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Tarquin

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About Tarquin

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    Doing missionary work amongst the great unwashed

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  1. Can remember my dad at the time saying"not seen a goal scored from the stand yet " He also had such a low opinion of Eric Taylor that when Taylor was involved in a car crash at Rivelin in his jag my dad said" shame it weren't a Ford Pop"
  2. Sorry lads my bad, age hath it's privileges, but memory and eyesight are the downside.
  3. Just when I thought I could look forward to a match with the pressure off and carry my good feelings into the summer, I pick up The Stir and find that the ref for sunday is none other than Andy Haines . If anyone wants reminding he was the ref when Clint Hill, as the last defender, butchered Sougou at Loftus Rd and didn`t even give a foul. Also he turned down a cert pen for a foul in the area on Joau. Apparently he now lives a bit further away from Loftus rd now in Hampshire, that day he could have got there onone of those red double decker things.
  4. This is the sort of place suitable for Ken Platt the old comedian. "Ahl not tek mi coat off ahm not stoppin"
  5. Well burger me!--- theres me thinking that the Pirikura are the "lads" from Pilley Club who cause trouble at Oakwell . You live and learn.
  6. Vacancy for Assistant advertised in march , Vacancy for head groundsman in April . Feels like the normal Human Resources wee wee tail up to me. Wonder if the head was not consulted in the interview process ??
  7. Toms problem is when he has to pass the ball to another player and he hopes its one of his own side.
  8. I have promised myself that I will live to 107. When I will be shot dead in bed by a jealous husband . Just about 3/4 of the way there now
  9. To introduce just a modicum of "whoow thar". Iv`e just checked the various programmes of each of the teams and come up with :- Owls - Six 6 pointers out of 7 games Villa - Four Dorby- Two Brizzle- Five Boro - Two Notts- Three Preston-Four . Now you can see the its more in our hands than the rest but if we do make it it will be one of the greatest feats in the clubs history( even the mind the gap season in the pub league). Boro and Dorby have the easiest programmes. Good luck to the people who have to take " calm down " pills over the next games
  10. Waking up to this type of thread is the way we do things on OT. Moaning fannies on o ne side, give it a break fans on the other, will be forever thus. But in the interest of fair play and balance can I just say, replacing Hutch with Pelupessey is like taking off a collie crossed with a staffie and bringing on a Jack Russell. One will bite if roused, the other will nip all day long and run about all game yapping.
  11. Well done Mi Lord-- your inclusion of the family surname has resulted me being woken up by phone calls from old ladies wanting to have there table legs seen to. However they were very disgruntled when I had to tell them that you were not speaking euphemistically and that DIY jobs were indeed were my forty. I`ll be round after the match today to sort that table leg -- i`ve a notion that turning it into 3 legger might provide more stability as it does for a milking stool. Many a stout milkmaid has thanked me profusely for turning her seat into a 3 legger, but thats another story.
  12. If thats what Doom sounds like when he`s chipper , I hope the samaritans have been pre warned.
  13. Well done Snoots, got me a bit nostalgic with my early morning cuppa. Reminds me of the goings on in the Heeley Red Lion when Tarquin and his pals were arguing the throw with Lionel , the resident Wednesdayite who of course was way in front them as the banter flowed.
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