an excellent point. So before even taking a mini pre season into account, it would only be right that all players that have had zero contact other than online etc should be able to see their loved ones when all of this is (hopefully) done, before they even start thinking about kicking a football.
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    Sinani signed

    Yeah, I hear you mate, it’s very confusing - which doesn’t take much, trust me ha ha A lot more talk yesterday that the EPL will leave no stone unturned in their pursuit to finish the season, ‘whatever it takes’ appears to be the mantra. Will be pleased with this if/once we get official confirmation. At the end of the day, regardless it’s the Luxembourg premier league, it’s clear he certainly has something about him, excited about this one as I was Buendiá who surprisingly came in under the radar I felt (different type of player I know).
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    Sinani signed

    Interesting, and I presume if this information is correct, then he will be able to play for us in the Premier League if the rearranged fixtures a.) happen, and b.) are played in the summer once his contract ends and he’s officially ours.
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    Small Claim To Fame.

    Which post are you referring to mate? One I can say, one I can’t or I’d probably be shot ha ha
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    National League null and void

    Given there are much lower attendances at the respective leagues which have been null and voided, there would be absolute uproar if the top tiers games can be concluded before the start of the season, yet theirs can’t (safe distancing). Personally, I think they’ve been the smaller sacrificial lamb just to test the waters and get a gauge of what sort of legal reaction they might receive, albeit on a relative larger level, if the top tiers have to follow suite.
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    Small Claim To Fame.

    A friend of mine who was in a band who won a Brit Award or 2 in the early 90’s said Jonathan King was (allegedly ) lurking around backstage at one of those shows in clothing that was of even a crime back in that era, desperately searching for Bolivian marching powder (not really any surprise for that industry TBF), and behaving in generally a very ‘noncey’ way. He knew Jonathan King was a complete wrong’un immediately and was expecting his name to come up in the whole Operation Yewtree thing, which of course it duly did.
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    Small Claim To Fame.

    You want to see them now, Purple ha ha. Jimmy SaVile was actually (briefly) on the same record label as my Dad’s band in the 1960’s, Decca Records.
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    Small Claim To Fame.

    Ah, thank you for that, Mello! Now that rings a bell, we talked about Dereham, Kings Lynn, Norwich, all sorts! I can’t for the devil in me remember exactly what was said but he mentioned something about Delia and Kings Lynn, but unfortunately I can’t remember the connecting story, I’m sure it had something to do with markets rather than football! Take care buddy
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    National League null and void

    I agree, it would be ever so harsh on Sheffield Utd and others, and I would also feel for them. I really like Chris Wilder, as this season progressed he showed himself to be a real salt of the earth bloke. But, here’s the MASSIVE silver lining in all of this... Leeds, oh my god, just the sheer thought of it is truly and utterly mouth watering!
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    National League null and void

    Thanks Dylan. Something tells me we will be playing Premier League football again next season.
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    Corona Virus main thread

    We know that there won’t be a vaccine available anytime soon due to the very nature of how long they take to trial, so at some point, countries will have to work together because it’s pointless opening up Heathrow and Gatwick etc if say we eradicate it but the USA is still in the thick of it. All our hard work would be undone and we would be back to square one. Donald Trump lives in absolute cloud cuckoo land where he thinks the good old ‘God bless America’ fighting spirit with high fives all around will eliminate it alone. With his attitude, the US is looking likely to be the first place it will eventually mutate into quite possibly something far more deadly than the current strain... and that’s not from a horror movie, it’s actually very conceivable. My friends and family out there are so terrified by Trump’s current revelations, so trust me, we should be very thankful for what we have here - I can only hope that somehow Trump contracts it and is ‘taken out’, I don’t care how brutal that sounds, but he cares for no one but himself and money, and it’s time he ‘went’ for the safety of the country’s innocent people.
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    Small Claim To Fame.

    Sorry Wacky, close but no cigar - Prince Andrew got his girlfriend in there when she was 2 weeks old
  15. Alex Moss

    Small Claim To Fame.

    Someone who mentioned Doctor Who just reminded me of the time I ended up going for a beer with someone from Only Fools And Horses. My friend, Anneke Wills, was in Doctor Who in the 60’s and she had many friends in the acting industry. She knew I loved OFAH, and she told me that she was good friends with Roger Lloyd-Pack (Trigger) and his wife, and I thought little more of it. A year or two later, I’m at home and playing my drums one sunny Dorset summers afternoon. By chance, I take my headphones off and at that moment I can hear someone knocking on my front door. I go downstairs open the front door, and there is Anneke. ‘Fancy a drink down the local?’ she said grinning as usual, and as I was going through quite a big Keith Moon and John Bonham phase, that was like a red rag to a bull ha ha. As I turn to start walking down the pub, she says ‘hang on!, there’s someone walking down the road that wants to meet you!’. As I turn around expecting to see the police, I can make out a tall chap walking down with a lady. My eyesight isn’t great at the best of times, but as they approach I suddenly realise it’s Trigger! I was a bit taken a back but managed to ‘play it cool, Trig’ and greeted him and his wife, and the 4 of us walked down into the pub. I won’t ever forget the look on some of the locals faces when we walked in there, Roger was obviously one of the most loved faces in TV history. Roger I quickly realised was a shy chap and only settled down once people respected his privacy and stopped asking for autographs. He was a lovely chap, a really genuinely nice and modest man, and we talked about all sorts of things over a few ales, and of course Only Fools And Horses. Him and his wife lived somewhere in either Norfolk or Suffolk but I can’t remember where it was, I think the Kings Lynn area, but he clearly loved living there and using the local market as much as possible, both him and his wife loved the quiet life away from the madness of showbiz. On our way back from the pub I offered a cup of tea at mine to relax after the madness, which was a bit surreal, and we all went in for a cuppa and further chat. I can remember putting the kettle on in the kitchen and pinching myself, thinking, WTF, f***ing Trigger is sat in my front room ha ha. Remembering I had every Only Fools And Horses DVD released, at the right moment, I gave him a copy and asked if he would sign it. I got more than I bargained for as he signed every single OFAH DVD I had. I was quite surprised at this as in the pub he’d politely refused autographs, not because he was up himself, far far from it, just I think he was too humble for that sort of thing, and was very shy when approached. Also he didn’t particularly warm to the ‘over the top’ landlord. Didn’t stop me asking though , but I got lucky. A really smashing chap, and it was a privilege to share his and his wife’s company for the afternoon, it was with great sadness that he died from cancer not so long after. RIP ‘Trig’, you definitely played it cool
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