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EFL Transfer Centre Aug 18
Signing✍🏻 have signed former defender Luke Waterfall!
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GreenBuying.co.uk Aug 17
Good luck Forest Green Rovers this afternoon as they take on at the New Lawn
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DazzmanTV Aug 14
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Grimsby Town Fan Page Feb 16
1️⃣0️⃣ It's 10 goals for Wes Thomas as he gets into double figures for the year. Super Wes! ⚡
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Esports Championships Dec 20
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Zane Graham Woods Jun 28
The locals in my Scunny pub are loving the football banter.
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Zane Graham Woods Jun 12
Looking froward to getting all 3 of these beauties . Working it Scunny they will go down a storm ⚽️🐟😀.
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Transfers HQ Jul 23
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Humberside Police - North East Lincolnshire Aug 14
- PC Tritton and SC Watcham on foot patrol this morning in Grimsby Town Centre, hopefully the rain will hold off! Say hello if you see them! 👋👮
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Superb Footy Pics Jun 9
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Abi Wood Dec 3
Casual Monday night flipping through our TV channels & realise my tiny, infamous hometown's footie game is on from the weekend 😂⚽️
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The Extreme Football Enthusiast May 11
Replying to @ExtremeFootbal4
289. Clue (b) He made his professional first-team debut off the bench, the same year he signed his first professional contract. He came on as a substitute for a player who was formerly with Grimsby Town, Darlington & Doncaster Rovers ????
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Football Memories Aug 5
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Gemma Mar 19
Loved Watching Bobs At His U7 Training Session Tonight. He Loved The Session And Worked Really Hard, Lots Of Battling And He Got Chance To Show His Skills He’s Been Working On. On Fire Bobs 🔥
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Aaron Brewer May 4
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Bernie Briffa Jan 18
Replying to @goonerbeau
Herbert was one of six boys and a girl born to John, a coalminer (and a renowned bare-knuckle boxer in his day) and Emma. In the 1890s, a young Herbert became a keen footballer. Their oldest son Tom played for Kiveton Park aged 17 and later played for in the FA Cup
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Peter Hurn Dec 19
Original press photo (mounted onto card) - 1933/4, the season they won Division II. Manager Frank Womack stands far right in his suit. As player Frank holds the record for playing over 500 games without scoring a single goal, for 1908-28
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Football Stats Aug 3
will begin the new season as the longest serving club in an division when they open their 13th consecutive campaign against , & will begin their 100th league season in the .
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Nomadicphotography 13h
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Dean Austin Aug 18
Had the pleasure of playing with the young man back in the day. First game away to and I knew this boy was destined for the top. Quality on the ball, great left foot, had pace, could defend and create Enjoy your retirement mate.
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