Post by jimigoodwinsbeard on Jun 30, 2011 8:25:15 GMT
Just seen the sentinel and the sad news of Stephen Foster dying (i'm pretty certain he posted on here as winger? - correct me if wrong). 'She stood there laughing' was first 'stoke-related' book i'd read and thoroughly enjoyable it was too. RIP and condolences to his family.
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He broke my shin pad and cut my left shin to ribbons with a studs up challenge. It hurt like hell, but I couldn’t show it. I carried on playing until half time and when I came into the dressing room Micky Bernard was sick because he could see my shin bone.
I told Doc Crowe, “Just strap it, cause I’m gonna do the bastard.” There was revenge to be had.
Really terrible news, RIP Winger , condolences to all his friends and family.
Loved 'She stood there laughing' and I still say 'Reading ffs (the full version) when trying to describe following Stoke home and away back in the day. It perfectly summed things up for me. Very sad news.