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kevin richards

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  1. Well done to Phil Hiscox & both of the sponsors. Phil has had a horrendous season to deal with, firstly the weather & now Covid-19, but it shows his love, commitment & loyalty to this league & the clubs in it to get a deal done which could help keep some clubs running. Top man. πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»
  2. Spurs Bakes. Lol. They just got the leftovers from Arsenal & Chelsea. Since they moved into that lovely new stadium, they had more weddings there than wins. πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£
  3. I was also lucky enough to see Malcolm MacDonald make his Newcastle debut on August 21st 1971 at the magnificent St James Park against a Liverpool team comprising Ray Clemence, Emlyn Hughes, Tommy Smith, John Toshack & Kevin Keegan. Super MAC scored a hat trick & then got carried off after loosing 4 teeth in collision with Ray Clemence in a 3-2 win. A fantastic day in a fantastic old ground with the 2nd best supporters in the world. 2nd only to Leeds United supporters of course. MOT 🀍🀍🀍
  4. Wednesday 14th March 1973. I was 12yrs old & my Dad took me to Home Park, the home of Plymouth Argyle. Nothing great in that you may say, however, Argyles opponents that night were the famous Santos of Brazil club, whose star player that night was the greatest footballer to play the game, the legendary Pele. I was fortunate enough to be 1 of 38.000 people inside that ground & was even more fortunate to have a seat on the running track pitch side. Argyle won 3-2 with Pele scoring a penalty for Santos. Proud to say I saw a real legend that night.
  5. Take care Cornish & get well soon. Godolphin will need your support again next season. πŸ‘πŸΌ
  6. A lovely man & a credit to his football club. Dave was St Day through & through & made sure everyone knew it. One of the big reasons St Day have & are what they are today. Deepest sympathy to his family & friends from me & everyone at Porthleven Football Club.
  7. I am also a Leeds United supporter, have to take the rough with the smooth sometimes m8 πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚
  8. My solution would be, don’t start next season until this one has been completed, whenever that may be. If we have to push next season back & go into it not having any cup competitions, so be it. Surly we cannot just dismiss 29/30 games already played, dismiss next season if we have too. !
  9. When I said 70s, I was thinking more about Derek at Falmouth Town m8. πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£
  10. & therein lies the whole problem, youngsters, & even worse, players who have just finished playing, have no interest whatsoever in getting involved in helping run a club or doing the work that Dave does at Penryn, Cozy Powell does at Porthleven, Derek Richards does at Falmouth & many others have done within their respective clubs for years. These guys are in their 50s, 60s & even 70s & there’s nobody offering to help them. One day, they will not be here. πŸ€”
  11. Wishing you the best of luck Andy, Top man. πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ
  12. Don’t think it’s where Penzance are going Leeds, think it’s more a case of, where is Cornish football going !!!
  13. As I said, your only providing a crèche. When these kids reach 15/16, they will make up their own minds & I can assure you, I have seen so many walk away from it because their parents made them go all those years. !!!!
  14. Your right Darren, hence why the game in Cornwall is going down the pan. !!!
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