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a broken Trumpet
John Barnes - 8-3-2008 at 16:24

Well the trumpet is well and truly broken this weekend but it may get patched up if a league title is won somehow this year but don't bank on it, despite what some may say it is still not a done deal, and there is a lot of water to go under bridge between now and end of season, all that can be played on the trumpet at the moment is a a thin feeble toot quietly fading away on a melancholy note over the Cheshire plain. jmbshocked_yellow


Katzy - 8-3-2008 at 18:05

I bet you're as sad as I am, John... :D


John Barnes - 8-3-2008 at 23:02

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Originally posted by Katzy
I bet you're as sad as I am, John... :D



No I am twice as sad :D:P


giron - 8-3-2008 at 23:50

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Originally posted by John Barnes
Well the trumpet is well and truly broken this weekend


That's all your fault, John, was there any real need for you to ram the trumpet up charles back passage? shocked_yellow


craig1912 - 9-3-2008 at 06:35

None of you are as sad as me

roffleroffleroffle


charles - 10-3-2008 at 14:16

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Originally posted by craig1912
None of you are as sad as me

roffleroffleroffle



Losing to Reading,I bet you are sick.


craig1912 - 10-3-2008 at 19:59

If it helps Reading stay up -an attractive and honest club with a good manager then fair enough.

Sick...........no not me. I've not laughed so much in a long while and then the bad losers (Fergie and Ronnie) had to the hilarity with their wingeing bad sportsmanship comments.

Sick......you must benananana