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Hmmm - sure he's not getting confused with a moustache (growth of facial hair) which he seems to have had removed?

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On 23/07/2018 at 19:33, charon said:

Aye, not sure re Hagen (tho I mentioned him on the last page).

 

Gofundme page started last week, but at the suggestion of a poster on their most bigoted forum, to the owner of their most bigoted pub.

 

4 weans so may be for that.

 

Eta Negri had the permanent five o'clock shadow, but I hated him for being a hun more :lol:

 

 

Hagen update.

 

Go fund me has had the huns dig  deep for 3 grand, so a celeb night organised with Hately and co * diary commitments allowing * at the Louden for £20 a skull.

 

No real news apart from it is "advanced".

 

Get the vibe Fernando might outlast him.

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3 hours ago, Spade_Cooley said:

Walter Sabbatini, one of Italy's most storied directors of football, admitted to intensive care.

Sampdoria denies it and adfirms it was a routine check-up.

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Tipping up auld huns #673412

 

Not much about Eric Caldow since he went into an Ayrshire nursing home a couple of years ago with Alzheimer's.

 

Former Scotland captain and probably the best full back in Europe in the early 60's, and was at WC in 58.

 

A mate of his grandsons resorting to pm to answer a question about him on a forum gets my Spidey Senses tingling.....

 

That, along with a Mauchline nursing home, no cunto deserves that for long.

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Saw him play many times in the 1970's at Portman Rd. A big, effective centre back, Although as a Norwich City supporter I didn't always approve. Odd that a top player ends his days in a council bungalow.

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On 29/11/2017 at 18:56, Ulitzer95 said:

Thanks for the pointers everyone. Will add as I find more:

LIVING

1) Arthur Smith (b. May 1915) Bury, Leicester City
2) George Haigh (b. June 1915) Stockport County, Rochdale, Lancaster City
3) Colin Collindridge (b. Nov 1920) Rotherham United, Sheffield United, Nottingham Forest, Coventry City, Bath City
4) Tommy Best (b. Dec 1920) Chester, Cardiff City, QPR, Hereford United
5) Arthur Turner (b. Jan 1921) Charlton Athletic, Colchester United, Headington United
6) Dudley Kernick (b. Aug 1921) Torquay United, Northampton Town, Birmingham City
7) Alf Patrick (b. Sep 1921) York City, Scarborough
8) Ivor Broadis (b. Dec 1922) Carlisle, Sunderland, Man City, Newcastle, Queen of the South
9) Bobby Brown (b. Mar 1923) Queen's Park, Rangers, Falkirk
10) Reg Harrison (b. May 1923) Derby County, Boston United, Long Eaton United
11) Stan Clements (b. June 1923) Southampton
12) Bert Mozley (b. Sep 1923) Derby County
13) Roy Bentley (b. May 1924) Bristol City, Newcastle United, Chelsea, Fulham, QPR
14) John Ball (b. Mar 1925) Wigan Athletic, Man United, Bolton Wanderers
15) Ted Bennett (b. Aug 1925) Southall, QPR, Watford, Gravesend & Northfleet
16) Frank McCourt (b. Dec 1925) Bristol Rovers, Man City, Colchester United, Poole Town
17) Tony Collins (b. Mar 1926) Sheffield Wednesday, York City, Watford, Norwich City, Torquay United, Crystal Palace, Rochdale
18) Doug Cowie (b. May 1926) Dundee, Greenock Morton
19) Bill Holmes (b. Oct 1926) Wolverhampton Wanderers, Doncaster Rovers, Morecambe, Blackburn Rovers, Bradford City
20) Jock Aird (b. Dec 1926) Burnley
21) Alex Kiddie (b. Apr 1927) Celtic, Aberdeen, Falkirk, Dundee, Arbroath
22) Ted Burgin (b. Apr 1927) Sheffield United, Doncaster Rovers, Leeds United, Rochdale, Glossop North End
23) Bill Slater (b. Apr 1927) Blackpool, Brentford, Wolverhampton Wanderers
24) Gordon Astall (b. Sep 1927) Plymouth Argyle, Birmingham City, Torquay United
25) Frank O'Farrell (b. Oct 1927) West Ham United, Preston North End, Weymouth
26) Derek Saunders (b. Jan 1928) Chelsea
27) Tommy Docherty (b. Apr 1928) Celtic, Preston North End, Arsenal, Chelsea
28) Derek Ufton (b. May 1928) Charlton Athletic
29) Johnny Wheeler (b. July 1928) Tranmere Rovers, Bolton Wanderers, Liverpool, New Brighton
30) Ron Baynham (b. June 1929) Worcester City, Luton Town
31) Terry Robinson (b. Nov 1929) Brentford, Northampton Town, Hendon
32) Tommy Banks (b. Nov 1929) Bolton Wanderers, Altrincham, Bangor City
 

 

 

Tommy Best has died

 

https://www.herefordtimes.com/news/16883425.tommy-best-hereford-united-striker-dies/

 

 

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1 hour ago, Spade_Cooley said:

A new addition to the list of footballers with ALS: Stephen Darby, 29, former Bradford City captain.

 

Awful. Was saying for years on here the link between Athletes and MND. Seems intensive exercise is linked now with MND.

 

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2018/04/23/vigorous-exercise-linked-increased-risk-developing-motor-neurone/

 

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2 hours ago, the_engineer said:

 

Awful. Was saying for years on here the link between Athletes and MND. Seems intensive exercise is linked now with MND.

 

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2018/04/23/vigorous-exercise-linked-increased-risk-developing-motor-neurone/

 


WHOA!!!   Does that include intercourse?  Cuz if it does, Sir Creep is in......... no trouble at all.

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On 29/11/2017 at 23:56, Ulitzer95 said:

Thanks for the pointers everyone. Will add as I find more:

LIVING

1) Arthur Smith (b. May 1915) Bury, Leicester City
2) George Haigh (b. June 1915) Stockport County, Rochdale, Lancaster City
3) Colin Collindridge (b. Nov 1920) Rotherham United, Sheffield United, Nottingham Forest, Coventry City, Bath City
4) Tommy Best (b. Dec 1920) Chester, Cardiff City, QPR, Hereford United
5) Arthur Turner (b. Jan 1921) Charlton Athletic, Colchester United, Headington United
6) Dudley Kernick (b. Aug 1921) Torquay United, Northampton Town, Birmingham City
7) Alf Patrick (b. Sep 1921) York City, Scarborough
8) Ivor Broadis (b. Dec 1922) Carlisle, Sunderland, Man City, Newcastle, Queen of the South
9) Bobby Brown (b. Mar 1923) Queen's Park, Rangers, Falkirk
10) Reg Harrison (b. May 1923) Derby County, Boston United, Long Eaton United
11) Stan Clements (b. June 1923) Southampton
12) Bert Mozley (b. Sep 1923) Derby County
13) Roy Bentley (b. May 1924) Bristol City, Newcastle United, Chelsea, Fulham, QPR
14) John Ball (b. Mar 1925) Wigan Athletic, Man United, Bolton Wanderers
15) Ted Bennett (b. Aug 1925) Southall, QPR, Watford, Gravesend & Northfleet
16) Frank McCourt (b. Dec 1925) Bristol Rovers, Man City, Colchester United, Poole Town
17) Tony Collins (b. Mar 1926) Sheffield Wednesday, York City, Watford, Norwich City, Torquay United, Crystal Palace, Rochdale
18) Doug Cowie (b. May 1926) Dundee, Greenock Morton
19) Bill Holmes (b. Oct 1926) Wolverhampton Wanderers, Doncaster Rovers, Morecambe, Blackburn Rovers, Bradford City
20) Jock Aird (b. Dec 1926) Burnley
21) Alex Kiddie (b. Apr 1927) Celtic, Aberdeen, Falkirk, Dundee, Arbroath
22) Ted Burgin (b. Apr 1927) Sheffield United, Doncaster Rovers, Leeds United, Rochdale, Glossop North End
23) Bill Slater (b. Apr 1927) Blackpool, Brentford, Wolverhampton Wanderers
24) Gordon Astall (b. Sep 1927) Plymouth Argyle, Birmingham City, Torquay United
25) Frank O'Farrell (b. Oct 1927) West Ham United, Preston North End, Weymouth
26) Derek Saunders (b. Jan 1928) Chelsea
27) Tommy Docherty (b. Apr 1928) Celtic, Preston North End, Arsenal, Chelsea
28) Derek Ufton (b. May 1928) Charlton Athletic
29) Johnny Wheeler (b. July 1928) Tranmere Rovers, Bolton Wanderers, Liverpool, New Brighton
30) Ron Baynham (b. June 1929) Worcester City, Luton Town
31) Terry Robinson (b. Nov 1929) Brentford, Northampton Town, Hendon
32) Tommy Banks (b. Nov 1929) Bolton Wanderers, Altrincham, Bangor City

POSSIBLY LIVING

Thomas Anderson (b. 1916) Grimsby Town
John Beasley (b. 1916) Birmingham, Torquey United, Worcester City
Denis Lindsay (b. 1916) Huddersfield Town
Reg Pugh (b. July 1917) Cardiff City
John Easdale (b. Jan 1919) Liverpool, Stockport County
Graham Bailey (b. Mar 1920) Huddersfield Town, Sheffield United
Joe Johnson (b. Sep 1920) Rangers, Lincoln City, Workington, Elgin City
George Stewart (b. Oct 1920) Hamilton Academical, Brentford, QPR, Shrewsbury Town
Billy Nuttall (b. Dec 1920) Preston North End, Barrow
Tommy Sinclair (b. Oct 1921) Bolton Wanderers, Gainsborough Trinity, Aldershot, Brentford, Bradford City
Alan Smith (b. Oct 1921) Arsenal, Brentford
Eric Hampson (b. Nov 1921) Stoke City
Charlie Chase (b. Jan 1924) Crystal Palace, Watford
Jimmy Walker (b. 1925) Heart of Midlothian, Partick Thistle, Third Lanark
Thomas Stewart (b. Mar 1926) Queen's Park, Romford
John Boyd (b. Sep 1926) Queen's Park, Aberdeen, East Fife


List is holding up reasonably strong. 4 gone in 10 months since I made the list.
 

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Someone mentioned at the weekend that they thought they had heard Claudio Ranieri had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's.  Can't see any corroborating evidence online though.

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9 minutes ago, Bibliogryphon said:

Someone mentioned at the weekend that they thought they had heard Claudio Ranieri had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's.  Can't see any corroborating evidence online though.

 

Well when he was at Chelsea he could never remember the team he'd picked the week before!

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Steve Smith, former player of Huddersfield Town also has this ball-against-the-head-caused dementia:

https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/steve-smith-latest-football-legend-13326981

 

Just to clarify, it's this Steve Smith:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Smith_(footballer,_born_1946)

 

Not the cricketer Steve Smith:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Smith_(cricketer)

 

Or the other cricketer Steve Smith:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Smith_(cricketer) (huh, same link?)

 

Or the ALS-stricken football player I picked in Death By Numbers:

Not this one: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Smith_Sr. nor this one https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Smith_(wide_receiver,_born_1985) but this one: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Smith_(running_back)

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14 minutes ago, Sir Creep said:

In America Steve Smith refers to not one but two NFL players, one who was very special (Carolina Panthers WR), the other not so much (NYGiants WR).
We don't give two shites about any other Steve Smiths, notably those you listed.
SC

 

Re your link

https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=could care less

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