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Mark Brennan 09:38 - Nov 12 with 2001 viewsfergalsharkey

Selling crab and fresh fish in Cromer.

He took over from Thijssen in the winter of 83 if memory serves.

His whelks were good.

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Mark Brennan on 09:39 - Nov 12 with 1982 viewsStokieBlue

I believe I remember him hitting the corner flag with a penalty back in the late 80's.

Might be mistaken though.

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Mark Brennan on 09:40 - Nov 12 with 1969 viewsfactual_blue

So now we know. The one thing Mark Brennan isn't doing is selling crab and fresh fish in Cromer.

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Mark Brennan on 09:45 - Nov 12 with 1933 viewsle2blue

Mark Brennan on 09:39 - Nov 12 by StokieBlue

I believe I remember him hitting the corner flag with a penalty back in the late 80's.

Might be mistaken though.

SB


Yes ! I remember that, was it against Derby?
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Mark Brennan on 09:52 - Nov 12 with 1896 viewsFtnfwest

Mark Brennan on 09:39 - Nov 12 by StokieBlue

I believe I remember him hitting the corner flag with a penalty back in the late 80's.

Might be mistaken though.

SB


Remember him smacking one in off the post from 20 yards against Brighton at the old Goldstone Ground, which must have been 1987 i think (was the season we ended up losing to Charlton in the very first play offs)
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Mark Brennan on 10:01 - Nov 12 with 1864 viewsGeoffSentence

That doesn't sound right. Frans Thijssen was playing football in the winter of 1983, not selling crabs.

In the 38 games in which ALB played in goal for us, we averaged 1.53 points per game which, had they been over the course of a single season, would have seen us challenging for the play offs. This at a time when we were otherwise struggling against relegation. Oh, and didn't Mick Mills have terrific posture.
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Mark Brennan on 10:03 - Nov 12 with 1844 viewshoppy

Mark Brennan on 09:52 - Nov 12 by Ftnfwest

Remember him smacking one in off the post from 20 yards against Brighton at the old Goldstone Ground, which must have been 1987 i think (was the season we ended up losing to Charlton in the very first play offs)


There’s one game at Portman road, can’t remember who it was against, but there was a moment when he had the ball just into our half with only the keeper in their half... and the expectation as he went forward with the ball to go one on one, but failed to beat the keeper is one memory I have of him. Anyone else remember that and fill in the blanks of my memory?

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Mark Brennan on 10:09 - Nov 12 with 1811 viewsBlueBadger

Mark Brennan on 10:01 - Nov 12 by GeoffSentence

That doesn't sound right. Frans Thijssen was playing football in the winter of 1983, not selling crabs.


I can't believe you're accusing Fergal of making something up.

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Mark Brennan on 10:12 - Nov 12 with 1800 viewsGeoffSentence

Mark Brennan on 10:09 - Nov 12 by BlueBadger

I can't believe you're accusing Fergal of making something up.


I would never do that. Actually I think it is great that he was able to take time out from his African bike ride to post this.

In the 38 games in which ALB played in goal for us, we averaged 1.53 points per game which, had they been over the course of a single season, would have seen us challenging for the play offs. This at a time when we were otherwise struggling against relegation. Oh, and didn't Mick Mills have terrific posture.
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Mark Brennan on 10:15 - Nov 12 with 1795 viewsfactual_blue

Mark Brennan on 10:09 - Nov 12 by BlueBadger

I can't believe you're accusing Fergal of making something up.


He might mean Cromer, Manitoba. Although he'd still be 'mistaken' about the pier as there doesn't appear to be one.

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Mark Brennan on 10:22 - Nov 12 with 1765 viewshoppy

Mark Brennan on 10:01 - Nov 12 by GeoffSentence

That doesn't sound right. Frans Thijssen was playing football in the winter of 1983, not selling crabs.


Are the two mutually exclusive?

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Mark Brennan on 10:28 - Nov 12 with 1744 viewsBloomBlue

So do I assume the crab isnt fresh if the fish is and should avoid buying it?
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Mark Brennan on 10:31 - Nov 12 with 1731 viewsBarneycurley

Mark Brennan on 10:22 - Nov 12 by hoppy

Are the two mutually exclusive?


That's a very good point. Even Mickey Stockwell was building up his business In his spare time and Steve Whitton's driving school was still in its infancy 😉

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Mark Brennan on 10:44 - Nov 12 with 1681 viewsGeoffSentence

Mark Brennan on 10:22 - Nov 12 by hoppy

Are the two mutually exclusive?


He couldn't have stayed fit commuting from Cromer to Ipswich regularly.

In the 38 games in which ALB played in goal for us, we averaged 1.53 points per game which, had they been over the course of a single season, would have seen us challenging for the play offs. This at a time when we were otherwise struggling against relegation. Oh, and didn't Mick Mills have terrific posture.
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Mark Brennan on 10:45 - Nov 12 with 1673 viewsfactual_blue

Mark Brennan on 10:44 - Nov 12 by GeoffSentence

He couldn't have stayed fit commuting from Cromer to Ipswich regularly.


Running, maybe? Cycling? Pedalo along the North Sea coast?

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Mark Brennan on 11:08 - Nov 12 with 1619 viewsWeWereZombies

Mark Brennan on 10:45 - Nov 12 by factual_blue

Running, maybe? Cycling? Pedalo along the North Sea coast?


The only time I have seen a pedalo along the North Sea coast was when the Aberdeen to Shetland ferry broke down and Fergal stepped in to rescue the day by not only providing a relief service but also organising all 182 passengers and crew to form an inverse human pyramid with the strongest man at the bottom filling in the space behind Fergal. How that never made the Six o'clock news I will never know. Especially as he achieved a record journey time of ten minutes and twenty seven seconds...against a force six head wind...while being attacked by sea monsters...armed with thermo-nuclear weaponry...
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Mark Brennan on 11:47 - Nov 12 with 1535 viewswitchdoctor

Mark Brennan on 09:45 - Nov 12 by le2blue

Yes ! I remember that, was it against Derby?


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Mark Brennan on 11:48 - Nov 12 with 1532 viewsNthQldITFC

Mark Brennan on 10:22 - Nov 12 by hoppy

Are the two mutually exclusive?


No, but you wouldn't want to mark him too closely.

The only thing I know is that I might be wrong about everything else.
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Mark Brennan on 12:12 - Nov 12 with 1476 viewsEastTownBlue

Mark Brennan on 09:39 - Nov 12 by StokieBlue

I believe I remember him hitting the corner flag with a penalty back in the late 80's.

Might be mistaken though.

SB


It was against Derby

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Mark Brennan on 14:06 - Nov 12 with 1216 viewsfactual_blue

Mark Brennan on 11:48 - Nov 12 by NthQldITFC

No, but you wouldn't want to mark him too closely.


That would just be shellfish.

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Mark Brennan on 16:55 - Nov 12 with 1024 viewsITFC_Forever

Mark Brennan on 12:12 - Nov 12 by EastTownBlue

It was against Derby



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Mark Brennan on 18:15 - Nov 12 with 922 viewsfergalsharkey

My error.
His name is mark Brennan but he is from mundesley.

Not the itfc player.

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Mark Brennan on 18:49 - Nov 12 with 836 viewsParisBlue

Mark Brennan on 12:12 - Nov 12 by EastTownBlue

It was against Derby



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Mark Brennan on 23:20 - Nov 12 with 543 viewsThe_Last_Baron

Mark Brennan on 18:49 - Nov 12 by ParisBlue

My first game at FPR....key game against league leaders....Brenda my favourite player....and we win a penalty....

What could go wrong....?


What a goal from Nigel Callaghan. Good days.

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Mark Brennan on 08:52 - Nov 13 with 378 viewsGeoffSentence

Mark Brennan on 23:20 - Nov 12 by The_Last_Baron

What a goal from Nigel Callaghan. Good days.


Are you Brenner Woolley by any chance?

In the 38 games in which ALB played in goal for us, we averaged 1.53 points per game which, had they been over the course of a single season, would have seen us challenging for the play offs. This at a time when we were otherwise struggling against relegation. Oh, and didn't Mick Mills have terrific posture.
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