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1 hour ago, panda800 said:

Didnt he have to resign   as  director   because  of some scandal?

Time and place pal.

RIP Joe. 

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Used to talk to him in the Ranmoor Inn. 
Always friendly and happy to discuss all things Wednesday. 

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2 hours ago, panda800 said:

Didnt he have to resign   as  director   because  of some scandal?

Absolute scum......and for the avoidance of doubt its the poster I’m talking about 

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1 hour ago, sage owl said:

Time and place pal.

RIP Joe. 

Point taken

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RIP Joe.....had many a run in with him over the years....ultimately a lot of what he was saying came to be true....I sent a message via one of his neighbours who is a poster on here, to tell him I was wrong and he rang me up....spent a good hour or two telling me all sorts and not a single ounce of “told you so” about him....sad loss to the Wednesday family

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3 minutes ago, Ian said:

Absolute scum......and for the avoidance of doubt its the poster I’m talking about 

Dont hold back 

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RIP

 

A real character from an era that allowed real characters to speak.

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RIP Joe Ashton.

Always remember sleeping in the wooden South Stand after watching Wednesday away at Pompey.

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RIP Joe. Condolences to his family and friends.

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10 hours ago, sage owl said:

Time and place pal.

RIP Joe. 

Agree...Nothing good to say, probably best to say nowt  at this time..

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2 hours ago, Harrysgame said:

Agree...Nothing good to say, probably best to say nowt  at this time..

it was a genuine question   no malice was intended ffs i met the guy a few times   top  bloke    hold off the  faux outrage some of you

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20 hours ago, Justbeanz said:

RIP Joe. Remember him coming down to the ground when we were queuing for Rumbelows cup final tickets on Saturday night. It was carnage but Joe arranged for everyone to be let in ground and sit in South stand until ticket office opened.

 Did not know that.

It was pouring down ,think I joined the queue about 3 pm.

On radio sheff praise or grumble  a blade rung in  and he said

It's a praise for the weather, just been past Hillsboro and they are getting drown.

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Joe stood behind me in an FA cup match down at Manor Ground , Oxford.

I would have been 20 or so. 

RIP.

 

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There's a copy of his book ,Red Rose Blues in Central Library a very good read .

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No AGM in the Dave Allen era was complete without Joe. 

 

RIP 

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Sad news, if only Dave Richards had listened to you when you told him it was time for Wilson to go.

RIP true fan.

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RIP Joe

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RIP Joe, we won't see characters like him again. Condolences to his family and friends

 

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