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Old 28-02-08, 01:46 PM   #201
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Yeah - he's at Leigh RMI I think now.
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Old 28-02-08, 01:48 PM   #202
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Few more here although these are a bit out of date....


Robbie Foy, Ramon Calliste- Scunthorpe United
Calum Woods- Dunfermline Athletic

Stephen Wright-Sunderland

John Welsh- Hull
Ritchie Partridge- Rotherham
Paul harrison, James Olsen- Southport

Jon Otsemobor is at Crewe
Andrew Nicholas is playing for Swindon

Alan Navarro, John Miles-Macclesfield Town
Steven Gillespie plays for Cheltenham
Steven Vaughan is at Chester
Phil Charnock- Fleetwood Town

Peter Cavanagh, Ian Dunbavin- Accrington Stanley

Steven McNulty- Vauxhall Motors
Chris Butler- Barrow
Neil Prince is playing for Hyde United

Jason Massie, Carl Noon and Adam Flynn are all at Prescot Cables
Phil Brazier plays for Marine.

Matt Parry, John Boardman, Chris OíBrien- Colwyn bay


Goalkeeper Peter Crookes now plays for Skelmersdale United

Steve Torpey plays for Halifax Town

Layton Maxwell- caernarfon town
John Paul Kelly is playing for Bohemian FC in Ireland
Michael Foley-sheridan- St.Patricks
That's some research you've done there mate

John Boardman is now playing for my local side in the WPL at Left back. Good lad.

Chris O'Brien played as well for a couple of weeks while Phil Boersma was the assistant.
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Old 28-02-08, 05:22 PM   #203
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Anyone remember Mike Marsh, I saw him a few years back playing for Southport, after injury ended his professional career he played well for a few non-league clubs and did quite well.

I always remember him from that Auxerre game,

anyway there's some stuff from wikipedia here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Marsh_(footballer)
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Old 28-02-08, 05:25 PM   #204
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Also not long ago I was visiting family in Dunfermline and discovered that Istvan Kozma was a Dunfermline Legend, which shocked me I can tell you!
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Old 28-02-08, 05:56 PM   #205
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Bad shit that. Apparantly you end up talking about La Liga a lot and develop a cloob foot.
My dad had that and if you only KNEW the damage it caused you would not even consider taking the piss. Not funny at all.
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Old 28-02-08, 06:07 PM   #206
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He wasn’t taking the piss out of the illness or its victims, merely making a play on words.
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Old 28-02-08, 06:09 PM   #207
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He wasnít taking the piss out of the illness or its victims, merely making a play on words.
Thats ok then
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Old 28-02-08, 06:16 PM   #208
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I detect sarcasm.

You did say he was taking the piss - which I don't think he was.
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Old 29-02-08, 12:14 AM   #209
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Can't be arsed searching wiki.

what's Phil Neal, Gary Gillesbie and Colin Irwin doing now?
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Old 29-02-08, 01:21 AM   #210
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Can't be arsed searching wiki.

what's Phil Neal, Gary Gillesbie and Colin Irwin doing now?
Gary Gillespie is a commentator on LFC tv,

Phil Neal occasionally pops up on tv and radio to be interviewed on all things LFC and get paid for his valuable time, also plays in the Masters. not sure if he does anything else.

Colin Irwin - Forgive my ignorance, but who is he?
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Old 29-02-08, 02:30 AM   #211
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Neil Prince I remember a thing about him probably about 8-9 years ago on BBC about young talented footballers and he was touted as the next big thing and the savour for the English's left midfield.
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Old 29-02-08, 03:50 AM   #212
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I detect sarcasm.

You did say he was taking the piss - which I don't think he was.
Absolutely not sarcasm.

No one should ever take the piss when talking about anything related to GBS. A play on words I can accept but that will be still to close to the bone for most people who have direct contact with GBS.
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Old 29-02-08, 09:49 AM   #213
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Spotted this about Ramon Calliste. http://www.nonleaguedaily.com/news/i...FULL&nid=48454

Another one is Adriano Rigoglioso. In the same youth team as Owen, Carra etc, now playing for Forest Green Rovers.
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Old 29-02-08, 10:14 AM   #214
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Good work with the Calliste stuff. What a comedown for the lad.
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Old 29-02-08, 10:18 AM   #215
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Colin Irwin - Forgive my ignorance, but who is he?
He was a centre half in the late 70's/ early 80's. He played most of his football at Swansea under Toshack when they were in the old first division.

I remember him playing for Liverpool and checking up on him, he was a European Cup Winner in 1978 as an unused sub.
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Old 29-02-08, 10:36 AM   #216
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Was he ever any good?
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Old 29-02-08, 10:48 AM   #217
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Was he ever any good?
Well united released him, i think more for attitude than anything else, i.e. thought he was the mutts nuts before he'd done anything. he said a few things about being given another chance and all that when he came to us. (sound familiar?) but obviously it didnt work out.
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Old 29-02-08, 12:14 PM   #218
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He was a centre half in the late 70's/ early 80's. He played most of his football at Swansea under Toshack when they were in the old first division.

I remember him playing for Liverpool and checking up on him, he was a European Cup Winner in 1978 as an unused sub.


Colin Irwin - I seem to remember him making a fantastic interception vs Bayern in the EC semi 1981 - It was 2 v 1 & he timed it to perfection.
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Old 29-02-08, 04:46 PM   #219
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Istvan Kozma anyone? One of souness' fine bag of spanners.

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IstvŠn Kozma was a Hungarian football player (born 3 December 1964, Paszto). He played in midfield.

He began his career at Salgotarjani TC in his native country, then moving to ŕjpest FC, and then to French side Bordeaux. In December 1989, he switched to Scottish team Dunfermline Athletic for £550,000 which is still the clubs record transfer fee.

There he became a firm fan favourite, playing 103 times and scoring 9 goals. In February 1992, he was a shock purchase for Liverpool, with Graeme Souness signing the Hungarian for £300,000. Kozma would never look like breaking into the first team. In 1991-1992 season he made 6 league appearances, two in the FA Cup and one in the League Cup. However, in 1992-1993, he would make just one appearance, as a substitute in a Premier League game, before being released in July 1993.

He then returned to ŕjpest FC.

In 1995-96 he played for APOEL Nicosia where, after amazing performances, he led his team to the Double.

Kozma played 40 times for the Hungarian national side, scoring once.


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Old 29-02-08, 06:06 PM   #220
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Neil Prince I remember a thing about him probably about 8-9 years ago on BBC about young talented footballers and he was touted as the next big thing and the savour for the English's left midfield.
YES! they were saying how he was a rarity in the English game - a talented left winger. The programme was on channel 4 i think on a saturday morning. He was a skinny little weed!
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Old 29-02-08, 09:27 PM   #221
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David Raven is still at Carlisle and, I think, captain.
Yep, he's still at Carlisle and a regular in the team (not the captain though). They're currently in 2nd spot in League One and among a tight group of teams pushing for promotion. Anyway, they're definitely a team on the up.
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Old 29-02-08, 10:18 PM   #222
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What about players we just missed out on....remember when we were going to sign DIDIER BAPTISTE from AS Monaco according to the Times until he was pinched from under our noses....


I wonder what happened to him....

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Old 01-03-08, 12:33 AM   #223
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Was sadly struck down with Guillam-Barre (sp?) syndrome. Luckily he recovered but it was bad.

Went to Blackburn for a while and played for Stuttgart until the end of last season when he retired.

Good God, he was quality


Brilliant, brilliant player.
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Old 01-03-08, 12:18 PM   #224
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That's some research you've done there mate

John Boardman is now playing for my local side in the WPL at Left back. Good lad.

Chris O'Brien played as well for a couple of weeks while Phil Boersma was the assistant.
Llangefni? I watched them get knocked out of the Welsh Cup last month
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Old 01-03-08, 06:14 PM   #225
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michael foley signed for waterford from st pats a few months ago. Another ex reserve is kevin Doherty who has played for shelbourne and longford town not too sure where he is now
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Old 01-03-08, 06:18 PM   #226
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HAven't read the 6 pages, but does anyone know what happened to Rob Jones? Brilliant right-back and did a good job at left back. Him and Mcmanaman were great together. Unfortunately the shin splints did for him
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Old 01-03-08, 10:56 PM   #227
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HAven't read the 6 pages, but does anyone know what happened to Rob Jones? Brilliant right-back and did a good job at left back. Him and Mcmanaman were great together. Unfortunately the shin splints did for him
Runs a chain of childrens nurserys in warrington with his missus. Also runs soccer schools. doing ok i believe.
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Old 02-03-08, 12:16 AM   #228
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Karl Noon and Conal Platt anyone?
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watched the recreativo v madrid game this weekend. sinama-pongolle looked a really good player to me, and like baros and cisse he is in a group of strikers let go that are arguably more dangerous players than some of the guys we have now.
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Old 02-03-08, 10:41 PM   #230
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watched the recreativo v madrid game this weekend. sinama-pongolle looked a really good player to me, and like baros and cisse he is in a group of strikers let go that are arguably more dangerous players than some of the guys we have now.
Aaaahh, yes those free scoring strikers who all have less goals than Kuyt!
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Old 30-07-10, 11:22 PM   #231
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Strange, I was wondering about this lad recently. Released over 12 months ago, it's taken him this long to get back into the game...

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Putterill aiming for Accrington Stanley success

NEW signing Ray Putterill is determined to prove himself at Accrington after a terrible run of injuries wrecked his Liverpool dream and almost forced him to retire.

The 21-year-old attacking midfielder was a highly-rated member of the England Schoolboys team and the Liverpool youth set-up but a long list of injuries hampered his progress and eventually led to his release by the Anfield club.

Putterill has agreed to sign a six-month deal at Stanley after impressing on trial this summer and looks likely to earn a starting place on the first day of the new season at home to Aldershot next Saturday.

“It’s been tough. I’ve had a lot of bad injuries, seven operations, but I’m ready to go again,” said Putterill.

“I’ve had a fractured spine, a hip reconstruction, cartilage in my knee, hernia operation, quite a few.

“I fractured my spine when I was playing for England Schoolboys, the under 15s, against Ireland.

“I jumped up for a header and my feet came from under me. Before I knew it my spine had gone from a knee in my back. I was very worried, it paralysed me for about 20 minutes.

“But after that I did six months of my scholarship at Liverpool and managed to get a pro deal.

“My ambition was to make it there but it’s tough at Liverpool, you’ve got to be exceptional.

“As a kid I did very well but as I got a bit older I just got injured a lot.

“Two years ago I was told I wouldn’t kick a ball again and I haven’t played for the last year.

“But I’ve got myself back fit and feel I’ve done well. I feel very confident in my game and feel I can do a lot for this club,” added the midfielder.

“It’s very important for me to be playing regularly. I need a lot of games to get back fit after the way I was.

“But I haven’t played a league game yet so I’m really looking forward to that.”
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Old 30-07-10, 11:25 PM   #232
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I noticed at the end of last season Craig Lindfield was released by Macclesfield. Grim. Wiki says he's signed for Accrington Stanley. Few ex Reds there. Ian Dunbavin is also there.
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Old 31-07-10, 12:19 AM   #233
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Think you mean John Paul Kelly (Joxer). Same age level as Guthrie I think, but this kid was ten time the player Guthrie was - he was brilliant. Got homesick though.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Paul_Kelly

"Joxer" as he is commonly known as, played at youth level for Lourdes Celtic before moving to the famed Liverpool academy in 2003 under the guidance of Steve Heighway. He made quick progression at Liverpool and before long was a regular in the reserves. Despite this, he got homesick and returned to Dublin where he joined Bohemians.

He made his league debut on April 1 2005 in a 1-0 defeat by Derry City and soon became an integral part of the side. He played mostly on the wing under Gareth Farrelly but has moved into centre midfield under Sean Connor.

"Joxer" has represented Ireland at many underage levels and was voted Under-19 Player of the Year at FAI Awards in 2006.

He captained the Irish Under-21 team in all three of their games in the Madeira tournament in early 2007.
Seems he's retired now.

Foley-Sheridan it seems is without a club having been released by Longford Town last summer.
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Seems he's retired now.

Foley-Sheridan it seems is without a club having been released by Longford Town last summer.
Let me guess. He's on his way to Accrington Stanley?
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Old 31-07-10, 12:25 PM   #235
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Istvan Kozma anyone? One of souness' fine bag of spanners.

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IstvŠn Kozma was a Hungarian football player (born 3 December 1964, Paszto). He played in midfield.

He began his career at Salgotarjani TC in his native country, then moving to ŕjpest FC, and then to French side Bordeaux. In December 1989, he switched to Scottish team Dunfermline Athletic for £550,000 which is still the clubs record transfer fee.

There he became a firm fan favourite, playing 103 times and scoring 9 goals. In February 1992, he was a shock purchase for Liverpool, with Graeme Souness signing the Hungarian for £300,000. Kozma would never look like breaking into the first team. In 1991-1992 season he made 6 league appearances, two in the FA Cup and one in the League Cup. However, in 1992-1993, he would make just one appearance, as a substitute in a Premier League game, before being released in July 1993.

He then returned to ŕjpest FC.

In 1995-96 he played for APOEL Nicosia where, after amazing performances, he led his team to the Double.

Kozma played 40 times for the Hungarian national side, scoring once.


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He's a Dunfermline legend, he features in the Legends bar at their ground.

...I know it shocked me too when I saw it
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