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  1. http://oatcakefanzine.proboards.com/thread/258940/jex-moxey?page=1
  2. Stoke are being linked with a move for Redmond has they were the last time we were relegated.Would anyone accept a Walters+Crouch + Cash for Redmond.I''m sure Walters and Crouch would get the goals to get us up.I know Alex has said we''ve got a aging team and Walters + Crouch would only add to that .
  3. If you want something more exotic There''s The Hem Heath pub on Stanley Mathews way 20 mins walk Postcard ST4 8HP Us locals will be in there from 5ish Send this member an email Report Reply Quote
  4. If you want something more exotic There''s The Hem Heath pub on Stanley Mathews way 20 mins walk Postcard ST4 8HP Us locals will be in there from 5ish
  5. Anyone else traveling by car and not booked any parking follow signs too Michelin/Campbell Road 15/20 minutes walk to the ground over the A500 ,past the incinerator,over the canal brings you to the Britannia stadium. OTBC
  6. Us Stoke on Trent Norwich fans gutted it''s a midweek game .Hopefully still get a half decent turnout.
  7. Are we talking about The Paul Lambert who walked out on us ?? Did a great job when he was here,but should have stayed for longer.Walking out blackened all he did.
  8. EVERTON STAR STEVEN NAISMITH PAYS FOR HUNDREDS OF CHRISTMAS LUNCHES FOR HOMELESS PEOPLE NEWS ANDREW BURNS DEC 9, 2015 SHARE ON PRINTSHARE ON EMAILSHARE ON STUMBLEUPONSHARE ON TWITTERMORE SHARING SERVICES "It is both humbling and inspiring in equal measure to help those in desperate need." Steven Naismith has once again sponsored Christmas lunches for homeless people in Glasgow and Liverpool. The Everton and Scotland star was today at the Glasgow charity Loaves and Fishes, an organisation that helps the city’s homeless and also operates as food bank. “I am privileged to have the opportunity to once again support the great work that Denis [Curran, chairmain of Loaves and Fishes] and his team of helpers do for people in need in Glasgow, giving them a hot meal, clothes, food parcels and probably most importantly, a warm welcome from people who care," Naismith said. “Denis, his wife Cathy, and their volunteers do so much work to help those in desperate need. It is both humbling and inspiring in equal measure. Over the years, I have had the opportunity to speak to the people who come to Loaves and Fishes. Many of their stories make difficult listening, because of the severity of hardship they have endured. Is Steven Naismith Britain''s kindest footballer? The Everton star talks football, charity - and befriending Sir Jackie Stewart "This is something I look forward to every year. It''s the start of Christmas for me. It''s brilliant to come and get a banter with some great characters - they tell it is how it is, some saying I''m a good footballer and others that think the opposite - and I''m happy that I can help. "It''s a very small gesture for me but I''m always told how much it means to them." Naismith first started paying for the Christmas meals when he was at Glasgow Rangers. Fast-forward five years and Naismith still supports Loaves and Fishes, and has expanded this support to his adopted city - he moved to Everton in 2012 - at Liverpool’s Whitechapel Centre, for the past three years. “We really appreciate Steven’s continued support and compassion," said Loaves and Fishes chairman Curran. "Apart from the money he has donated, the awareness he creates is priceless. The calls and donations we receive following these events are fantastic. “Steven is a very special young man. The fact that he is not only continuing his support of Loaves and Fishes, but also building upon it by doing the same for the Whitechapel Centre in Liverpool says much about the type of man he is. “Since he started helping us, Steven and his wife Moya now have a young family of their own with a two-year-old daughter and a new arrival early next year and yet he still finds time to show care and compassion for others living a very different life to his own.” Be good news for Norfolks homeless if he signs as well !! Great gesture.
  9. [quote user="Prince of Darkness "]Still think signing a striker who could actually score would be a better option but hell what do I know![/quote] if there was a striker available who guarantees goals would we be able to afford him and would they come ?? Any signing is a risk.
  10. Looking at options in January according to BBC Sport.Said it was the Everton manager who didn''t want it to happen when we were in for him earlier in the season.Think he would do us a job if we got him in January.
  11. Are you on the waiting list for returns ?? They have ringing round today with tickets.
  12. Norwich''s number for Monday''s F.A. Cup draw,you never know it might be the start !!
  13. Norwich to bid 11 million in January according to the London-based Evening Standard
  14. Hate international breaks,especially friendly ones !!!
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