- Jan 20, 2009
Christ, just seen Peter Beadle on sky sports. Didn't realise he's the manager of Hereford. He's aged well
Did a bloke from S****horpe shag your missus or something?He's probably been mentioned in this thread and you'll have a chance to see him now when Andy Barcham appears for AC Wimbledon in FA Cup 3rd Round tie. He made one League Cup appearance for Spurs in 2006 against Port Vale. In 2009, he joined Gillingham having been on loan with them and also Leyton Orient. A winger, he's made over 350 League and Cup appearances for Orient, Gillingham, S****horpe and Wimbledon.
Dean Parrett is also with Wimbledon but is out with a long term injury.
Dave McEwen is one of the few players (maybe the only one) to play for both clubs that are named after Shakespearean characters.Anyone remember a striker called John Piercy played for us under Graham.. Dave Mcewan was another random from that time.. Lee Barnard wasn't he on our bench for a season
Lovely little fact.Dave McEwen is one of the few players (maybe the only one) to play for both clubs that are named after Shakespearean characters.
I admit I'd forgotten about Crouchy being on loan to Dulwich, and I didn't know until now about Pompey being a character in Measure for Measure.Lovely little fact.
However, not only did Peter Crouch play for Dulwich Hamlet as well as Tottenham Hotspur, he also turned out for Pompey, who is a character in Measure for Measure.
He's tall, he's hard
He's turned out for the Bard
Harsh on YP-Lee and Naybet. Naybet was excellent with King for us in 04/05 and YP-Lee was not a bad football player. Only poor piece of football I remember Lee doing was giving the ball away at Old Trafford I think and effectively him costing us the game!!Dagui Bakari
Random striker from the Cape Verde Islands
Stipe Pletikosa, Radek Cerny, Martin Fulop
Mark Yeates - apparently a pisshead
Just so much dross.