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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39640 on: May 25, 2015, 04:56:01 pm »
Here you go Mags and Doc, used to call it ' sticky lice'

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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39641 on: May 25, 2015, 05:00:57 pm »
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39642 on: May 25, 2015, 05:21:18 pm »
I think it was quite common {at least in Scotland} to have a slope like that at the goalmouth for drainage.

I remember playing on pitches like that as a kid. Rugby Park also had the disability cars round the edge when it was an oval. My first game at RP was in the early 70s and it was one of those grounds that the fans swapped ends at half-time {when suitable}. A certain Kenny Dalglish scored the goal in a 1-0 victory for Celtic. I looked the match report up online and there was a mention of crowd trouble, which I have no recollection of. I wouldn't be surprised if it was related to the changing of ends though.
We had a similar slope at Anfield in the goalmouths. In the late sixties, maybe 1970 or so, we played Man U at Anfield. It was the only time I ever saw George Best play a blinder against us. He was usually anonymous. Anyway he scored two goals, one a header from a corner at the Anfield Road end. I don't remember the other one. Roger Hunt pulled one back but late on Best rounded our goalie (almost certainly Tommy Lawrence) in the inside right channel. He was forced a bit wide but confidently rolled it towards the empty net for his hat-trick. I was still in the Paddock in those days and his shot was rolled towards the Kop goal and I was right behind it. I could clearly see that the six-yard box seemed to be raised and, sure enough, the camber in the goalmouth made the ball roll wide of an empty net. It looked like a terrible miss but there was nothing the lad could do about it. I suppose if he'd hit it harder he probably would have scored but it was as slow as a putt in golf

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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39643 on: May 25, 2015, 05:27:29 pm »
Yeah they used to build up the ground level in the goalmouths at Anfield at the beginning of the season. By the end of the season Tommy Lawrence had compressed it back to ground level again.
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39644 on: May 25, 2015, 05:30:53 pm »
KAY-LIE is ringing a bell.  Was there a similar name for something that looked like a twig and you bit bits off it?  Mind you, we were brassic so it could actually have been just a twig.  ;D

And liquorice by the yard that used to turn your tongue black. 

Kay-lie was the tarty sugary dip stuff - the twig you're thinking of was liquorice root! Ah just saw the earlier post showing .  . .. twigs!! ::) ::)



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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39645 on: May 25, 2015, 06:43:00 pm »
Ken Bates, cracking fella, bought it for a nuclear then wanted even else to pay for it, if he wasn't electrocuting them!
Aye, Not all bad old Ken, frying Chelsea fans.

I think I was at that game. My memories not all it used to be, but I think it ended up 4-1 to Man U, and Best was immense, ran our defence ragged. Tommy Smith tried to kick lumps out of him, but couldn't get near him. If I remember rightly, there's a picture of Best standing over Smith with the ball, telling Smith to get up and have another go.

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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39646 on: May 25, 2015, 06:46:51 pm »
My memories like a sieve lately, can't remember or concentrate on, fuck all. But here's something to make you think... I was 58 today. I was checking and clearing my emails this morning. There was one wishing me a happy birthday, from Go Compare dot com, and one from the Co-Op offering me a cheap deal on a funeral.
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39647 on: May 25, 2015, 07:00:55 pm »
I'm sure that's Toulouse Lautrec there.
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39648 on: May 25, 2015, 07:04:10 pm »
Thank you for the twig info mateys  :-* :wave  I'd forgotten about that sweetshop so cheers for reminding me Doc.

I'm sure we used to do that at Anfield, via the paddock, which was only feasible for reserve matches. On the other hand that could just be false memory syndrome.

We did change ends.  But my memory is that the paddock stayed static, and the changing took place via what is now the front of the Lower Centinary.  In those days it was the Kemlyn Stand (where my Dad used to take me when I was little), but it was raised with steps below down to the side of the pitch. 
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39649 on: May 25, 2015, 07:05:26 pm »
And Happy Birthday Fats.  Many of 'em mate.  Mwah.
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39650 on: May 25, 2015, 07:17:32 pm »
My memories like a sieve lately, can't remember or concentrate on, fuck all. But here's something to make you think... I was 58 today. I was checking and clearing my emails this morning. There was one wishing me a happy birthday, from Go Compare dot com, and one from the Co-Op offering me a cheap deal on a funeral.
Tell 'em you're not dying to make a deal just yet, ta very much, fuck off.
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39651 on: May 25, 2015, 07:41:47 pm »
Thanks Girls. I thought it was rather funny. But I didn't take up either offer.
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39652 on: May 25, 2015, 07:53:00 pm »
My memories like a sieve lately, can't remember or concentrate on, fuck all. But here's something to make you think... I was 58 today. I was checking and clearing my emails this morning. There was one wishing me a happy birthday, from Go Compare dot com, and one from the Co-Op offering me a cheap deal on a funeral.

Can't say no-one gave you a thought though can yer? Happy  birthday mate!!

Well what can yer say to that!! SOMEONE was thinking of you matey but tell 'em to stick it Leo. You ain't goin' no place for a long while buddy!! All the best wishes and happy returns of the day!!
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39653 on: May 25, 2015, 08:05:46 pm »
My memories like a sieve lately, can't remember or concentrate on, fuck all. But here's something to make you think... I was 58 today. I was checking and clearing my emails this morning. There was one wishing me a happy birthday, from Go Compare dot com, and one from the Co-Op offering me a cheap deal on a funeral.

Enjoy this one and get the dancin' boots polished up and ready for the next one... ;) :thumbup
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39654 on: May 25, 2015, 08:40:26 pm »
Happy Birthday Leo.

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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39655 on: May 25, 2015, 08:57:30 pm »
Thanks folks. I only posted it because I thought it was funny. I'm in a great mood. I'd be out on the bladder if I could, but I'm too busy anyway. Can't say I miss them hangovers, either.

I went to a bit of a do yesterday afternoon, christening. I was only there about half hour, had other things to do. Sister phones me up this morning, apologised to me. I was baffled to say the least. You'd have to know me sister. I've never heard her say Sorry to anyone in her life, just kicks off more when she knows she's in the wrong. Besides that, I'd had a good laugh with her and she hadn't done a thing wrong... the ale, eh.
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39656 on: May 25, 2015, 09:42:05 pm »
Happy Birthday FS, Here is one of the three before eight for you, way, way back in this thread we had a chinwag with Ray about this and the other great Northern Soul tracks.....

https://youtu.be/4wBy9oWBJBI

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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39657 on: May 25, 2015, 10:23:55 pm »
I'll bet its nice out there tonight

Called in to say:


Worst defeat since 1963!!!

Did we sack the manager then? Maybe we should have. Wonder who he was???
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39658 on: May 25, 2015, 10:43:06 pm »
Worst defeat since 1963!!!

Did we sack the manager then?
More indications that it was a different world:
Lost 7-2 to Spurs but we'd beaten them 5-2 three days earlier.
Beat Man Utd 1-0 in the middle.
Three games in four days!
Tell the youngsters that today.......

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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39659 on: May 25, 2015, 10:58:35 pm »
More indications that it was a different world:
Lost 7-2 to Spurs but we'd beaten them 5-2 three days earlier.
Beat Man Utd 1-0 in the middle.
Three games in four days!
Tell the youngsters that today.......

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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39660 on: May 25, 2015, 11:26:51 pm »
Happy returns, Leo. So you're still a kid then eh? :wave
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39661 on: May 25, 2015, 11:33:03 pm »
Oh yeah, I nearly forgot - happy birthday yer fat, baldy git.
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39662 on: May 26, 2015, 12:24:34 am »
Happy returns, Leo. So you're still a kid then eh? :wave
Aye, just a fat, baldy headed urchin of 58 short summers. It's all go though, ozzie tomorra, hopefully results of the biopsy, and I'll be gettin the Burmos and nylon vest out again...
Happy Birthday FS, Here is one of the three before eight for you, way, way back in this thread we had a chinwag with Ray about this and the other great Northern Soul tracks.....

https://youtu.be/4wBy9oWBJBI
Nice one, mate. Long time, indeed.


Anyway, if you think it's bad out there, I've been on Twitter a few times today. It's not my cup of tea, anyway. But I've been trying to get in touch with someone. So I'm sending messages out, and was daft enough to get into defending the manager over the players. The mods would have worn the ban button out. Funniest one, I got a lecture on Shankly and Socialism. Oh well, that's the internet.
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39663 on: May 26, 2015, 06:24:56 am »
More indications that it was a different world:
Lost 7-2 to Spurs but we'd beaten them 5-2 three days earlier.
Beat Man Utd 1-0 in the middle.
Three games in four days!
Tell the youngsters that today.......
No subject or personal pronoun.
No verb.
No verb!

(Happy Birthday, Leo!)
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39664 on: May 26, 2015, 07:54:56 am »
Thanks folks. I only posted it because I thought it was funny. I'm in a great mood. I'd be out on the bladder if I could, but I'm too busy anyway. Can't say I miss them hangovers, either.

I went to a bit of a do yesterday afternoon, christening. I was only there about half hour, had other things to do. Sister phones me up this morning, apologised to me. I was baffled to say the least. You'd have to know me sister. I've never heard her say Sorry to anyone in her life, just kicks off more when she knows she's in the wrong. Besides that, I'd had a good laugh with her and she hadn't done a thing wrong... the ale, eh.


Happy Birthday mate, bit late but just as sincere, hope you had a good day, sounds like you did, keep in there swinging
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39665 on: May 26, 2015, 11:27:49 am »
No verb!
Right, where's that report to moderator button thing.
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39666 on: May 26, 2015, 11:33:23 am »
Hope you had a happy birthday Leo. Did you ever go in to Moneypenny's shop on Nethy Road when you were a kid? It was like going in to the black hole of Calcutta, it was always chocka. Whenever I got sent  there on a message I used to worm me way to the front and try and attract the attention of the shop-keeper, Albert Moneypenny, a thin faced bald old man, wearing national health type round glasses. He always wore a brown coat like Arkwright in 'open all hours' and permanently seemed to have a cheese cutting wire around his neck . he used to have to chase the cat off the cheese when he was cutting it. Us kids use to take the piss out of him because his hands were always shaking (possibly shell- shock?) and it was quite scary watching him on the bacon slicer.
He was a dab hand at dislodging packets of cornflakes etc off the top shelf with one of those window opening poles with the hook on the end it was great watching the box slide down the pole, right in to his hand.(this was before colour telly!) It always took ages getting served as he always served the women first and ignored us kids. He used to have a little note-pad and a little stub of a pencil and if it was a big order he used to write it down and reckon it up.Thankfully we didn't get to go in there much because he had a big sign on the wall saying something like,'Please do not ask for credit as refusal often offends'. Meaning I had to treck up to Heyworth Street, to certain shops where I was told to ask politely for   whatever was required than say,'me mum says can she pay you on friday?Happy days!
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39667 on: May 26, 2015, 01:22:11 pm »
Oh yeah, I nearly forgot - happy birthday yer fat, baldy git.

My Birthday is not until August mate
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39668 on: May 26, 2015, 01:36:51 pm »
My Birthday is not until August mate
;D

 Yeah, should have been more specific there - that probably applies to most of us on here, even Mags.
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39669 on: May 26, 2015, 01:53:36 pm »
Me hands up for the git part. :wave

Soz.













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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39670 on: May 26, 2015, 09:05:59 pm »
Thank you Vic. And watch out, Doc. She'll have you.

As for birthdays, anyone remember mad Harry Trow? Sound fella, H. I've just been chatting to him, 67 today, still riding the funky moped. He's getting one of them Hell's Angels jackets... The Brothers of Arthritis.

Nice one Pooley. I do remember that shop. But mate, the lads in our family never got the sent the shop. The girls took care of all that. Not that I want to kick Jam Butty and Mags off. They just didn't trust us. Not that we'd rob them, oh dear no. But we were all thick. The girls rang rings round us and to the shop and back quicker.

Brought back memories though, does anybody remember that Fish Paste gear, the pink slimey stuff? And Brawn. I liked Fish Paste but hated that Brawn, snot on a plate. But I always remember big slabs of them in the shops, getting a bit sliced off and wrapped in grease proof paper.

And I did rob me Ma once. I didn't mean to. Me an our George were waiting for a mate to come out and go to school. John Thomas his name was, not a wind up. That was his name. Me Ma came out of his house, told us to get to school. We waited for Thomo and spotted a ten bob note on the floor. I honestly didn't know me Ma had just borrowed it from Thomo's Ma. We fucked off to Southport, got back about 10 oclock that night. I always remember it. I had one of them little winky black dolls, remember them with the winky eyes. I got home and held it out as a peace offering. Me Ma sussed I'd had the ten bob and me Da's tea away, oh dear indeed. Them hidings back then. Me Ma would have got thrown out the Gestapo for cruelty.
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39671 on: May 26, 2015, 11:11:15 pm »
Thank you Vic. And watch out, Doc. She'll have you.

As for birthdays, anyone remember mad Harry Trow? Sound fella, H. I've just been chatting to him, 67 today, still riding the funky moped. He's getting one of them Hell's Angels jackets... The Brothers of Arthritis.

Nice one Pooley. I do remember that shop. But mate, the lads in our family never got the sent the shop. The girls took care of all that. Not that I want to kick Jam Butty and Mags off. They just didn't trust us. Not that we'd rob them, oh dear no. But we were all thick. The girls rang rings round us and to the shop and back quicker.

Brought back memories though, does anybody remember that Fish Paste gear, the pink slimey stuff? And Brawn. I liked Fish Paste but hated that Brawn, snot on a plate. But I always remember big slabs of them in the shops, getting a bit sliced off and wrapped in grease proof paper.

And I did rob me Ma once. I didn't mean to. Me an our George were waiting for a mate to come out and go to school. John Thomas his name was, not a wind up. That was his name. Me Ma came out of his house, told us to get to school. We waited for Thomo and spotted a ten bob note on the floor. I honestly didn't know me Ma had just borrowed it from Thomo's Ma. We fucked off to Southport, got back about 10 oclock that night. I always remember it. I had one of them little winky black dolls, remember them with the winky eyes. I got home and held it out as a peace offering. Me Ma sussed I'd had the ten bob and me Da's tea away, oh dear indeed. Them hidings back then. Me Ma would have got thrown out the Gestapo for cruelty.

Doesn't seem to have done you much harm. Ten bob was worth an arm and a leg for us.
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39672 on: May 27, 2015, 12:39:01 am »
Doesn't seem to have done you much harm. Ten bob was worth an arm and a leg for us.
Ten bob was enough to feed us all for the rest of the week. But I'm only just sitting down properly 50 years on.
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39673 on: May 27, 2015, 02:10:40 am »
Watching Disney's Robin Hood cartoon t'other day w/ the ankle biters.

John's minions enter the hovel to collect the taxes.  Come out the door with a found farthing.

Taxpayer cries out "Oh please, don't take our farthing!  We've saved years to get that."

Can't be too many people left'd get that joke.
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39674 on: May 27, 2015, 07:25:38 am »
Back end of 1965 I took the future lady wife out on our second date to the local Club (Church club) for a quiet drink. It was towards the end of the month and back then as a civil servant I was paid monthly.
I had about 3 bob (shillings for the metric generation!) left in me pocket. I had ust bought us our drinks (me a pint and her an orange juice) and sat down when 10 minutes later in walks me mate Tony and his future missus. Straight away he shouts us another round of course - embarrassment is looming large.

So I leaned towards Josephine and whispered "Got any money with you?" She slipped me a 10bob note under the table - she was earning more than me back then - and as a result, face was saved!! I stood me round and a pleasant couple of hours was spent.

The footnote to that is Josephine still insists that I never paid her back. I remember it a bit differently o'course!!
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39675 on: May 27, 2015, 02:08:16 pm »
Ten bob was enough to feed us all for the rest of the week. But I'm only just sitting down properly 50 years on.
At our house it was an honour when me Ma choice you to go the shops for her.

First time she sent me off I run with a ten bob note in one hand and the list in the other,get to the shops and all I got is the list,took me two hours of searching before I dared go home...

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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39676 on: May 27, 2015, 07:36:39 pm »
One of the most underappreciated RnR bands.

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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39677 on: May 27, 2015, 08:46:50 pm »
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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39678 on: May 27, 2015, 09:10:14 pm »
I know a few of you guys on here will appreciate this , just got home from work, ongoing austerity protest going on in liverpool city centre not the biggest group but between them and I think a splinter group of love activists it's a lively affair with van loads of plod chasing all over, bit like united semi final in early eightees!!

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Re: Shanklyboy's auld arse thread.
« Reply #39679 on: May 27, 2015, 10:27:14 pm »
Fuckinell whoever is landed with modding that transfer forum is in for a long hard summer
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