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David Whitlock 16h
Partly agree. Except that the top crowd you mention could have been housed in a slightly extended Highfield Road. Capacity when we left was about 23,500....
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David Whitlock 17h
Last Friday afternoon. Lovely concert later.....
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David Whitlock 17h
Replying to @GaryLineker
I did this every week in the Leamington Sunday League (Division 5). Well, in my mind as I took the kick... Occasionally I actually managed to get the ball past the wall & then normally outside the woodwork...Never mind.....
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David Whitlock 17h
Average 1st Division crowd in 1995 was only about 16k. Makes the decision to sell Highfield Road about then and move to the Ricoh (32k or 43k, whatever) look even more stupid as years go by. Not typed this rant for at least an hour. Must go for a lie down. Roost & chickens......
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David Whitlock 19h
We turned up at a Worcester Chapel for Evensong on Friday . We sat in a boxed pew. But no hymns, psalms or prayers! But guess what, a wonderful singer (Harriet) with 2 lovely backing singers and a terrific band took to the stage. A marvellous concert. LOL. Always been big fan....
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David Whitlock Dec 6
Replying to @deanocity3
Excellent work but using my Poirot detective genius, I immediately noticed that there is heavy snow, yet the trees are in full leaf. Highly unlikely. Nothing gets passed me .....!!
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David Whitlock Dec 6
Hello Brian. Excellent piece on Adrian Pierson. Always enjoy your 'where are they now' features. Next time we fly with Jet2 I will listen out for the pilots name....Regards David
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David Whitlock Dec 6
I haven't got the foggiest idea.....
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Matthew Bourne Dec 1
Just caught up with Musicals Night on Outstanding production values and every couple outdid themselves tonight! (put them all through to the Semi-Final?) I smiled and wiped away tears throughout! Quite simply the best entertainment show on TV ❤️💃🕺💃🕺💃🕺
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David Whitlock Dec 1
Hi James. re Caludon School & my grandson. When we spoke just before the game I may have inadvertently come across as rude. I really did not mean to. Apologies if I did. Lovely goal today & as a Coventry supporter for 55 years, great to see the progress in your career
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David Whitlock Dec 1
Luckily I was at Leicester to see the wonderful James goal.
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David Whitlock Nov 30
And who remembers Sports Parade at lunchtime on BBC Radio ....? It previewed the afternoons football. Memories of Bill Bothwell, Bryon Butler, Maurice Edelston, etc etc...
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Cliff Jones Nov 26
For all those who think playing out from the back , has just been invented. The genius of ⁦⁩ is timeless
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David Whitlock Nov 26
Replying to @legsidelizzy
Just awful that anyone is killed playing the 'bat and bat game'. My snap of Phil at Worcester in 2009.
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David Whitlock Nov 25
Well done Graeme & Oti. We voted for you every week and are very sorry to see you leave. You royally entertained us and made us laugh. Good luck to both of you with whatever you after Strictly. Applause all around.... (my snap)
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David Whitlock Nov 25
Replying to @sebcoe
Well said Seb. What a tough gig. Oddly I have similar views of athletics in the Seychelles and the Maldives. If you ever need any help.....
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David Whitlock Nov 25
Replying to @JacquiOatley
I have the same memory as you of Molineux. But there is also the memory of my team Coventry always having a thumping from Wolves, courtesy of Derek Doogan and John Richards ! I remember Derek Doogan doing some some excellent football phone-in work on the fledgling BBC Birmingham.
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David Whitlock Nov 25
Replying to @5liveSport
Ian Robertson yesterday commentated on his final Rugby match on BBC Radio 5 after 47 years! He has a fine radio voice. Scottish international. He worked on BBC 2's Rugby Special with Nigel Stamer-Smith, Chris Rea etc. Happy Days. My snap. We chatted. A very friendly person
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David Whitlock Nov 25
Replying to @andNickMullins
Ian Robertson yesterday commentated on his final Rugby match on BBC Radio 5 after 47 years! He has a fine radio voice. Scottish international. He worked on BBC 2's Rugby Special with Nigel Stamer-Smith, Chris Rea etc. Happy Days. My snap. We chatted. A very friendly person
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David Whitlock Nov 23
Nanuk of the North.....
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