Bunny, so surprised to hear about your Dad's passing, having spoken to him a few weeks ago, when he seemed his usual cheery self.
My condolences to all the family. I'm sure he was a great grandad, too, and the boys will miss him, but they'll be glad to have known and had fun and football chat with him. Happily, they'll remember him as he was, thanks to no debilitating ilness, which was a real blessing. May that and the early years of your support with Peter, inspire many happy memories.
'One moment in the first half summed up the bond that exists between Stoke's players and the supporters who follow them so fervently. To an almost bullring roar from The Britannia, Liverpool were pressed further and further back into their own territory by a chasing pack of opponents and an increasing sense of panic. The crowd loved it and so did Pulis and his players.'
Post by thepirehillpoet on Nov 25, 2012 21:38:05 GMT
Sad news Bunny, I had the pleasure of knowing your Father for some years, a true man and a great Stokie. This club of ours binds us all together, even when we are gone we are still Stoke, a fine post that does you credit. You are as good a man as he for your words for him Keep your chin up Son and always remember the fine man who was your Father. RIP Peter x