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Kebabgate is back with a vengance!

By rwakeley5/7 11:09Thu Jul 5 11:09:55 2018

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Like most fans when a new recruit arrives one may feel inclined to do a quick footy style bio check. This new coach Rob Pattwell looks to have some quality in his own right. That's if I've got the right chap! There may well be a namesake connected to Welwyn Garden City FC - I digress.
If this is the lad connected to Amateur side New Salamis FC the lad has some pedigree - he looks the sort of lad who could make is way in his own right. I've certainly enjoyed the past 20 mins or so casting my eye over a part of London football I knew absolutely nothing about. The New Salamis side, recently involved in the Kopa League, have just gained promotion to the Herts Senior County League and have recently won the FA Sunday Cup. Playing in that side, none other than goalkeeper Joe Wright and up-front some lad by the name of Nico Muir. Past player Alex Addai just signed for Cheltentham Town. What I really love about this club -they have their own ruddy Kebab House on the high street. The cafe in Myddleton Road, North London, is literaally called New Salamis FC! A football club with its very own kebab house! How impressive is that? I do think it would be interesting to gain more insight into our past players extra curricular footballing activities. There must be some great stories. Great to see the Amateur game is alive and kicking. These lads just love their football - and the occasional kebab!

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Re: Kebabgate is back with a vengance!

By Weston Don6/7 00:04Fri Jul 6 00:04:05 2018In response to Kebabgate is back with a vengance!Top of thread

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A great signing by our illustrious Chairman, obviously not influenced by any of the above. That would only have happened if Mr Doner were in charge.
(If Mr Doner should read this, thank you for recommending of Osbournes in Neasden - they were truly scrumptious but sadly now, I believe gone forever).

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Re: Kebabgate is back with a vengance!

By Simon7/7 07:09Sat Jul 7 07:09:46 2018In response to Re: Kebabgate is back with a vengance!Top of thread

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I miss Mr Doner - what a great guy he was. To be hugely knowledgeable about both football and fine Greek dining is an unusual combination of skills.

If I remember correctly, I - I mean he - was particularly keen on a kebab restaurant called D&G by Willesden Green station also sadly no longer around (that’s the restaurant, not the station).

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Re: Kebabgate is back with a vengance!

By Rabster7/7 12:39Sat Jul 7 12:39:42 2018In response to Re: Kebabgate is back with a vengance!Top of thread

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Mr Doner used to have a pal who he went to games with called Colonel Eggburger, a fine chap who was particularly fond of the kebab house by Gravesend ground.

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