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Thread: Photos from the past that made me smile

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    Quote Originally Posted by hopelesslyoptimistic View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rev72 View Post
    I have got a few photo's from the past that will make you smile......

    .....but they would also get me a life time ban on FM.

    Don't worry Rev it's so small we won't be able to see it.

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    this one always made me laugh too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rev72 View Post
    I have got a few photo's from the past that will make you smile......

    .....but they would also get me a life time ban on FM.


    and quite possibly a visit from Operation YEWTREE (allegedly).

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    PS Not for sale so no offers please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hopelesslyoptimistic View Post
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    this one always made me laugh too
    Disgraceful behaviour there by a so called professional, that kid should be booked for diving and banned from watching Play school.

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    Plod pulling in our 'Meanwoods' van and various Leeds coaches on our way to Swindon in 1994 - checking we've got tickets and no weapons on board. Every away day the same back then and sadly even now.



    On tour in PL 1994,our banner rammed in corner at Swindon,we won 5-0 and I'm in one of the many 'freebie seats' courtesy of Brian Deane (born Leeds LS6)which he kindly gave us that season.



    2020 - North Leeds Salutes Bielsa !

    MOT

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    Disgraceful behaviour there by a so called professional, that kid should be booked for diving and banned from watching Play school.
    Hey Acido - hope all is well. Can you imagine the media/ social media storm if that happened today - no doubt the kid would be scarred for life.

    Young Vincent was such a great figure wherever he went and comfortable chatting to anyone in any situation. Possibly one of the hardest working players behind the scenes with community outreach projects and the LGI and St James Hospital said he was the most popular lad with the children on wards.

    Very glad he played for us and love the fact he still sees himself as Leeds.

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    Hey up Hopey.
    I think me and you will have to agree to differ there about a certain 'Welsh' player lol, called Vincenzo Jones.

    Remember when he grabbed Gazza by the meat n veg ?.

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    Vincent the man was far better than Vinnie the footballer but he was far better than he gets credit for and played up to the stereotype a little

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