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« Reply #100 on: August 20, 2021, 20:20:44 pm »

Anyway, back to tomorrow's game. I won't be there as I'm on holiday in South Wales. Quite confident of victory though.
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« Reply #101 on: August 20, 2021, 20:30:25 pm »

Me and Deepcut/Everbrite and Marquis,
once had a great laugh, in 1978.
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« Reply #102 on: August 20, 2021, 20:34:19 pm »

Me and Deepcut/Everbrite and Marquis,
once had a great laugh, in 1978.


Was that when the cobblers were relegated?

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« Reply #103 on: August 20, 2021, 20:52:50 pm »

Mine was tongue in cheek.

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« Reply #104 on: August 20, 2021, 21:17:34 pm »

Me and Deepcut/Everbrite and Marquis,
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« Reply #105 on: August 20, 2021, 22:27:44 pm »

Right, enough is enough!
Actually, on second thoughts, carry on...the thought of someone mentioning the chippy opposite Spotland, or worse, asking for the best place to park, or if the gravel carpark is or isn't open is too much for me!  Grin
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« Reply #106 on: August 20, 2021, 23:07:01 pm »

So back to the task at hand…

Dale have 3 that started their first game of the season out with a 4th just returned post COVID. The CM that’s been drafted into the starting 11 to cover is also out.

We’ve won 2/2.

They haven’t won yet at 3 attempts.

They played on Tuesday night.

We’ve had a week off.

All things point to another win right!? 
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« Reply #107 on: August 21, 2021, 05:19:10 am »

So back to the task at hand…

Dale have 3 that started their first game of the season out with a 4th just returned post COVID. The CM that’s been drafted into the starting 11 to cover is also out.

We’ve won 2/2.

They haven’t won yet at 3 attempts.

They played on Tuesday night.

We’ve had a week off.

All things point to another win right!? 

You are right. Everything points to a Cobblers win. So I will be betting on 1-3 Rochdale 😂🤣😂
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« Reply #108 on: August 21, 2021, 07:22:54 am »

I once had a few drinks with David Bernstein while chatting about his Man City days. He was a really nice guy and a proper football man. Stood his round too! Grin

Also met Ben Kay at a function (another nice bloke) and could have met Clive Woodward at another event but decided not to bother having heard him speak earlier in the day - the most obnoxious, egocentric speaker I've ever heard. I once met Phil Neal while in hospitality at Anfield and tried to strike up a conversation about the Cobblers but he was a miserable bugger!

On top of that I've seen Alex Ferguson at Euston Station, David Coulthard shopping at Bicester village, Robbie Williams and Sinitta shopping in Selfridges (not together) and Rickaaay from Eastenders p1ssing it up in Northampton (several times, actually)

Tenuously, I went to the same lower school as Alan Moore's daughter. I remember my mum saying he "drew cartoons or something"  Grin

Seeing Geoff Hurst mentioned, my mate has a good story about him. He used to work in sporting hospitality and had met Geoff Hurst on a number of occasions. As others have said, my mate confirms that while  he'll turn up to anything if he's paid to be there he's hardly the life and soul of the party when he's there. Suffice to say, my mate wasn't exactly keen to speak to him again, but saw him chatting to another footballing luminary of a lesser stature who my friend had never met (I honestly can't remember who he said it was). My mate wandered over, autograph book in hand and waited politely for the chance to ask for the other guy's autograph. Hurst clocked him standing there, tutted, rolled his eyes and snatched the autograph book from him, scrawling his name in it before thrusting it back to my mate without saying a word. When my friend didn't move, Hurst turned back to him and said "What?!" at which point my friend uttered the immortal line "Actually, I didn't want your autograph, I wanted his."

Geoff really wasn't amused but it seemed to make the other bloke's day!
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« Reply #109 on: August 21, 2021, 09:02:05 am »

I once had a few drinks with David Bernstein while chatting about his Man City days. He was a really nice guy and a proper football man. Stood his round too! Grin

Also met Ben Kay at a function (another nice bloke) and could have met Clive Woodward at another event but decided not to bother having heard him speak earlier in the day - the most obnoxious, egocentric speaker I've ever heard. I once met Phil Neal while in hospitality at Anfield and tried to strike up a conversation about the Cobblers but he was a miserable bugger!

On top of that I've seen Alex Ferguson at Euston Station, David Coulthard shopping at Bicester village, Robbie Williams and Sinitta shopping in Selfridges (not together) and Rickaaay from Eastenders p1ssing it up in Northampton (several times, actually)

Tenuously, I went to the same lower school as Alan Moore's daughter. I remember my mum saying he "drew cartoons or something"  Grin

Seeing Geoff Hurst mentioned, my mate has a good story about him. He used to work in sporting hospitality and had met Geoff Hurst on a number of occasions. As others have said, my mate confirms that while  he'll turn up to anything if he's paid to be there he's hardly the life and soul of the party when he's there. Suffice to say, my mate wasn't exactly keen to speak to him again, but saw him chatting to another footballing luminary of a lesser stature who my friend had never met (I honestly can't remember who he said it was). My mate wandered over, autograph book in hand and waited politely for the chance to ask for the other guy's autograph. Hurst clocked him standing there, tutted, rolled his eyes and snatched the autograph book from him, scrawling his name in it before thrusting it back to my mate without saying a word. When my friend didn't move, Hurst turned back to him and said "What?!" at which point my friend uttered the immortal line "Actually, I didn't want your autograph, I wanted his."

Geoff really wasn't amused but it seemed to make the other bloke's day!


Wow just wow!
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« Reply #110 on: August 21, 2021, 09:27:04 am »

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« Reply #111 on: August 21, 2021, 11:51:53 am »

As a lad, I had two heroes - Robin Hood and Pat Jennings. Not sure why, I've never bumped into the man in tights, but Pat Jennings ...

Around 20 years ago, I was lucky enough to be invited to a golf day set up to rasie money for Irish charities. Terry Wogan hosted it. Others attending included Ronnie Corbett and Jimmy Tarbuck. At the evening meal, I sat at my appointed place at a big round table and started chatting to theunfortunate individual on my left who'd been charged with looking after me. I sensed someone taking theirplace in theempty seat to my right. I turned slightly and noticed, resting on the table next to me, the hugest hairiest pair of hands I'd ever seen. Without lookig up I knew who it must be and nearly passed out.

Poor Pat. Such a lovely bloke, but painfully shy and was obviously desperate to be almost anywhere else than saitting ext to a gibbering, over-excited fan. This was around the time Sol Campbell was about to leave Spurs for Arsenal. As he'd made the same move years before, I started asking him about it, but he really wasn't keen to chat. As the drink kicked in, I behaved increasingly disgracefully and regaled him with a blow-by-blow account of the two games in the 65/66 season - we lost to Spurs 2-0 at home and drew 1-1 away. Oddly enough, he didn't recall the matches in quite same incsive detail that I was able to muster. I was also able to remnd him that in goal for Spurs in the away game, was Bill Brown, who a couple of seasons later enjoyed the great misfortune to play in gola for the Cobblers.

Pat Jennings - A lovely man. Somehow, I've a feeling he didn't feel the same way about me.
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« Reply #112 on: August 21, 2021, 12:33:22 pm »

Seen quite a few well know people over the years, mainly through work. Best well known football one was Joe Royale, spent 2 hours sat next to him on a plane coming back from Sweden, excellent person to talk football with.
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« Reply #113 on: August 21, 2021, 12:55:29 pm »

Seen quite a few well know people over the years, mainly through work. Best well known football one was Joe Royale, spent 2 hours sat next to him on a plane coming back from Sweden, excellent person to talk football with.

Joe Royale? Did he have fries with his burger?
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« Reply #114 on: August 21, 2021, 13:08:57 pm »

Glad to see that xunt Henderson no longer plays for them. Could see him spoiling a four game winning streak.
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« Reply #115 on: August 21, 2021, 13:25:38 pm »

I played cricket with Daren Bicknell and John Embury, bumped into the king of Bahrain(litterally), Ray Davies, Di a few times when she was younger and apparently some bloke from Eastenders so I was told.



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« Reply #116 on: August 21, 2021, 13:37:06 pm »

Another one I've just thought of - went on a jolly to White Hart Lane a few years ago to see Spurs play Everton. It was all a bit last minute and we ended up in reception trying to convince them to let us through without any credentials because we couldn't get hold of the guy that had invited us. We eventually blagged our way in and as we went through the door into the hospitality area we passed none other than Mick Mccarthy - who they were refusing to let in!!
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« Reply #117 on: August 21, 2021, 14:10:44 pm »

Cobblers: Roberts, McGowan, Nelson, Guthrie, Mills, McWilliams, Lewis, Hoskins, Pinnock, Kabamba, Etete.

Subs: Maxted, Koiki, Flores, Pollock, Connolly, Ashley-Seal, Rose #ntfc
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« Reply #118 on: August 21, 2021, 14:28:24 pm »

Hoskins starts over Connolly.
I know its early bit I was interested in what Connolly would offer in this league.

Impact sub it is ahaha
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« Reply #119 on: August 21, 2021, 14:38:25 pm »

Hoskins starts over Connolly.
I know its early bit I was interested in what Connolly would offer in this league.

Impact sub it is ahaha

I think this season it will be making the most of your opportunities, do well when you come on as sub, when replacing missing players or playing in cup competitions and you will be able to force your way into the starting line up.
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