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  1. Yes, I saw that bit. Somebody from the EFL (maybe Rick Parry?) described parachute payments as evil recently as well I think. So, longer term maybe they are grasping the issue. I wouldn't say it's fair using that new found zeal against SWFC for events in previous seasons, under a previous EFL regime though Hopefully, we'll win to draw a line under it all, and the EFL acts with much more clarity in future.
  2. The EFL have certainly been busy writing a lengthy update on th Wigan situation. https://www.efl.com/news/2020/july/efl-update-wigan-athletic/
  3. Great stuff - thank you. Hope you both enjoy it 🙂
  4. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08CHHKTXT/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=our+lowest+ebb&qid=1594127510&sr=8-2 If anyone likes an e-book then the book is now available on Kindle via Amazon. Bargain price of £8.99 as well 🙂
  5. In two parts. Tommy Craig is a fascinating bloke I think (footballer). Then actor's a good guy as well I reckon 🙂
  6. Thank you, glad you enjoyed it. You're right that much of the football was depressing I am sure. And, thanks for the heads up on the typo - I'd already fixed a few from the first print run. I'll get it altered for the next lot. Somebody said to me that you'll never spot them all - I still get annoyed if I spot anything though 😞
  7. I'll pop the links up tomorrow. Both Tommy's came across as humble, down to earth people with a good sense of humour. It will be an excellent show I think (with only a little of me flogging some book I've written!) Cheers and UTO John
  8. The good news this week is that Tommy Craig agreed to an interview. So, this week's Alan Biggs show is an 'Our Lowest Ebb' special with me and (much more interestingly) Tommy. Thursday on Sheffield live TV at 7pm and then on YouTube. I'll pop the links up on Thursday Cheers and UTO John
  9. Hope we can read the numbers on the back this time. Other than that: blue and white stripes, black shorts and I'm happy
  10. I think the Owls fans were particularly excited by the goal given the goading from Wolves and that at least one of the Wolves goals was clearly offside. Didn't help the 13/14 year old me feel less scared though 😞
  11. Couple of stories. One SWFC related one not. Scared at the match? Wolves away c1989. At the time half of Molinieux was out of use. So both home and away fans were standing behind one goal. Plenty of abuse flying both ways. It wasn't the abuse that scared me - rather the distance I was carried off my feet when Wednesday scored before being bashed into a barrier and thoroughly winded. For what felt like an age, but was probably only a minute or two, I couldn't get up as the crowd was still surging behind me. I still feel a bit shaken now thinking about it. Not Owls related. I was in a pub in Birmingham one Saturday afternoon in the late 90s. Not a pub known for trouble. Manchester United were playing Villa that day. About 1pm, in an obviously pre-planned assault, a group of 15-20 Manc hoolies barged into the pub and smashed it up. Windows went, glasses smashed, pool tables broken, behind the bar smashed up. The works. My problem was that there was no way out, hoolies and broken windows at the front meant the only hiding place was a small yard outside with the used beer barrels. After cowering out there for what again felt like an age, we heard the hooligans barge through the back door. I expected a beating. Luckily though they were running - over the back fence and on their way.
  12. McGinn shinned it. McShin I call him. 🙂
  13. Hello everyone, I'm slowly beginning the process of researching and writing a follow-up to my recent book 'Our Lowest Ebb'. This time, I'm focusing on more positive times as Howard Wilkinson's team took on the big boys on the club's return to the big time. I'm interested in the views and memories of fans from the time. Players, games, away days and tall tales. The things that supporting a team are all about 🙂 If it's your era therefore and you're happy to share a few thoughts, please head to: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/9MJJVBF Cheers and UTO, John Dyson
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