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23. Nobby Stiles

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In Twitter, report at end of life.


 

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34 minutes ago, Jeff Goldblum said:

In Twitter, report at end of life.



 

 

Typed his name on Twitter and nothing on what you say comes up.

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Shite, been nothing on him since the daily mail article in September 

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Looks like we've got another troll or sockpuppet.

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8 minutes ago, Toast said:

Looks like we've got another troll or sockpuppet.

 

Bang on the money.

 

Our Belgian "friend" yet again.

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6 minutes ago, Death Impends said:

 

Bang on the money.

 

Our Belgian "friend" yet again.

Is their a way to permanently block their IP from joining the forum?

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The leash has been tightened IPwise, yes.

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On 06/11/2017 at 15:42, Toast said:

Looks like we've got another troll or sockpuppet.

 

Back in the day tough Nobby would have dealt with any misbehaviour - could even put the stare on a press photographer when he had to!

 

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1 hour ago, ebless said:

That article is from September.

Sadly nothing has changed since then...

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5 hours ago, Life Is Beautiful said:
7 hours ago, ebless said:

That article is from September.

Sadly nothing has changed since then...

 

The report wasn't all negative though.

 

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His sons, Rob and John, have located a supply of DVDs of the old United games in which the Holy Trinity of George Best, Denis Law and Bobby Charlton relied on Stiles to flush out opposition danger. To their astonishment, he has responded.

'Peter Osgood - great player, son, great player,' he told Rob while they were watching a re-run of one of United's two 1966 First Division games against Chelsea, which saw the team draw at Old Trafford and win 3-1 in west London two weeks later.

'There was some recognition of the players from him,' said the 75-year-old's son. 'He doesn't recognise us a lot of the time, but watching the games seems to make a difference. While we were watching one of them he asked me: "How are you son?" 

'The games seem to bring something out of him in a way we didn't expect.'

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, Life Is Beautiful said:

Sadly nothing has changed since then...

 

 

Loads has changed since then - two new cabinet ministers for a start but...

 

Re Nobby, I get your point

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