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    boot hill

    thought i would bring this " back to life " ( see what i did there ? )

    frank bough has died at 87

    boffy presented grandstand and nationwide for the bbc , when it was actually
    worth tuning into , and not the pc labour party mouthpiece it has become.
    his downfall was doing cocaine and visting " ladies" from the oldest profession

    he was alright was boffy !!

    anyroad , add to the thread if you wish as celebs move to a new place.

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    Liked old Frank I did, always reminded me of my Dad, except for the drugs and debauchery of course. A stalwart from the good old days when we really did have freedom of speech.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WOODLANDSWOLF View Post
    Liked old Frank I did, always reminded me of my Dad, except for the drugs and debauchery of course. A stalwart from the good old days when we really did have freedom of speech.
    Bad hair though, the 1970ís was the decade of the comb over... Gilzean,Coates, Charlton...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nortonwolf View Post
    Bad hair though, the 1970’s was the decade of the comb over... Gilzean,Coates, Charlton...
    hey up norts..talking of comb overs. do yous remember this tv ad for hamlet cigars with gregor fisher ( aka rab c nesbitt )


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    Quote Originally Posted by Greavseywolf View Post
    hey up norts..talking of comb overs. do yous remember this tv ad for hamlet cigars with gregor fisher ( aka rab c nesbitt )

    Still makes me laugh that, and I didnít know it was Gregor Fisher!

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    Ron Flowers - Not! Was amazed to see him in the stands during the game V Newcastle, thought he died years ago. He looked good for 86 as well.

    Keep going old son!

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    bobby ball has made the journey 76
    apparently covid related death.

    half of the the comedy duo act " cannon and ball "

    daft slapstick type humour ..

    wonder if tommy will rock on

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    Legendary Welsh Rugby player JJ Williams has died age 72. A former sprinter who represented Wales at the Commonwealth Games also scored 5 tries for The British Lions over two test tours. He was a regular in the very good Welsh side of the seventies, helping them to win two Grand Slams during this period.

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    "very good Welsh side"! Legendary, certainly the best Welsh side ever and one of the best ever worldwide in terms of electrifying play and entertainment level. Gareth Edwards, Barry John, Phil Bennett, J.P.R Williams, giants everywhere you looked. They were also the backbone of the greatest British Lions team ever. Great days when Rugby, like football was a pleasure to watch, uncontaminated by PC and Political horse crap.

    R.I.P JJ, one of the best when best meant something.

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    nobby stiles ..man utd and england star has died 78
    years of battling alzeheimers

    who can forget that toothless grin ..

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