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|The next big thing|
at 12:43 2 Nov 2016
With all this talk of young Andre I was just thinking about who recently we all had high hopes for from the academy. Wickham and Rhodes are hardly setting the premier league alight. Rhodes can't get in a poor Scottish squad. I though Wickham was going to be immense when he was here.
Who else did we rave about? Knights, Garvan, Clarke, that lad playing foe Leiston? Shows how hard it is to make it in the game. Who from the academy is playing at a good level now?
Fowler in the U23 was touted as a future superstar. Is he still on the way? any other diamonds coming through?
|Cricket - blimey|
at 13:51 28 Oct 2016
Last I heard was 170 for 1. Just watched the news and the showed 3 English wickets going down. Thought it was highlights from the first game.
220 all out and England 40 odd for three. that was some last session.
|The Chev club - Foreign beer|
at 14:28 25 Oct 2016
Went to the shop that is in the Old Chevalier club premises today. It's a rather splendid European supermarket now. Very clean, in-house butcher etc.
They have an excellent beer selection from around the world. Got myself some Russian beer that we were drinking in Moldova. ¬£1.69 a bottle for a pint bottle. If any of you like that sort of thing well worth a look. Car parking round the back.
Had peanut wotsit type snacks in there too (reason I actually went in).
If anyone is interested.
|Football programmes that you think are worth some money or a little bit unusual|
at 15:05 17 Oct 2016
I have the Ipswich v Barcelona Programme from the UEFA cup game when we won 3-0. It is signed by Mick Mills and Johan Cryuff (both captains). I wonder if that is actually worth anything?
My mum's hairdressers husband was best mates with Brian Talbot who got Cryuff to sign it for him and it was given to me. Mick MIlls opened the shop next door to my parents off licence on Foxhall Road and I got him to sign the programme too.
Anyone else? football programmes are actually worth s0d all. Mostly less then the cover price.
|¬£10 to watch the ressers?|
at 12:24 17 Oct 2016
Admission is on the door at ¬£10 for adults, ¬£7 for over-65s, ¬£5 for under-18s and ¬£3 for under-14s, while under-11s can get in for free.
That's rather steep.
|Our new PM|
at 10:15 10 Oct 2016
I heard someone call her TRESemm√© the other day and that made me chuckle. Now I can't help thinking that every time someone mentions her name :)
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