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  1. Any advances on this? Need one for Saturday ideally from Sheff city centre. Division Street?
  2. Excuse the spelling. Said dog been missing tonight from opposite The Venue. Light brown colour. Pm if know anything. Thanks. ---------- Post added 08-05-2016 at 09:58 ---------- Now found. Thanks to whoever found him and took him to a vets in Barnsley. That was a long, sleepless night!
  3. Am I right in thinking that since Handsworth FC merged with Worskop Parramore to become Handsworth Parramore they are currently playing their games at Sandy Lane in Worksop and not at Oliver's Mount?
  4. Thanks. I only work 5 mins away...I'll have a stroll later on.
  5. Is there anywhere in the city centre that does this? There was a place on Chapel Walk but I can't say I've noticed it of late...is it still there? Or anywhere else for that matter.
  6. The River Don, or any of the Sheffield rivers for that matter.
  7. I'm not one to 'bump' a thread and I don't come on here much but I am genuinely interested to know what the chaps who looked to be setting up a nationalist stall as such were doing and how the lefties about reacted. Sadly I had to go back to work. It looked like it would be good sport!
  8. I was in that there London watching my football team last season and I was pretty well served after the game. I got on what I thought was the train to Sheffield but ended up in Shenfield in Essex. Taxi back to London. No more trains to Sheffield so caught the last one to Donny. Then a taxi from Donny to Sheffield. One of my more expensive away day jaunts.
  9. I'm a proud Northumbrian living in Sheffield. You will enjoy it as well as the rest of the coastline. Just do a bit of research, there are many places to visit around there: Berwick upon Tweed, Alnwick, Bamburgh, Amble. The mistake most people make when visiting Northumberland is that they stick to the coastline. Do a bit of research and venture inland a bit and you will find some stunning places. I plan to retire back in Northumberland when I finish working (a long way off yet). Oh aye, also, if you get the train up there the views once you get past Newcastle are pretty impressive.
  10. Scott Bell is an ex Blyth Spartans (my team) football player who had to retire from football due to Motor Neurone Disease. There are various events happening to raise awareness and money to go toward looking into Motor Neurone Disease - details can be found here: http://www.scottbellfund.com/ One of the events is a cylce ride with 20 odd Blyth Spartans fans and ex players cycling from Dublin to Croft Park in Blyth for a charity game on May 5th: http://www.blythspartansafc.co.uk/ Anyway, what may interest you good people and raise some money is some signed sports memorabilia which is up for auction. Details can be found here: http://www.scottbellfund.com/?page_id=566 The items are: 1.Killkenny signed shirt by the winning All-Ireland Champions 2011 all 32 members of the panel signed including the management team and Brian Cody. 2.Dublin signed Hurling shirt by all members of the winning National League team 2011. 3.Kerry shirt signed by 2011 All Ireland football runners up some players on this shirt have played and won a lot of All- Ireland football finals in the last number of years Colm Cooper, Darren Sullivan, Keiran Donaghy and others. 4.Ireland rugby shirt signed by Sean O’Brien with colleague at the minute. 5.Ireland no. 5 soccer shirt signed by Richard Dunne. Current Highest Bid - £75 – Liam Sheehan, Dublin 6.Sunderland AFC legends shirt currently at Sunderland club has confirmed 20 ex players will sign the shirt including Charlie Hurley,Jim Montgomery, Bobby Kerr and others. Current Highest Bid - £60 – Paul Cook 7.Newcastle United shirt currently signed by 16 ex legends (Shay Given, Phillip Albert , Faustino Aspirilla amongst others). Current Highest Bid - £50 – Dierdre Lennon 8.John Cruyff Dutch No. 14 1974 world cup shirt with Cruyff on the back signed by Mr. Cruyff. Current Highest Bid - £230 – Sarah Halligan 9.Celtic legends shirt signed by the Lisbon Lions European Cup winning team of 1967 colleagues of Jimmy Johnstone who passed away from MND a number of years ago as well as Henrik Larsson. 10.Glasgow Rangers legends shirt signed by ex players. 11.Aston Villa shirt signed by all the members of the 1981 League Championship & 1982 European Cup winning teams. 12.90’s Manchester United shirt signed by the band The Stone Roses. Current Highest Bid – £110 - John Kenny, Dublin 13.Arsenal legends shirt signed by Lian Brady. 14.Everton FC legends shirts signed by some of their greatest players. Current Highest Bid - £110 – Colin Wrightson 15.FC Barcelona signed shirt Current Highest Bid - £145 – Sarah Halligan 16.CF Real Madrid signed shirt by the squad of 2009 Raul, Robben, Guti Current Highest Bid - £150 – Michael Connors 17.Real Betis signed shirt 18.Espanyol signed shirt. 19.Alan Wardle ex players’ liaison officer at Manchester United FC is donating a signed Manchester United book signed by the greatest 25 players to have played with Manchester United over the years. 20.Bell X1 T-shirt signed by the band 21.Leeds 70’s retro shirt signed by John Giles & Nobby Stiles his brother in law, Frank Gray & Eddie Gray shirt is currently with Paul Reaney ex Leeds. Current Highest Bid - £41.40 – Sarah Halligan 22.Commemorative programme remembering the Liverpool v Newcastle 1996 4-3 encounter signed by Liverpool players & Mgmt Steve McMannamon, Jason McAteer, Gary McAllister, Roy Evans and Phil Thompson amongst others. Current Highest Bid - £20 – Barrie Geeleher 23.Southampton legends shirt signed by Matt Le Tissier amongst others SOLD to Sharon Mulligan of Capita and her Husband Kevin 24.Hibernian FC celebrity shirt signed by the Hibs squad, band the Proclaimers and Tennis Player Andy Murray and author Irvine Welsh. Current Highest Bid - £100 - Willie Henderson, Capita Ireland 25.Sligo Rovers signed shirt FAI Cup winners 2010/2011 26.Linfield ex legends signed shirt. 27.Northern Ireland international legends shirt donated by the IFA. 28.Celta De Vigo of Spain legends signed shirt. 29.Signed, framed England cricket shirt 2011 squad. Current Highest Bid - £30 – Chris Bell 30.Football signed by Bobby Robson and Alan Shearer. Current Highest Bid - £50 – Kevin Moore 31.Sheffield Wednesday shirt signed by the Arctic Monkeys 32.Liverpool signed shirt signed by Ian St. John, Ian Callaghan, Bruce Grobbelar, Sammy Lee & others including Ronnie Whelan and Ray Houghon Current Highest Bid - £120 – Michael Cody 33.Atletico Bilbao shirt and signed photo donated by Atletico Bilbao. 34.Norwich City pennant signed by the actor and presenter Stephen Fry, pennant donated by Norwich City FC. 35.Framed Blyth Spartans centenary shirt donated by the club. Current Highest Bid - £75 – Eric Preputnick 36.Manchester City shirt by ex Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr. This is nowt to do with me, I'm just spreading the word. If you know anyone that may be interested in any of the items, please pass the details on. It's all about raising awareness and funds. Ta muchly.
  11. Does the flagsman just fly flags of countries? I am particularly fond of the Northumbrian flag. I think it is thought to be the oldest flag known to man. I would be chuffed if I seen that flying in Sheffield.
  12. The score line is embarrassing though, isn’t it? Alfreton won a weak league last year. I doubt they would even push for the play offs in they were still in the CN this upcoming season. What you need to remember though is that non league teams are made up of players who just haven’t quite made the grade higher up the leagues. Pretty much like what will happen to all those turning out for Wednesday against Alfreton in this game. At best they may get a semi pro contract, most will jack football in altogether apart from amateur Saturday/Sunday leagues.
  13. ...at a Blyth Spartans v Partick Thistle pre-season game. I missed the game as I was on a stag night. As a Blyth fan living in Handsworth I'm intrigued. Anyone know anything about it?
  14. We won the replay 4-0 tonight. Get in. Cheats do not prosper. Howay Blyth!
  15. My team (Blyth Spartans) play in the Conference North. We played Droysled in the FA Trophy on Saturday to go through to the 1/4 finals. That would leave us just 2 wins from Wembley. Have a look at this: Ref was on the edge of the box, liner was on this side of the pitch. Both waved play on. The lad who handled then went to score the equaliser. Replay tonight. I have to work until 9 and too short notice to cover, so gutted I couldn't go. Those 2 officials shouldn't be allowed to oversee a kids 5-a-side match.
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