Phoenix from the Flames.
Someone e-mailed me this at the weekend.
Jack Bennett NGU
Our own No.3 scored a very similar goal against North Greenford United in December. Not quite the same level of opposition granted, but still a great goal.
Re: Phoenix from the Flames.
He scored at the tea hut end but am I mistaken that the celbratory run is down at the brent x end ?
Bit padantic I know
nice too see the old ground though even if its got a pair of berkes on it
I thought this one extremely distasteful at the time...
...which is saying something, coming from me.
Hasn't improved with age or Eusebio's death.
I daren't dredge up some of those filmed elsewhere.
You'd have to wonder at how loudly Messrs. Skinner & Baddiel would squirm - and probably apologise - at some of the non-PC language.
"The past is a foreign country: they do things wrongly there" - as J.R.Hartley didn't say.
Re: I thought this one extremely distasteful at the time...
I ended up watching Fantasy Football clips for about half an hour when I clicked on these, used to love that programme!
Baddiel & Skinner
There are two types of people in this world: Those I hate, and those I really hate. Then there's Frank Skinner, absolutely loathe the smug Baggie xxxx. And as for comedian David Baddiel, surely a case for the trades description act.
Ok, rant over.
Re: Baddiel & Skinner
I will admit to enjoying Fantasy Football League in its original guise on the BBC, less so when it moved to ITV.
I was also at Claremont Road on a couple of occasions when they were filming, and found them both very friendly and willing to chat. In one Phoenix from the Flames, a supporter known to regulars to the tea hut in the Claremont Road years, could be spotted walking along the terraces at the Brent Cross end.
Obviously comedy is always a matter of taste - I've never understood the fuss over things like Friends and Mrs Brown's Boys, but both were/are clearly very popular.
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