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    Quote Originally Posted by theantiquesman View Post
    My reply is.

    Dixie Roy you are a true football supporter. What made me think you were an Everton Fan. May be the name.

    I bet you used to buy Roy of the Rovers comics.

    I will make sure I get Billy Bingham, Southport sorted out.

    all the best.

    to Grassroots

    , yes but Dixie Roy is stil a RED., go back to sleep.
    REST IN PEACE THE 96.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grassroots View Post
    , yes but Dixie Roy is stil a RED., go back to sleep.
    Still a red and always will be, I was even wearing an LFC sweatshirt when I was in the shop yesterday 😬⚽😬
    Please be aware that due to visual impairment I will occasionally post typos in error.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DixieRoy View Post
    Still a red and always will be, I was even wearing an LFC sweatshirt when I was in the shop yesterday 😬⚽😬
    , you were wearing a LFC sweatshirt and then you are named as an Everton fan the mind boggles , those blue noses will try anything , probably DESPERATION .
    Don't you feel for them
    REST IN PEACE THE 96.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grassroots View Post
    , you were wearing a LFC sweatshirt and then you are named as an Everton fan the mind boggles , those blue noses will try anything , probably DESPERATION .
    Don't you feel for them
    It was Dixie Roy's kindness and humble personality that made me think that he was an Evertonian.

    I just thought the Liverpool FC shirt was just something Dixie had picked up in a charity shop, left by one of the thousands of fans all disgruntled by the new manager.

    Sorry Dixie Roy by my mistake.

    But do remember My job is to wind up Grassroots.
    In fact I may offer SIX TIMES OVER to buy him a breakfast this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theantiquesman View Post
    It was Dixie Roy's kindness and humble personality that made me think that he was an Evertonian.

    I just thought the Liverpool FC shirt was just something Dixie had picked up in a charity shop, left by one of the thousands of fans all disgruntled by the new manager.

    Sorry Dixie Roy by my mistake.

    But do remember My job is to wind up Grassroots.
    In fact I may offer SIX TIMES OVER to buy him a breakfast this week.
    Gr has retired that means one no longer has to get up and eat breakfast.
    Try lunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theantiquesman View Post
    It was Dixie Roy's kindness and humble personality that made me think that he was an Evertonian.

    I just thought the Liverpool FC shirt was just something Dixie had picked up in a charity shop, left by one of the thousands of fans all disgruntled by the new manager.

    Sorry Dixie Roy by my mistake.

    But do remember My job is to wind up Grassroots.
    In fact I may offer SIX TIMES OVER to buy him a breakfast this week.
    Not a problem, friends are allowed mistakes, and after yesterday's game, keeping my head down 😀
    Please be aware that due to visual impairment I will occasionally post typos in error.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamble View Post
    Gr has retired that means one no longer has to get up and eat breakfast.
    Try lunch.
    Not
    He couldnt afford a lunch for me Hamble. Besides he's always asleep.
    REST IN PEACE THE 96.
    Y.N.W.A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theantiquesman View Post
    It was Dixie Roy's kindness and humble personality that made me think that he was an Evertonian.

    I just thought the Liverpool FC shirt was just something Dixie had picked up in a charity shop, left by one of the thousands of fans all disgruntled by the new manager.

    Sorry Dixie Roy by my mistake.

    But do remember My job is to wind up Grassroots.
    In fact I may offer SIX TIMES OVER to buy him a breakfast this week.


    You wind me up haha, you are sleep too much and therefore "dreaming to much. RIP Van Winkle .
    REST IN PEACE THE 96.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grassroots View Post
    You wind me up haha, you are sleep too much and therefore "dreaming to much. RIP Van Winkle .
    Mr Grassroots, pleases get off your high horse the SPURS are in town.

    have you won this year.

    IS this the worse run since the 50's and the days of the second division when a win against the likes of Grimsby was like winning the cup final

    bootle BILL always INVOICE.
    and never afraid to make a STATEMENT

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    up and running again

    I have possibly a hundred missing signatories to go into the Black Book

    Now the thread has been fixed by ROVING EYE

    Lets start

    John Hurst of Everton
    was good enough to sign the Black Book.



    John Hurst was an English former professional footballer. Born in Blackpool, Lancashire. Hurst joined the youth system for Everton, making his first team debut in the 1965-66 season. Originally a striker, Everton manager Harry Catterick made Hurst into a centre-half, a position in which he appeared in the 1966 FA Cup Final. He formed a defensive partnership with Brian Labone, the club captain of Everton at the time.Following the introduction of substitutes to English football in 1965 (for injury only) Hurst became Everton's first ever sub replacing Fred Pickering at Stoke City's Victoria Ground in August 1965. Hurst was transferred to Oldham Athletic following the 1975-76 season.

    After his playing career Hurst remained in the game, working as a coach at Everton, and as a scout for Manchester City, then managed by his former teammate, Joe Royle.


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    well I put the wheels in motion



    Call or text roving-eye with your news 07530 315 478 or email timj@qnews.co.uk

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    Derek Temple will go down in Everton History as the player who scored the great winning goal in the 1963 cup final comeback.

    This man is a true gentleman........... He even remembered my name when signing the book, we had met some time previous.


    Derek William Temple (born 13 November 1938) is an English former footballer who played in the Football League as a forward for Everton and Preston North End. He was capped once for England.

    Temple was born in Liverpool, and came through Everton's junior sides to make his first-team debut at centre-forward on 30 March 1957. He moved to inside forward later that year and linked up well with Dave Hickson, but the partnership was broken up when Temple was called up for his National Service. In 1961 Harry Catterick moved Temple to the left wing, and during his first season in this position he scored 10 goals in 17 games. He missed out on a league winner's medal the next season, sidelined by a cartilage operation. Temple scored the famous late winner in Everton's come back 3–2 defeat of Sheffield Wednesday in the 1966 FA Cup Final. In his Everton career he made 272 appearances (one as substitute) scoring 82 goals (72 League, 8 FA Cup and 2 in Europe).

    Temple was transferred to Preston North End for in 1967 for a £35,000 fee. He made 76 league appearances for Preston, scoring 14 goals. He joined Wigan Athletic for £4,000 in the summer of 1970. He made 40 Northern Premier League appearances for the club before deciding to retire.[5]

    He played once for the England team, selected by Alf Ramsey for the game on 12 May 1965 against West Germany which England won 1–0.



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    Fiona Bruce from the BBC TV signs the Black Book wile filming in Liverpool during the double header Antique Road show.

    Fiona Elizabeth Bruce (born 25 April 1964) is a British television journalist, newsreader and television presenter. Since joining the BBC as a researcher on Panorama in 1989, she has gone on to present many flagship programmes for the corporation including the BBC News at Six, BBC News at Ten, Crimewatch, Antiques Roadshow and, most recently, Fake or Fortune.



    Her Early life and education
    Fiona Bruce was born in Singapore, to an English mother and a Scottish father, who had worked his way up from a postboy to become managing director of Unilever. Her mother Rosemary was adopted. Fiona has two elder brothers. She was educated at Gayton Primary School in Heswall on the Wirral, International School of Milan, and then the sixth form of Haberdashers' Aske's Hatcham College in New Cross, London. It was during this later period that she modelled for the stories in the teenage girls' magazine Jackie. Bruce read French and Italian at Hertford College, Oxford, during which period she was briefly a punk, and for one week had blue hair.


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    over 77,000 views on this thread

    why not call in and sign the Black Book.

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    Philip Serell signs the Black Book on one of the many occasions he has visited The Antiquemans shops during filming of the Antique Road Trip Shows.
    Dissatisfied as a teacher, Philip changed careers to become an auctioneer, working in the local livestock trade until qualifying as a Chartered Surveyor in 1988.
    Specialising in fine art and antiques. Serrell owns an auctioneers and valuers firm with offices in Worcester and a salesroom in Great Malvern, established in 1995. He is a regular expert on the BBC series Bargain Hunt and Flog It, and has also made a couple of appearances on ITV's Dickinson's Real Deal. He has also featured on other BBC series Antiques Road Trip and Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is (where he is light-heartedly billed as Phil "The Fox" Serrell).

    He has regularly appeared on BBC Local Radio, and has also written a biweekly column for the Worcester News.
    I have to say very sarcastic, down to earth, with a dry sense of humour and does not shove his knowledge down your mouth. He has even been known to buy me an Ice cream with BBC money




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