Dusty Curtains

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    Sheffield Wednesday Youth Team
  • Birthday 12/10/75

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  1. Hero. You kind of knew that straight away that the Championship was a bit quick for him. Whatever, if I showed that much resilience and dedication in my job, I wouldn't be doing it after all theae years.
  2. Scores just before half time, signs for Bongo Gdaza during the interval, and immediately gets arrested for being a spy.
  3. I picked up a couple of press photos from the second leg a few weeks ago. This is one of Springett, Megson and Gensana is a gem...
  4. I've looked again. It might be four leafs. I'll open my brain before my laptop next time. Sozzard.
  5. There are 12 leafs. There are four branches. Too pedantic?
  6. Seen as you've already started things off with a positive jam...
  7. Are mum and dad still shouting at each other? Can I take my hands off me ears yet?
  8. Lucas Joao though. Proper cross like...
  9. Apart from. I guess. The Dingles aren't Pigs. Hmmm.
  10. Hang on... Pig captain, manager and owner and yer man reckons no one else can claim similar. That's all Barnsley have left to talk about and yer caller before said it. Turn your bloomin' ears on.
  11. I'm a bit behind here. Pretty sure Giddings is sat on the pot and has a little bit of success on 45 minutes.
  12. "He ran his blood to water." A phrase that rattles my cage for no reason whatsoever.
  13. Nothing like the feeling of cold Sheffield pewter against one's old man when smuggling a single malt into an away ground.
  14. I just got really panicky thinking I'd missed the whole point of football over the last 30 years. Found this on a website and thought I'd share it... "Rules for soccer scoring seem simple -- when the ball crosses the goal line, a point is scored. In some situation, though, getting the ball into the goal does not count as a point. The referee is responsible for making the call as to whether a goal is scored, and he records the goals in a notebook. Most soccer organizations follow scoring rules set by FIFA, the international governing body of soccer. The entire ball must pass over the goal line and between the goal posts for a point to be scored. The ball also must pass under the crossbar. The winning team is the one that scores the highest number of goals. The match is a draw if an equal number of goals is scored or if no goals are scored."