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boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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Tempting. Racing on too.

At least the programme hasn't gone up. 

ST £386  
Travel  £250+

It's bonkers.

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Respect for maintaining the drive.

I couldn't do it.

It's just not there anymore.

scottjames30

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Nat Lofthouse
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:drink: :drink: :footy: :flash: ::bwfc::  COYWM!!!! I'm fucking up.....

Couldn't sleep last night with excitement, I feel good, I feel a win is on the cards.

Going to do some hoovering I feel that Goddamn good. Football is back!!!!!!!!

EIEIEIO - on the beer at 11!!!!

bounce

Number8bus

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Mario Jardel
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I used to feel optimistic at the start of every season, but with the advancing years, and a succession of completely useless gimps managing the club since BSA's departure, I am predicting a 1-1 draw... this is far better than most season openers where I expect us to lose.

Off topic, I know... but who knew we would end up back here in Division 3? Bad times, though I enjoyed many a great day in the 80' watching Wanderers, and it was where I started. 

I still don't want to be bloody here though...

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Number8bus wrote:I used to feel optimistic at the start of every season, but with the advancing years, and a succession of completely useless gimps managing the club since BSA's departure, I am predicting a 1-1 draw... this is far better than most season openers where I expect us to lose.

Off topic, I know... but who knew we would end up back here in Division 3? Bad times, though I enjoyed many a great day in the 80' watching Wanderers, and it was where I started. 

I still don't want to be bloody here though...
Welcome number8bus.  I have a good feeling about today.  3-1 win.

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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Welcome number8. Is there another one behind you? Very Happy

Just don't know what to expect today,but hope springs eternal.

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Easy win dad.  You watch.

Ive had to reach a compromise with the missus today.  The lad is getting a salford city football strip.


I need to man up (before nat gets in) but it is his local team i suppose

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Mario Jardel
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y2johnny wrote:Easy win dad.  You watch.

Ive had to reach a compromise with the missus today.  The lad is getting a salford city football strip.


I need to man up (before nat gets in) but it is his local team i suppose
My boy and girl support their local team... Torquay United. 

That is so much better than the usual Devon thing of playing the gloryhunt. I am pleased really, because people would have thought it harsh if I had kicked them out for supporting m*n u*it*d.... there's all this child cruelty malarkey about making 6 and 3 year olds live on the streets... 

The boy does watch Wanderers though when not watching The Gulls, and so will the girl when she's a bit older to cope with the travel. 

Well, it does cut fortunes off the trains seeing as I have a family railcard.

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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Not bad Johnny. Not keen on the white bar at the top though.
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scottjames30

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Nat Lofthouse
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Not we we just win today - we'll send a thunderstorm message to the league, that we are a big club, with huge ambitions.

Number8bus

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Mario Jardel
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I have to own up to owning a Salford City top.... well, I am Salford born and bred...

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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My Grandparents were from Eccles. Spent a lot of time there,not far from Hope Hospital.

Number8bus

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Mario Jardel
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Eccles, big rival to Swinetun (Swinton). Takes me back to many a crazy Saturday night down the Silver Screen....

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boltonbonce wrote:Not bad Johnny. Not keen on the white bar at the top though.
I like the white one.  Nicer than our white one.

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A few of us from salford or there abouts on here now.  I see a coup coming

scottjames30

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Nat Lofthouse
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I love Salford.

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Number8bus wrote:
y2johnny wrote:Easy win dad.  You watch.

Ive had to reach a compromise with the missus today.  The lad is getting a salford city football strip.


I need to man up (before nat gets in) but it is his local team i suppose
My boy and girl support their local team... Torquay United. 

That is so much better than the usual Devon thing of playing the gloryhunt. I am pleased really, because people would have thought it harsh if I had kicked them out for supporting m*n u*it*d.... there's all this child cruelty malarkey about making 6 and 3 year olds live on the streets... 

The boy does watch Wanderers though when not watching The Gulls, and so will the girl when she's a bit older to cope with the travel. 

Well, it does cut fortunes off the trains seeing as I have a family railcard.
Helluva trip that.

I dont mind who he supports to be honest.  Although he did nearly cause me a coronary when he wanted to support bury for a week like his teacher

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scottjames30 wrote:I love Salford.
It loves you too

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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Buile Hill Park was always a great day out with my Gran.

scottjames30

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Nat Lofthouse
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y2johnny wrote:
scottjames30 wrote:I love Salford.
It loves you too
I know afew gypsy boys from there, great people that will sort you out, with anything you want.

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boltonbonce wrote:Buile Hill Park was always a great day out with my Gran.
One of the best parks round here and right on our doorstep.  One of the reasons im not that bothered we dont have a garden.

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scottjames30 wrote:
y2johnny wrote:
scottjames30 wrote:I love Salford.
It loves you too
I know afew gypsy boys from there, great people that will sort you out, with anything you want.
Probably the ones that saved me a trip to the tip and took my old radiators for me while i was away. Very Happy

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Nat Lofthouse
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It probably was, I paid for my new van through taking scrap, there is money in it.

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Nat Lofthouse
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scottjames30 wrote:It probably was, I paid for my new van through taking scrap, there is money in it.
Too right. We collect it as we work,along with pallets. We make over £1000 a year from it,which we donate to local charities.
We've got a cheque for £800 going off to Bolton Mountain Rescue this month. No money in steel at the moment, so prices are down.

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Nat Lofthouse
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y2johnny wrote:I dont mind who he supports to be honest.

Man up you tart.

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Natasha Whittam wrote:
y2johnny wrote:I dont mind who he supports to be honest.

Man up you tart.
Very Happy

scottjames30

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Nat Lofthouse
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boltonbonce wrote:
scottjames30 wrote:It probably was, I paid for my new van through taking scrap, there is money in it.
Too right. We collect it as we work,along with pallets. We make over £1000 a year from it,which we donate to local charities.
We've got a cheque for £800 going off to Bolton Mountain Rescue this month. No money in steel at the moment, so prices are down.

It's a good time to get scrap now with people away on holiday, it's amazing what people leave out in their  back gardens.

Some people put it at the front for us now, to save us going round the back.

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scottjames30 wrote:
boltonbonce wrote:
scottjames30 wrote:It probably was, I paid for my new van through taking scrap, there is money in it.
Too right. We collect it as we work,along with pallets. We make over £1000 a year from it,which we donate to local charities.
We've got a cheque for £800 going off to Bolton Mountain Rescue this month. No money in steel at the moment, so prices are down.

It's a good time to get scrap now with people away on holiday, it's amazing what people leave out in their  back gardens.

Some people put it at the front for us now, to save us going round the back.
Thats all i did. Left it in my front yard. Smile

scottjames30

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Nat Lofthouse
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y2johnny wrote:
scottjames30 wrote:
boltonbonce wrote:
scottjames30 wrote:It probably was, I paid for my new van through taking scrap, there is money in it.
Too right. We collect it as we work,along with pallets. We make over £1000 a year from it,which we donate to local charities.
We've got a cheque for £800 going off to Bolton Mountain Rescue this month. No money in steel at the moment, so prices are down.

It's a good time to get scrap now with people away on holiday, it's amazing what people leave out in their  back gardens.

Some people put it at the front for us now, to save us going round the back.
Thats all i did. Left it in my front yard. Smile
It makes it easier for us, cheers pal  :drinks:

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