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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6200 on: July 24, 2018, 03:41:51 PM »
Neil Ruddock refers to himself in the third person. Overheard on a train.
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6201 on: July 24, 2018, 03:42:46 PM »
Neil Ruddock refers to himself in the third person. Overheard on a train.

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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6202 on: September 22, 2018, 05:00:58 PM »
Sammy Lee at Runcorn Station early doors Thursday morning catching the same train to Euston. Stopped for a quick chat what a top bloke he is very warm and friendly.
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6203 on: September 30, 2018, 03:20:28 PM »
Was in The Tube last night in Mathew Street (shouldnt really be admitting to that!), anyway, Neil Ruddock was in there with a few fellas.

Given his reputation as a bit of a tit I was unsure about speaking to him, anyway I did and had a chat to him for about 5 minutes. Got to be honest, I take people as I find them and he was absolutely sound, chatted briefly about the Chelsea game and Sturridge's goal.

As I say, he has a reputation as a whopper but I must have caught him on a good night. Tell you this though, he's some bloody size!

Also, in a bizarre turn of events I ended up in the casino til 4am this morning and was on the roulette table with a guy who was apparently Kurt Zoma's best mate - he was loaded as well!  ::)
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6204 on: October 2, 2018, 05:50:23 PM »
Was in The Tube last night in Mathew Street (shouldnt really be admitting to that!), anyway, Neil Ruddock was in there with a few fellas.

Given his reputation as a bit of a tit I was unsure about speaking to him, anyway I did and had a chat to him for about 5 minutes. Got to be honest, I take people as I find them and he was absolutely sound, chatted briefly about the Chelsea game and Sturridge's goal.

As I say, he has a reputation as a whopper but I must have caught him on a good night. Tell you this though, he's some bloody size!

Also, in a bizarre turn of events I ended up in the casino til 4am this morning and was on the roulette table with a guy who was apparently Kurt Zoma's best mate - he was loaded as well!  ::)

I used to work behind the bar in the White Horse in Woolton. Very few famous faces ever came in. But one Sunday afternoon, Ruddock and Dom Matteo were in. Matteo had not established himself in the team at this point, and would sometimes make an appearance off the bench, only to be greeted with moans and groans. He had recently put off a call up to Scotland, hoping to get involved with the England set up, and Roy Evans told the Echo he was also eligible to play for Italy, which seemed hilarious at the time.

Anyway, Ruddock was massive, had to basically duck the glass shelf above the bar to put an order in. Some guy was in for dinner with his kids and sent his lad over to ask for Ruddock's autograph. He was nice about it, spoke to the lad (must have been about eight years old or so) and then once he'd signed whatever it was, he asked the kid if he wanted Matteo to sign it as well. The kid looked up at Matteo and said "Why? Who are you?"
Matteo looked down and mumbled. "I'm Dominic Matteo. I play for Liverpool, too. Sometimes." The kid didn't look convinced, but the rest of the pub was in bits.
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6205 on: October 2, 2018, 06:14:21 PM »
^ ha ha - were you still there when Gazza was at Everton, that was his local wasn't it?

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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6206 on: October 3, 2018, 02:59:45 PM »
^ ha ha - were you still there when Gazza was at Everton, that was his local wasn't it?

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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6207 on: October 3, 2018, 05:01:53 PM »
Was in The Tube last night in Mathew Street (shouldnt really be admitting to that!), anyway, Neil Ruddock was in there with a few fellas.

Given his reputation as a bit of a tit I was unsure about speaking to him, anyway I did and had a chat to him for about 5 minutes. Got to be honest, I take people as I find them and he was absolutely sound, chatted briefly about the Chelsea game and Sturridge's goal.

As I say, he has a reputation as a whopper but I must have caught him on a good night. Tell you this though, he's some bloody size!

Also, in a bizarre turn of events I ended up in the casino til 4am this morning and was on the roulette table with a guy who was apparently Kurt Zoma's best mate - he was loaded as well!  ::)

Take as you find I suppose. I found him to be a fucking whopper of the highest order when I met him. Perhaps I caught on a bad day then but would have happily "caught" him one when I met him.
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6208 on: October 3, 2018, 05:46:24 PM »
Take as you find I suppose. I found him to be a fucking whopper of the highest order when I met him. Perhaps I caught on a bad day then but would have happily "caught" him one when I met him.

I recorded Neil Ruddock before a game at the old Wembley, doing a voice ident for some radio show back in the day. All I remember about him was that he he called himself "Neil 'Razor' Ruddock". Like "Hi, this is Neil 'Razor' Ruddock and you're listening to [whatever the name of the show was, on Five Live probably]."

He called himself Razor, and it was funny. He also pronounced Ruddock 'Rudockhhhh', because he was trying to be cool.

We also tried to get Jamie Redknapp saying "Hi, I'm Jamie Redknapp, and I'm GORGEOUS, and you're listening to [whatever the show was]." But he wouldn't do it, ha ha!

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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6209 on: October 3, 2018, 06:06:52 PM »
Take as you find I suppose. I found him to be a fucking whopper of the highest order when I met him. Perhaps I caught on a bad day then but would have happily "caught" him one when I met him.

He used to act like a knob in The Grapes in Formby when he was knocking around with his fancy piece.
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6210 on: October 3, 2018, 07:03:04 PM »
He used to act like a knob in The Grapes in Formby when he was knocking around with his fancy piece.

Yes, the day he had his Porsche 'stolen' and wrecked on the bypass springs to mind. He had spent all day in the Grapes, which wasn't unusual for him.

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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6211 on: October 4, 2018, 12:45:36 AM »
I remember reading this post when it was first posted and no replies

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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6212 on: October 4, 2018, 01:03:08 AM »
I remember reading this post when it was first posted and no replies

12 years ago almost to the day, scary stuff

Bloody hell.

I loved Mo, and thought he played far more times for us than he did. He really hasn’t played much at all during his career. Seems he’s playing in Hong Kong now. What’s their Asda?
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6213 on: October 4, 2018, 02:07:55 AM »
Bloody hell.

I loved Mo, and thought he played far more times for us than he did. He really hasn’t played much at all during his career. Seems he’s playing in Hong Kong now. What’s their Asda?

I always thought that eye injury prevented him going further, nearly went blind

As for Hong Kong, you’ll do well to find an ASDA
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6214 on: October 4, 2018, 07:19:46 PM »
Vladimir Smicer was watching the game in the pub I was in in London last night. Had a decent chat with him afterwards.
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6215 on: October 4, 2018, 11:09:35 PM »
I remember reading this post when it was first posted and no replies

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Getting back on the supermarket theme...

Joe Gomez (like myself) has utterly woeful shopping habits - he's in the Mather Avenue Tesco almost every day ;D  Used to see Ragnar Klavan in there quite often too - he had a cracking petrol coloured mac.

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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6216 on: November 12, 2018, 08:33:51 PM »
Going to Scotland this morning, got to Wigan.
There at the top of the stairs was Fat Sam and Little Sam. Overnight bags and suit carriers.
Had the look of a job interview. Wife thought they were speaking at a sportsman’s dinner, but why both Sams together? Looked a bit like a “me and my associate” can fix your team!
They got off at Edinburgh Waverley, so it isn’t Celtic.
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6217 on: November 12, 2018, 08:37:32 PM »
Going to Scotland this morning, got to Wigan.
There at the top of the stairs was Fat Sam and Little Sam. Overnight bags and suit carriers.
Had the look of a job interview. Wife thought they were speaking at a sportsman’s dinner, but why both Sams together? Looked a bit like a “me and my associate” can fix your team!
They got off at Edinburgh Waverley, so it isn’t Celtic.
D’ye reckon the Scottish FA have bought shares in a vineyard



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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6218 on: November 12, 2018, 08:38:53 PM »
New Hibs boss? There’s not a coin that’s been minted that coul debt Fat Sam’s bonce.

Unless fat Sam has adopted little Sam, why else are they together.
Was thinking Hibs, but have they the readies?
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6219 on: November 12, 2018, 08:40:33 PM »
All the payoffs he's had, doubt he'd lower himself to that league would he. Some mug in the premier league or championship will be in for him soon enough  ::)
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6220 on: November 12, 2018, 10:04:15 PM »
Unless fat Sam has adopted little Sam, why else are they together.
Was thinking Hibs, but have they the readies?

What about the Scottish National Team job?
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6221 on: November 13, 2018, 08:08:12 AM »
What about the Scottish National Team job?

Have they got the players to suit Sam's more expansive style of football?


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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6222 on: November 13, 2018, 09:21:04 AM »
Unless fat Sam has adopted little Sam, why else are they together.
Was thinking Hibs, but have they the readies?

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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6223 on: November 13, 2018, 09:26:19 AM »
The location might be irrelevant.

If you're Fulham and you want to hire him, I don't think you're meeting him in a hotel on the Kings Road.
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6224 on: November 13, 2018, 12:58:50 PM »
Going to Scotland this morning, got to Wigan.
There at the top of the stairs was Fat Sam and Little Sam. Overnight bags and suit carriers.
Had the look of a job interview. Wife thought they were speaking at a sportsman’s dinner, but why both Sams together? Looked a bit like a “me and my associate” can fix your team!
They got off at Edinburgh Waverley, so it isn’t Celtic.
D’ye reckon the Scottish FA have bought shares in a vineyard

Could be a coaching course, or a sportsman's dinner. Anyone based up these who has worked with Sam in the past?
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6225 on: November 13, 2018, 01:06:11 PM »
Could be a coaching course, or a sportsman's dinner. Anyone based up these who has worked with Sam in the past?

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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6226 on: November 13, 2018, 02:04:34 PM »
Wine tasting?

Yes, the two Sams traveling the country just for fun. It could be better than the trip if done right.

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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6227 on: November 13, 2018, 02:05:51 PM »
Yes, the two Sams traveling the country just for fun. It could be better than the trip if done right.

Full pints are compulsory for getting a real taste of things...
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6228 on: November 30, 2018, 06:24:40 PM »
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6229 on: March 14, 2019, 07:51:48 AM »
Graeme Souness is sitting 10 yards away in Dublin airport. Was probably over commentating on last night’s match.
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6230 on: March 14, 2019, 08:49:38 AM »
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6231 on: March 22, 2019, 06:18:01 PM »
Was loitering  at Euston yesterday waiting  for the train to Lime St.  Who do i see stood out of the way, unnoticed?  Ian Rush, went over had a chat proper nice fella, last time i met him i was 9 years old and he seemed so big stepping  off the team bus, this time i towered him. Told him he was my hero, a legend, and how i cried when he went  to Juve.
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6232 on: March 22, 2019, 06:34:17 PM »
Was in The Tube last night in Mathew Street (shouldnt really be admitting to that!), anyway, Neil Ruddock was in there with a few fellas.

Given his reputation as a bit of a tit I was unsure about speaking to him, anyway I did and had a chat to him for about 5 minutes. Got to be honest, I take people as I find them and he was absolutely sound, chatted briefly about the Chelsea game and Sturridge's goal.

As I say, he has a reputation as a whopper but I must have caught him on a good night. Tell you this though, he's some bloody size!

Also, in a bizarre turn of events I ended up in the casino til 4am this morning and was on the roulette table with a guy who was apparently Kurt Zoma's best mate - he was loaded as well!  ::)

He was sat next to me at the United game. My mate goes look theres Ruddock, I was like cant be arsed with him hes a bad tit.  Anyway he was fucking sound as.  Was dead friendly to everyone and a good laugh. 

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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6233 on: March 23, 2019, 06:25:54 PM »
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6234 on: March 23, 2019, 09:22:38 PM »
He was sat next to me at the United game. My mate goes look theres Ruddock, I was like cant be arsed with him hes a bad tit.  Anyway he was fucking sound as.  Was dead friendly to everyone and a good laugh. 

Top fella is Razor, I was at a Black Tie dinner in Manchester a couple of years ago and he was the guest speaker, any way after his bit was done he was wandering around and heard me and a few of the other lads on our table had scouse accents so promptly pulled up a chair and sat with us the rest of the night, funny as fuck and a belting lad, after the dinner finished he went into Manchester with us as well
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6235 on: March 24, 2019, 08:21:09 AM »
Top fella is Razor, I was at a Black Tie dinner in Manchester a couple of years ago and he was the guest speaker, any way after his bit was done he was wandering around and heard me and a few of the other lads on our table had scouse accents so promptly pulled up a chair and sat with us the rest of the night, funny as fuck and a belting lad, after the dinner finished he went into Manchester with us as well

He's a bellend. Met him a long time ago when he was still playing for us. Stuffing his face with Big Macs he was, like the fat pig he is.
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6236 on: March 25, 2019, 09:47:21 AM »
Top fella is Razor, I was at a Black Tie dinner in Manchester a couple of years ago and he was the guest speaker, any way after his bit was done he was wandering around and heard me and a few of the other lads on our table had scouse accents so promptly pulled up a chair and sat with us the rest of the night, funny as fuck and a belting lad, after the dinner finished he went into Manchester with us as well

Ruddock was symptomatic of the ill discipline and wasted talent of that mid-90's team. Just take a look at his performance in the 3-0 deafest against Strasbourg away in the UEFA Cup in 1997. Performance was one of the most shambolic I've ever seen for Liverpool.

As sounds as he may have been that night with you, Ruddock is someone who looked like he took the piss when he played for us and it showed in some of his performances.
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Re: Guess who I just met in the Asda?
« Reply #6237 on: March 25, 2019, 01:15:30 PM »
Ruddock was symptomatic of the ill discipline and wasted talent of that mid-90's team. Just take a look at his performance in the 3-0 deafest against Strasbourg away in the UEFA Cup in 1997. Performance was one of the most shambolic I've ever seen for Liverpool.

As sounds as he may have been that night with you, Ruddock is someone who looked like he took the piss when he played for us and it showed in some of his performances.
Every time I went to The Grapes in Formby he seemed to be in there in on the ale.  He never came across as a model professional, that's for sure. He's probably great to have a night out with, but I'm not sure his lifestyle when he played for us did him any favours. I know we've had a fair few drinkers playing for us over the years. Many ex players were no saints. Some were good enough to get away with it I suppose and still managed to perform at a high level.
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Richard Dunne of all people.

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Ronald koeman in the airport this morning

Didn’t get chance to tell him he was too good for Everton