12th February 2019 at 7:26 am #33427
Hightown hopeParticipant86 pts12th February 2019 at 8:39 am #33428
Same as what everyone else has so far mentioned – Best Wishes WIB.
I sadly lost a cousin brother overseas at the age of 34 with his health deteriorated. It was purely down to red-white blood cells.
Christmas just gone was quite sombre in our household with our thoughts spared. I received the news whilst Wolves played Liverpool on the 21st. That was it, TV turned off and everything, as none of that mattered.
He was in India, and didn’t really have the opportunity to build any life due to his health. It makes us think how lucky we are with a job, car, a roof over our head, and we should be thankful in what we have.12th February 2019 at 8:55 am #33430
Cyber hugs for you too chum, remember when my dopey cousin passed (I mean that with affection!), a different level of hurt, when a family member close to the same age passes. He wasn’t a well bunny either… gonna have to share this story though!!
My cousin Matt, who was a big Pool fan for reasons we never worked out, also suffered from Spina-Bifida and the poor bastard spent his live in a wheelchair. Anyway, Auntie Pat nagged me and my Uncle (both Spuds) to take him to a game. This was in the mid-eighties btw. Anyhow, my Uncle managed to get 3 tickets for Spuds/Pool at the Lane so we go to pick him up and the soppy tit is all decked out in his Liverpool gear. After a lot of persuasion, we couldn’t get him to change so off we went. Got to the ground, got him in the ground without too many comments (luckily they were all just comments!) and wheeled him to the “special” section. A few looks, nothing major, all in good spirits…
Anyhow, game kicks-off, and then Pool go and score. The silly sod wheels his chair around and starts cheering at the crowd… stunned silence… me and Uncle almost hiding with embarrassment… but thankfully nothing else. Then Spuds equalize, and I’ll never forget, several thousand Spuds all pointing at my cousin and start singing “You’re not singing anymore, ….”
Pretty sure it finished 1-1… and we got out of there alive! Still have one of his Pool shirts… 🙁
12th February 2019 at 9:04 am #33432
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Thank you to everyone for all the birthday messages. Here’s one of my favourite goals, against Arsenal!!
Glad @ChampionsLeague is back this week with my clubs @AFCAjax @realmadrid and @SpursOfficial all in action. Wondering who’s playing Thursdays? 🤪 pic.twitter.com/qSF3NK73eV
— Rafael van der Vaart (@rafvdvaart) February 11, 2019
Banter or offensive?? 🙂12th February 2019 at 11:32 am #33441
The 2012 Champion League Winners?😊12th February 2019 at 12:12 pm #33443
It’s not all about you, you egotistical little puppy, I think he was referring to the Goonies… like most of us, he doesn’t really give a rat’s ass about Chelski… 🙂12th February 2019 at 1:16 pm #33446
Unlike you Chucky! Remember it’s only bantz! my little possum.😊
12th February 2019 at 1:17 pm #33447
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Looking forward to hopefully seeing a bit of Pulisic tomorrow.
12th February 2019 at 1:54 pm #33451
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Should be a good game tonight especially with PSG missing some key players. Best of luck to the PL teams this week.12th February 2019 at 2:18 pm #33455
He’s a little sweetheart, ain’t he?? So would you Kylie,if you just had your sexy suvvern ass kicked 6-0,by Kings of……………the North.
Suvvern pussies,lol.12th February 2019 at 2:26 pm #33456
And you ain’t getting much further South than God’s Country, are ya?? Bleedin’ pommies… all talk and no trousers…12th February 2019 at 2:32 pm #33457
Come up norff and see for yourself what are the norfern men are made of,ignore the suvvern pussies.Bladdy Landan girlies!
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