VIDEO: He's back! Stuart Attwell to return to Watford for the first time since 'ghost goal'

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On Saturday Stuart Attwell will referee his first Watford game since he gave the infamous 'ghost goal' against Reading more than five years ago.

Attwell, then just 25 years of age, and his assistant Nigel Bannister wrongly awarded Reading a goal following a corner despite the ball not being close to crossing the goal-line.

It was Saturday, September 20 2008 and Attwell has not been seen at Vicarage Road since.

The weekend match with Burnley will see Attwell joined by assistants Joe Clark and Richard Hulme. The fourth official will be Andy Woolmer.

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6:07pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Hornet Cornet says...

Hope he's been to Specsavers since then.

HC
Hope he's been to Specsavers since then. HC Hornet Cornet
  • Score: 5

6:12pm Mon 31 Mar 14

andyhooked says...

If we don't chant enough I bet the boos will be the loudest ever heard at the Vic!!!!!
If we don't chant enough I bet the boos will be the loudest ever heard at the Vic!!!!! andyhooked
  • Score: 5

6:30pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Bush Hornet says...

Did he ever apologise? Now might be a good time
Did he ever apologise? Now might be a good time Bush Hornet
  • Score: 9

7:02pm Mon 31 Mar 14

AndyHandShandy says...

Cue plenty of ironic cheers whenever the ball is within 6 foot of the goal!
Cue plenty of ironic cheers whenever the ball is within 6 foot of the goal! AndyHandShandy
  • Score: 11

7:07pm Mon 31 Mar 14

The BestTrip2011 says...

I'm not trying to defend Mr Atwell, but on the day the "goal" was given by Mr Bannister - the assistant referee, who indicated the ball had crossed the goal-line.
Mr Atwell did the right thing in going over to the touchline and consulting with Mr Bannister who was adamant he had seen the ball cross the line. As he would have had a better lateral view than Mr Atwell and was convinced of what he had seen the goal was awarded.
It was a freak occasion and one which we are unlikely to see again.
I'm not trying to defend Mr Atwell, but on the day the "goal" was given by Mr Bannister - the assistant referee, who indicated the ball had crossed the goal-line. Mr Atwell did the right thing in going over to the touchline and consulting with Mr Bannister who was adamant he had seen the ball cross the line. As he would have had a better lateral view than Mr Atwell and was convinced of what he had seen the goal was awarded. It was a freak occasion and one which we are unlikely to see again. The BestTrip2011
  • Score: -22

7:17pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Bush Hornet says...

The BestTrip2011 wrote:
I'm not trying to defend Mr Atwell, but on the day the "goal" was given by Mr Bannister - the assistant referee, who indicated the ball had crossed the goal-line.
Mr Atwell did the right thing in going over to the touchline and consulting with Mr Bannister who was adamant he had seen the ball cross the line. As he would have had a better lateral view than Mr Atwell and was convinced of what he had seen the goal was awarded.
It was a freak occasion and one which we are unlikely to see again.
Nah. Atwell was completely to blame. He was responsible for taking the linesman's word for it when no one else on the pitch, no other official, no one else ANYWHERE saw a goal. He needs to get on twitter and plea forgiveness before Saturday
[quote][p][bold]The BestTrip2011[/bold] wrote: I'm not trying to defend Mr Atwell, but on the day the "goal" was given by Mr Bannister - the assistant referee, who indicated the ball had crossed the goal-line. Mr Atwell did the right thing in going over to the touchline and consulting with Mr Bannister who was adamant he had seen the ball cross the line. As he would have had a better lateral view than Mr Atwell and was convinced of what he had seen the goal was awarded. It was a freak occasion and one which we are unlikely to see again.[/p][/quote]Nah. Atwell was completely to blame. He was responsible for taking the linesman's word for it when no one else on the pitch, no other official, no one else ANYWHERE saw a goal. He needs to get on twitter and plea forgiveness before Saturday Bush Hornet
  • Score: 19

7:40pm Mon 31 Mar 14

rousman 2 says...

Another great decision by the football league.
Another great decision by the football league. rousman 2
  • Score: 11

7:48pm Mon 31 Mar 14

goldanboy says...

I blame FA, Bannister, Atwell and Reading (Nolan), in that order. The FA put a 25 year old in charge, who took the advice of an older official. To this day I'm sure most opposition teams would have said a word to the ref. Shame the East stand's not up, as this would have been a definite sell out. I might take a vow of silence on Thursday and Friday, then sink eight pints on Saturday for the game. Funny thing is other than Lloyd, none of the team will have a clue what's all the fuss about.
I blame FA, Bannister, Atwell and Reading (Nolan), in that order. The FA put a 25 year old in charge, who took the advice of an older official. To this day I'm sure most opposition teams would have said a word to the ref. Shame the East stand's not up, as this would have been a definite sell out. I might take a vow of silence on Thursday and Friday, then sink eight pints on Saturday for the game. Funny thing is other than Lloyd, none of the team will have a clue what's all the fuss about. goldanboy
  • Score: 12

7:55pm Mon 31 Mar 14

The BestTrip2011 says...

Amidst the inevitable boos towards the official I hope we all stand to a man and applaud Sean Dyche.
Amidst the inevitable boos towards the official I hope we all stand to a man and applaud Sean Dyche. The BestTrip2011
  • Score: 38

8:03pm Mon 31 Mar 14

allgood says...

The BestTrip2011 wrote:
I'm not trying to defend Mr Atwell, but on the day the "goal" was given by Mr Bannister - the assistant referee, who indicated the ball had crossed the goal-line.
Mr Atwell did the right thing in going over to the touchline and consulting with Mr Bannister who was adamant he had seen the ball cross the line. As he would have had a better lateral view than Mr Atwell and was convinced of what he had seen the goal was awarded.
It was a freak occasion and one which we are unlikely to see again.
Had we won it wouldn't have been such a big deal. Atwell could have made amends by not giving Reading a debatable late penalty that gained them a point.
[quote][p][bold]The BestTrip2011[/bold] wrote: I'm not trying to defend Mr Atwell, but on the day the "goal" was given by Mr Bannister - the assistant referee, who indicated the ball had crossed the goal-line. Mr Atwell did the right thing in going over to the touchline and consulting with Mr Bannister who was adamant he had seen the ball cross the line. As he would have had a better lateral view than Mr Atwell and was convinced of what he had seen the goal was awarded. It was a freak occasion and one which we are unlikely to see again.[/p][/quote]Had we won it wouldn't have been such a big deal. Atwell could have made amends by not giving Reading a debatable late penalty that gained them a point. allgood
  • Score: 6

8:16pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Dollyhat says...

And Steve Coppell should have instructed his team to let us have a ' walk in' goal. Lost all respect for the man ever since.
And Steve Coppell should have instructed his team to let us have a ' walk in' goal. Lost all respect for the man ever since. Dollyhat
  • Score: 41

8:31pm Mon 31 Mar 14

bigdave8 says...

Large comedy glasses on order for Saturdays game . Hope they turn up in time !!!
Large comedy glasses on order for Saturdays game . Hope they turn up in time !!! bigdave8
  • Score: 6

8:37pm Mon 31 Mar 14

bigdave8 says...

£1.89 from amazon bargain . Would be amusing if the whole rookery had them on when he walked out
£1.89 from amazon bargain . Would be amusing if the whole rookery had them on when he walked out bigdave8
  • Score: 13

8:44pm Mon 31 Mar 14

SuperHorn says...

He is gonna be ABSOLUTELY slaughtered by the fans. Brave man but mad
He is gonna be ABSOLUTELY slaughtered by the fans. Brave man but mad SuperHorn
  • Score: 6

8:53pm Mon 31 Mar 14

monkhorn says...

Is this not an early April fools joke. I can't believe they would let him come back to Vicarage Road in what is still a big game for both clubs. Wouldn't be surprised if this is a wind up by the Watford Observer, although I'm starting to feel that this is actually true.
Is this not an early April fools joke. I can't believe they would let him come back to Vicarage Road in what is still a big game for both clubs. Wouldn't be surprised if this is a wind up by the Watford Observer, although I'm starting to feel that this is actually true. monkhorn
  • Score: 3

9:56pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Ramageland says...

The referee made the biggest mistake of his career but the Reading players also take plenty of blame - they knew the ball never went anywhere near the goal and still had the nerve to go with the decision.

I seem to remember the GBH-inflicting hoof merchant Stephen Hunt trying to justify why it was a goal afterwards, and the tediously dour Coppell explaining why they never let us walk the ball into the net from kickoff. If that had happened in the Prem there would have been uproar. Didn't like Reading before, like them even less since.

By the way, does Eustace still have that on his record as an OG?
The referee made the biggest mistake of his career but the Reading players also take plenty of blame - they knew the ball never went anywhere near the goal and still had the nerve to go with the decision. I seem to remember the GBH-inflicting hoof merchant Stephen Hunt trying to justify why it was a goal afterwards, and the tediously dour Coppell explaining why they never let us walk the ball into the net from kickoff. If that had happened in the Prem there would have been uproar. Didn't like Reading before, like them even less since. By the way, does Eustace still have that on his record as an OG? Ramageland
  • Score: 8

9:59pm Mon 31 Mar 14

FelixTheHorn says...

"You owe us a goal,
you owe us a goaall,
you're blind and stupid,
you owe us a goal."
"You owe us a goal, you owe us a goaall, you're blind and stupid, you owe us a goal." FelixTheHorn
  • Score: 18

10:01pm Mon 31 Mar 14

francowatford says...

I bet my budgie he will give us a penalty to say sorry and the penalty will be a dodgy one
I bet my budgie he will give us a penalty to say sorry and the penalty will be a dodgy one francowatford
  • Score: 0

10:09pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Hornet Cornet says...

francowatford wrote:
I bet my budgie he will give us a penalty to say sorry and the penalty will be a dodgy one
Does your budgie do betting?

HC
[quote][p][bold]francowatford[/bold] wrote: I bet my budgie he will give us a penalty to say sorry and the penalty will be a dodgy one[/p][/quote]Does your budgie do betting? HC Hornet Cornet
  • Score: 4

11:25pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Vespa Crabro says...

We need a fly past with a "Specsavers" advertising banner......
We need a fly past with a "Specsavers" advertising banner...... Vespa Crabro
  • Score: 5

11:39pm Mon 31 Mar 14

Roger Joslyn says...

Gotta be a wind up by the WO or the League are nuts to let Atwell ever referee a Watford game again. He will get dogs abuse throughout the game and it will ruin what will probably be a great game and so important for both clubs.
Gotta be a wind up by the WO or the League are nuts to let Atwell ever referee a Watford game again. He will get dogs abuse throughout the game and it will ruin what will probably be a great game and so important for both clubs. Roger Joslyn
  • Score: 4

12:02am Tue 1 Apr 14

SuperHorns says...

Dont why he should be slaughtered. We all make mistakes and as a ref you know in his career he also will make a few.
Look if we are professional to him, he will be to us. I dont expect another ghost goal anyway.
Dont why he should be slaughtered. We all make mistakes and as a ref you know in his career he also will make a few. Look if we are professional to him, he will be to us. I dont expect another ghost goal anyway. SuperHorns
  • Score: -19

1:30am Tue 1 Apr 14

Terry Dactile says...

SuperHorns wrote:
Dont why he should be slaughtered. We all make mistakes and as a ref you know in his career he also will make a few.
Look if we are professional to him, he will be to us. I dont expect another ghost goal anyway.
No, were you there?? He deserves all he gets, stupid to ever put him back at the Vic and stupid of him to turn up!!
[quote][p][bold]SuperHorns[/bold] wrote: Dont why he should be slaughtered. We all make mistakes and as a ref you know in his career he also will make a few. Look if we are professional to him, he will be to us. I dont expect another ghost goal anyway.[/p][/quote]No, were you there?? He deserves all he gets, stupid to ever put him back at the Vic and stupid of him to turn up!! Terry Dactile
  • Score: 7

7:28am Tue 1 Apr 14

demerit says...

Dollyhat wrote:
And Steve Coppell should have instructed his team to let us have a ' walk in' goal. Lost all respect for the man ever since.
Totally agree. I fully expected I to happen.
[quote][p][bold]Dollyhat[/bold] wrote: And Steve Coppell should have instructed his team to let us have a ' walk in' goal. Lost all respect for the man ever since.[/p][/quote]Totally agree. I fully expected I to happen. demerit
  • Score: 10

7:59am Tue 1 Apr 14

mkhornet says...

Booing the guy will only make it likely he'll give other decisions against us. For god sake it was 5 years ago lets's move on!
Booing the guy will only make it likely he'll give other decisions against us. For god sake it was 5 years ago lets's move on! mkhornet
  • Score: -12

8:35am Tue 1 Apr 14

Surbiton says...

Nice one Wobbly!
Nice one Wobbly! Surbiton
  • Score: 2

9:32am Tue 1 Apr 14

No Wheels says...

if this doesn't set the dial of the cauldron at the vic to eleven, then nothing will...
if this doesn't set the dial of the cauldron at the vic to eleven, then nothing will... No Wheels
  • Score: 2

9:53am Tue 1 Apr 14

SamTheEagle says...

!8 months or so after the 'goal', on Sky Sports, Jeff Stelling was reading the final scores and said "Stuart Atwell will be pleased today as his team have put eight past Hayes this afternoon"! Atwell's team? Our neighbours from south Bedfordshire! How the FA can let him referee another Watford match beggars belief!
!8 months or so after the 'goal', on Sky Sports, Jeff Stelling was reading the final scores and said "Stuart Atwell will be pleased today as his team have put eight past Hayes this afternoon"! Atwell's team? Our neighbours from south Bedfordshire! How the FA can let him referee another Watford match beggars belief! SamTheEagle
  • Score: 8

10:35am Tue 1 Apr 14

Imnotadonkey says...

goldanboy wrote:
I blame FA, Bannister, Atwell and Reading (Nolan), in that order. The FA put a 25 year old in charge, who took the advice of an older official. To this day I'm sure most opposition teams would have said a word to the ref. Shame the East stand's not up, as this would have been a definite sell out. I might take a vow of silence on Thursday and Friday, then sink eight pints on Saturday for the game. Funny thing is other than Lloyd, none of the team will have a clue what's all the fuss about.
Lloyd won't have a clue
[quote][p][bold]goldanboy[/bold] wrote: I blame FA, Bannister, Atwell and Reading (Nolan), in that order. The FA put a 25 year old in charge, who took the advice of an older official. To this day I'm sure most opposition teams would have said a word to the ref. Shame the East stand's not up, as this would have been a definite sell out. I might take a vow of silence on Thursday and Friday, then sink eight pints on Saturday for the game. Funny thing is other than Lloyd, none of the team will have a clue what's all the fuss about.[/p][/quote]Lloyd won't have a clue Imnotadonkey
  • Score: 3

11:02am Tue 1 Apr 14

Harry's Bar says...

He made a mistake 5 years ago, I'm sure no one holds a serious grudge against him now and the booing will be pantomime stuff.
He made a mistake 5 years ago, I'm sure no one holds a serious grudge against him now and the booing will be pantomime stuff. Harry's Bar
  • Score: -4

11:21am Tue 1 Apr 14

gloryhornet4 says...

Ramageland wrote:
The referee made the biggest mistake of his career but the Reading players also take plenty of blame - they knew the ball never went anywhere near the goal and still had the nerve to go with the decision.

I seem to remember the GBH-inflicting hoof merchant Stephen Hunt trying to justify why it was a goal afterwards, and the tediously dour Coppell explaining why they never let us walk the ball into the net from kickoff. If that had happened in the Prem there would have been uproar. Didn't like Reading before, like them even less since.

By the way, does Eustace still have that on his record as an OG?
Yes, as has LD a sending off against Leicester. The refs decision is final and all that. LD - the appeal was only that a one match ban was unduly harsh.
[quote][p][bold]Ramageland[/bold] wrote: The referee made the biggest mistake of his career but the Reading players also take plenty of blame - they knew the ball never went anywhere near the goal and still had the nerve to go with the decision. I seem to remember the GBH-inflicting hoof merchant Stephen Hunt trying to justify why it was a goal afterwards, and the tediously dour Coppell explaining why they never let us walk the ball into the net from kickoff. If that had happened in the Prem there would have been uproar. Didn't like Reading before, like them even less since. By the way, does Eustace still have that on his record as an OG?[/p][/quote]Yes, as has LD a sending off against Leicester. The refs decision is final and all that. LD - the appeal was only that a one match ban was unduly harsh. gloryhornet4
  • Score: 1

11:26am Tue 1 Apr 14

gloryhornet4 says...

SuperHorns wrote:
Dont why he should be slaughtered. We all make mistakes and as a ref you know in his career he also will make a few.
Look if we are professional to him, he will be to us. I dont expect another ghost goal anyway.
If you shrug your shoulders there is no incentive for people like Pratwell to man up apologise and improve their performance.

He sort of apologised as two bookings for the protests failed to make his match report so we rescinded.
[quote][p][bold]SuperHorns[/bold] wrote: Dont why he should be slaughtered. We all make mistakes and as a ref you know in his career he also will make a few. Look if we are professional to him, he will be to us. I dont expect another ghost goal anyway.[/p][/quote]If you shrug your shoulders there is no incentive for people like Pratwell to man up apologise and improve their performance. He sort of apologised as two bookings for the protests failed to make his match report so we rescinded. gloryhornet4
  • Score: 1

11:28am Tue 1 Apr 14

demerit says...

SuperHorn wrote:
He is gonna be ABSOLUTELY slaughtered by the fans. Brave man but mad
Or just **** arrogant...
[quote][p][bold]SuperHorn[/bold] wrote: He is gonna be ABSOLUTELY slaughtered by the fans. Brave man but mad[/p][/quote]Or just **** arrogant... demerit
  • Score: 0

11:29am Tue 1 Apr 14

gloryhornet4 says...

Harry's Bar wrote:
He made a mistake 5 years ago, I'm sure no one holds a serious grudge against him now and the booing will be pantomime stuff.
The grudge is with the FA who insisted upon giving him a fast rack promotion to top flight games so young and we were their experiment.
[quote][p][bold]Harry's Bar[/bold] wrote: He made a mistake 5 years ago, I'm sure no one holds a serious grudge against him now and the booing will be pantomime stuff.[/p][/quote]The grudge is with the FA who insisted upon giving him a fast rack promotion to top flight games so young and we were their experiment. gloryhornet4
  • Score: 2

11:29am Tue 1 Apr 14

demerit says...

FelixTheHorn wrote:
"You owe us a goal,
you owe us a goaall,
you're blind and stupid,
you owe us a goal."
Yeah, not bad. Perhaps strengthen up the 3rd line though...
[quote][p][bold]FelixTheHorn[/bold] wrote: "You owe us a goal, you owe us a goaall, you're blind and stupid, you owe us a goal."[/p][/quote]Yeah, not bad. Perhaps strengthen up the 3rd line though... demerit
  • Score: 0

11:35am Tue 1 Apr 14

demerit says...

gloryhornet4 wrote:
Harry's Bar wrote:
He made a mistake 5 years ago, I'm sure no one holds a serious grudge against him now and the booing will be pantomime stuff.
The grudge is with the FA who insisted upon giving him a fast rack promotion to top flight games so young and we were their experiment.
That ref is a disaster on legs. Every match he's involved in there is a bizarre decision, off the cuff sendings off, etc. How on earth he's still in a job, I don't know. I watch the matches he referees just because its him - for entertainment value. That's ok for a neutral but when it's Watford, not quite so entertaining. God knows what's going to happen on Saturday.
[quote][p][bold]gloryhornet4[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harry's Bar[/bold] wrote: He made a mistake 5 years ago, I'm sure no one holds a serious grudge against him now and the booing will be pantomime stuff.[/p][/quote]The grudge is with the FA who insisted upon giving him a fast rack promotion to top flight games so young and we were their experiment.[/p][/quote]That ref is a disaster on legs. Every match he's involved in there is a bizarre decision, off the cuff sendings off, etc. How on earth he's still in a job, I don't know. I watch the matches he referees just because its him - for entertainment value. That's ok for a neutral but when it's Watford, not quite so entertaining. God knows what's going to happen on Saturday. demerit
  • Score: 1

11:35am Tue 1 Apr 14

demerit says...

Hornet Cornet wrote:
francowatford wrote:
I bet my budgie he will give us a penalty to say sorry and the penalty will be a dodgy one
Does your budgie do betting?

HC
That budgie is doomed...
[quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]francowatford[/bold] wrote: I bet my budgie he will give us a penalty to say sorry and the penalty will be a dodgy one[/p][/quote]Does your budgie do betting? HC[/p][/quote]That budgie is doomed... demerit
  • Score: -1

11:38am Tue 1 Apr 14

demerit says...

Vespa Crabro wrote:
We need a fly past with a "Specsavers" advertising banner......
That really would be brilliant! I'll see what I can do....
[quote][p][bold]Vespa Crabro[/bold] wrote: We need a fly past with a "Specsavers" advertising banner......[/p][/quote]That really would be brilliant! I'll see what I can do.... demerit
  • Score: 0

12:08pm Tue 1 Apr 14

PeteBogHorrorHornet says...

Attwell has shown Lewis McGugan a red card previously. Things will be intersting and if their is the slightest controversy I think the FL will be monitoring things very closely. But as a previous poster said at least it will make up for Burnley missing Vokes and Ings.
Attwell has shown Lewis McGugan a red card previously. Things will be intersting and if their is the slightest controversy I think the FL will be monitoring things very closely. But as a previous poster said at least it will make up for Burnley missing Vokes and Ings. PeteBogHorrorHornet
  • Score: 0

1:15pm Tue 1 Apr 14

bristol hornet says...

Although Attwell is from Nuneaton, apparently his favourite club is Luton!

Surely this cannot be allowed?

I remember many years ago when I used to work alongside Steve Bennett, who was avid Palace fan, but was working through his refereeing courses.

When he got promoted to the football league he was put in charge of the Watford game at Selhurst Park in 1998 when we were cruising along two goals to the good.

Bennett then gave Palace a very dubious penalty and we ended up struggling for a 2-2 draw.

He got away with it because he lived in Farnborough in Kent, which is pretty "neutral" and non-Palace territory. I wonder if the football league do check facts such as these, for there have many been rogue decisions given over the years?
Although Attwell is from Nuneaton, apparently his favourite club is Luton! Surely this cannot be allowed? I remember many years ago when I used to work alongside Steve Bennett, who was avid Palace fan, but was working through his refereeing courses. When he got promoted to the football league he was put in charge of the Watford game at Selhurst Park in 1998 when we were cruising along two goals to the good. Bennett then gave Palace a very dubious penalty and we ended up struggling for a 2-2 draw. He got away with it because he lived in Farnborough in Kent, which is pretty "neutral" and non-Palace territory. I wonder if the football league do check facts such as these, for there have many been rogue decisions given over the years? bristol hornet
  • Score: 5

1:51pm Tue 1 Apr 14

exeterhornet says...

I was at Palace for that match with a Palace supporting mate from Exeter and to this day we both agree it was the most blatant dive I have ever seen (although Ashley has come pretty close) Sasha Illic I think his name was. The Palace fans were chanting Sasha, Sasha whilst making diving movements for the rest of the game. Diabolical !!
Back to the main thread, I find this appointment absolutely astonishing. I have known the FA invite criticism and controversy before but they are setting themselves, and Attwell, up big time.
I was at Palace for that match with a Palace supporting mate from Exeter and to this day we both agree it was the most blatant dive I have ever seen (although Ashley has come pretty close) Sasha Illic I think his name was. The Palace fans were chanting Sasha, Sasha whilst making diving movements for the rest of the game. Diabolical !! Back to the main thread, I find this appointment absolutely astonishing. I have known the FA invite criticism and controversy before but they are setting themselves, and Attwell, up big time. exeterhornet
  • Score: 2

4:37pm Tue 1 Apr 14

aveda says...

Can we get the club to play a medley of songs on the theme of ghosts during the warm-up pre-match? Perhaps Johnny Cash "Ghost Riders in the Sky" followed by "Ghostbusters" just before kick-off that the whole crowd can join in?
Can we get the club to play a medley of songs on the theme of ghosts during the warm-up pre-match? Perhaps Johnny Cash "Ghost Riders in the Sky" followed by "Ghostbusters" just before kick-off that the whole crowd can join in? aveda
  • Score: 2

1:56pm Wed 2 Apr 14

WessexLad says...

So it wasn't an April Fool's joke after all!
So it wasn't an April Fool's joke after all! WessexLad
  • Score: 0

3:48pm Wed 2 Apr 14

grahamwfc says...

aveda wrote:
Can we get the club to play a medley of songs on the theme of ghosts during the warm-up pre-match? Perhaps Johnny Cash "Ghost Riders in the Sky" followed by "Ghostbusters" just before kick-off that the whole crowd can join in?
Plus a few Stevie Wonder ones
[quote][p][bold]aveda[/bold] wrote: Can we get the club to play a medley of songs on the theme of ghosts during the warm-up pre-match? Perhaps Johnny Cash "Ghost Riders in the Sky" followed by "Ghostbusters" just before kick-off that the whole crowd can join in?[/p][/quote]Plus a few Stevie Wonder ones grahamwfc
  • Score: 1

3:51pm Wed 2 Apr 14

grahamwfc says...

Hope Stan James find out they normally come up with some cracking specials. Better than Paddy Power offering money back if Pistoris walks...............
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Hope Stan James find out they normally come up with some cracking specials. Better than Paddy Power offering money back if Pistoris walks............... .... grahamwfc
  • Score: 1

9:29pm Fri 4 Apr 14

PedroHornet says...

Let's all cheer for a goal every time the ball crosses the line whoever kicks it out.
Let's all cheer for a goal every time the ball crosses the line whoever kicks it out. PedroHornet
  • Score: 0

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