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1 Posted 20/05/2015 at 19:43:33
2 Posted 20/05/2015 at 22:36:41
Other notable top 20 songs were Dreamer - LivinÃ‚ Joy, Scatman - Scatman John and OasisÃ‚s - Some Might Say. Robson and Jerome held the number one spot with Unchained Melody/White Cliffs of Dover. Not a classic period for the top 40 but my god it makes me feel old now and the weather was sunny so much has changed in those two decades and not all of it for the better.
3 Posted 21/05/2015 at 03:58:18
As to the question of whatÃ‚s gone wrong.... no question in my mind. BK and the Carpetbaggers... (also sounds like a chart entry from the mid 90s no?)
4 Posted 21/05/2015 at 05:11:41
5 Posted 21/05/2015 at 04:56:04
Buzzing like a 10 year old for the Summer Window, The Epsom Derby, Royal Ascot, the great American Pharaoh going for the Triple Crown at Belmont, The PGA golf, The Test series, the Champions League final, the prospect of finally getting my artwork on-line and a million other things. The past has gone. ItÃ‚s all now and tomorrow.
A brief glance at the past can sometimes be uplifting but dwelling on it is like throwing down an anchor. ItÃ‚s what the fans of Wolves, Preston, Blackburn, Portsmouth, Leeds, Villa and other former great clubs do.
Tim Cahill, Big Dunc, Big Nev, The Golden Vision, The Dogs of War, The Holy Trinity, The Cannonball Kid, The Boys Pen. We love them all but this is 2015 and weÃ‚re moving on.
Thursday today. Wall-to-wall golf coverage on Sky, featuring Rory McIlroy and Phil Neville. No kiddinÃ‚. IÃ‚ll be having a bet. Hot transfer rumours on TW. Luv it. No time for nostalgia. Too much to do. Health pretty serious but going for a big year. Roll on.
6 Posted 21/05/2015 at 06:22:51
It all went wrong in the nineties, with chronic mismanagement of the club onfield and off-field and under-investment at the very moment when the games was commercialising.
7 Posted 21/05/2015 at 07:54:34
Enjoy the golf, and early "Happy birthday".
8 Posted 21/05/2015 at 09:14:24
He said the fans roared their way through that victory, and when we went two goals down the roars got louder and louder which kept the team going. Looking back I get just as emotional at that win as I do over any of our cup and league successes, sometimes Harold it is nice to revisit the past.
9 Posted 21/05/2015 at 14:34:37
It points out that we have no prospect of either relegation or a top four place, so our only chance of glory is a domestic cup, which surely has to be our main priority.
Happy birthday Harold for June. Does your artwork have a website?
10 Posted 21/05/2015 at 15:05:08
11 Posted 21/05/2015 at 16:50:12
Paul. I donÃ‚t have any digital photos but the young photo geek next door says he will get me on-line. This week he is away doing the Triathlon somewhere down south. IÃ‚ll let you know when things are sorted.
To the lads who enjoy looking back. Fair enough. Whatever makes you tick.
12 Posted 21/05/2015 at 17:42:34
Your continuing positive outlook and attitude is great to see.
YouÃ‚re a credit to yourself, long may it continue.
13 Posted 21/05/2015 at 19:18:39
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