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    Big day on Saturday.

    Our James is the fans champion. https://www.wba.co.uk/news/2018/apri...rks-fan-champ/ Almost 5 years to the day since his accident,think it was April 23rd,have to check with my wife.
    It is also our 34th wedding anniversary, thought i was going to miss the match but my wife said i've got be there for James.
    Don't let us down Baggies.

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    Nice one Soulman I hope you all have a great day on Saturday, I'll be clapping James as he comes onto the pitch.

    And a happy anniversary to you and your wife.

    It was my 19th on wednesday and I spent most of it trying (and finally succeeding) to get England vs Tunisia tickets for the wc.

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    Congratulations soulman, you and the boss have a good day.

    Big cheers for James...Boing Boing!!!

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    Great stuff Lloyd, and congratulations to James on receiving the Player of the Year Award too.

    COYB .

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    Very special Lloyd, hope you have a great day.

    By the way the immigration court have kicked out the case against my son Euan so hopefully later in the year he will be able to travel to the UK again and I am sure he will want to grab a couple of points with you.

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    Congratulations to you all

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    The club cocked up with James. his mom, dad and James was told to take there seats in the Brummie at 12 and somebody would come and greet them and take them to the halfway line and nobody come. They played is video, but didn't get the chance to carry the ball.
    Thanks for all the good will messages,James had a good day but was disapointed with not carrying the ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulman101 View Post
    The club cocked up with James. his mom, dad and James was told to take there seats in the Brummie at 12 and somebody would come and greet them and take them to the halfway line and nobody come. They played is video, but didn't get the chance to carry the ball.
    Thanks for all the good will messages,James had a good day but was disapointed with not carrying the ball.
    That's baggies all over always neglecting the heroes and good guys.

    Glad he enjoyed his day....think it would take a lot to make him 'down in the dumps'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulman101 View Post
    The club cocked up with James. his mom, dad and James was told to take there seats in the Brummie at 12 and somebody would come and greet them and take them to the halfway line and nobody come. They played is video, but didn't get the chance to carry the ball.
    Thanks for all the good will messages,James had a good day but was disapointed with not carrying the ball.


    What a disgrace soul I feel so sorry for James .

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    Sorry to hear that soulman, I hope the club can make it up to young James.

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