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Bore Bore Bor's Tuesday Weekly Cryptic Riddle #3

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Well well well.  Inner circleites need not apply.  Which former City player is this?

He signed from a club which played the game every which way but loose, and this player made one full appearance for the Canaries before returning north of the border to successfully fetch water.  He later returned south to a bomb site but got the blues until a royal opportunity came calling, though this sadly ended in relegation.  Ended up with a bad case of gas.

 

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Well well well.  Inner circleites need not apply.  Which former City player is this?

He signed from a club which played the game every which way but loose, and this player made one full appearance for the Canaries before returning north of the border to successfully fetch water.  He later returned south to a bomb site but got the blues until a royal opportunity came calling, though this sadly ended in relegation.  Ended up with a bad case of gas.

 

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Hmmm. Sounds[:D][;)][:D] Scottish....

 

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[quote user="PurpleCanary"][quote user="Bore Bore Bor"]

Well well well.  Inner circleites need not apply.  Which former City player is this?

He signed from a club which played the game every which way but loose, and this player made one full appearance for the Canaries before returning north of the border to successfully fetch water.  He later returned south to a bomb site but got the blues until a royal opportunity came calling, though this sadly ended in relegation.  Ended up with a bad case of gas.

 

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Hmmm. Sounds[:D][;)][:D] Scottish....

 

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Scottish goalkeeper?? [{] Who''d have thought it....

 

Last seen at Wembley in 2010[^o)]

 

 

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[quote user="PurpleCanary"][quote user="Bore Bore Bor"]

Well well well.  Inner circleites need not apply.  Which former City player is this?

He signed from a club which played the game every which way but loose, and this player made one full appearance for the Canaries before returning north of the border to successfully fetch water.  He later returned south to a bomb site but got the blues until a royal opportunity came calling, though this sadly ended in relegation.  Ended up with a bad case of gas.

 

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Hmmm. Sounds[:D][;)][:D] Scottish....

 

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Which is to say, Scott Howie. Scottish by name etc.


As a follow-up question, what is the connection between a world record sporting attendance in 1954 of just over 100,000 and a Norwich City promotion some decades later?

 

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[quote user="PurpleCanary"][quote user="PurpleCanary"][quote user="Bore Bore Bor"]

Well well well.  Inner circleites need not apply.  Which former City player is this?

He signed from a club which played the game every which way but loose, and this player made one full appearance for the Canaries before returning north of the border to successfully fetch water.  He later returned south to a bomb site but got the blues until a royal opportunity came calling, though this sadly ended in relegation.  Ended up with a bad case of gas.

 

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Hmmm. Sounds[:D][;)][:D] Scottish....

 

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Which is to say, Scott Howie. Scottish by name etc.


As a follow-up question, what is the connection between a world record sporting attendance in 1954 of just over 100,000 and a Norwich City promotion some decades later?

 

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Odsal??

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[quote user="PurpleCanary"][quote user="PurpleCanary"][quote user="Bore Bore Bor"]

Well well well.  Inner circleites need not apply.  Which former City player is this?

He signed from a club which played the game every which way but loose, and this player made one full appearance for the Canaries before returning north of the border to successfully fetch water.  He later returned south to a bomb site but got the blues until a royal opportunity came calling, though this sadly ended in relegation.  Ended up with a bad case of gas.

 

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Hmmm. Sounds[:D][;)][:D] Scottish....

 

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Which is to say, Scott Howie. Scottish by name etc.


As a follow-up question, what is the connection between a world record sporting attendance in 1954 of just over 100,000 and a Norwich City promotion some decades later?

 

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Very impressive, and congratulations as you are this week''s winner.

I think the answer you are looking for is "Cody Macdonald".

 

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[quote user="Bore Bore Bor"][quote user="PurpleCanary"][quote user="PurpleCanary"][quote user="Bore Bore Bor"]

Well well well.  Inner circleites need not apply.  Which former City player is this?

He signed from a club which played the game every which way but loose, and this player made one full appearance for the Canaries before returning north of the border to successfully fetch water.  He later returned south to a bomb site but got the blues until a royal opportunity came calling, though this sadly ended in relegation.  Ended up with a bad case of gas.

 

[/quote]

 

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Hmmm. Sounds[:D][;)][:D] Scottish....

 

[/quote]

 

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Which is to say, Scott Howie. Scottish by name etc.


As a follow-up question, what is the connection between a world record sporting attendance in 1954 of just over 100,000 and a Norwich City promotion some decades later?

 

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Very impressive, and congratulations as you are this week''s winner.

I think the answer you are looking for is "Cody Macdonald".

 

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Whatever the question, Cody Macdonald is not the answer! I think you''re confusing me with Another Poster...

 

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