Ex players as ambassadors

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  1. JGL07

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    That must be wrong. He would probably have come in as the dessert course was being served.
     
  2. NZBlue

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    ...then just enough time for him to get to the studio to present motd.
     
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  3. Hammo99

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    ha!
     
  4. daveyboybluemoon

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    I guess it depends on how much they do. Brightwell, Edgy etc... seem to just do match day stuff in the main, where as Dickov seems to go all round the world spreading the word.
     
  5. SebastianBlue

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    FFS Petrov, stop dancing about with Kun and pass!

     
  6. Mad Eyed Screamer

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    So you are Barry Conlon and seeking extra work at the weekend?
     
  7. Mad Eyed Screamer

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    Free ticket to the game and beer / scran in the lounges.
     
  8. In the land of Barcodes

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    I used to play football in the early 80's - 82, I think,as a young 15 year old before I joined the Army for ICI Blackley and then the Victoria in Middleton Junction (I was half decent but could mainly run and run) His brother Paul used to play with us as captain, big, bad centre half. The team was looked after by Charlie the postman, whose son Steve used to play too. I also used to drink in a pub at the bottom of Langley Lane after I turned 18 obviously, (can't remember its name) where Tommy would come in and have a few quiet pints - or try to as we used to get him talking about City. Completely class man & gentleman,
     
  9. Stretch

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    82 was a bit before my pub going time pal :) It might of been Paul, if he was a big lad with a tache then very possibly. I only played for the Ye Golden because my mates dad had it. I was a Moston kid and did most of my drinking in the Ben and the Museum.
     
  10. Stretch

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    What, and no cash?
     

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