The Hovis song, helped by the chap with the trumpet. Pure gold on the old Town End.
I do...Do you know the recipe? I may ask for one of these next time I’m out.
You've never made a cocktail before have you Sid?I do...
1oz Creme de Menthe
1oz Blue Sapphire Gin
1oz Grand Marnier
1oz Wild Turkey
1oz Cranberry juice
Serve in a half pint glass with a decent sized slice of cantaloupe.
Let us know how you get on
Northampton away In the open end 80sIt was Alouetta ( a French woman’s name apparently ) and always great to sing on the train on away trips .....
it started with “ how I love your tatty head , how I love your tatty head and then went all the way down her body.....
big blue eyes, double chin, big fat boobs, belly, etc etc .......
It went on for about 20 minutes !!!
Shaky always claimed to have come up with that first heard at Notts County opening game of the 96/97 season.He’s sewing bags. He’s sewing bags. He’s sewing. Oyston’s sewing bags.
How could i have forgotten this one!!In 69 when we went down
in to division 3
the Blackpool fans they cried aloud that’s the end of pne
then Bally came
he played the game
we went to Fulham too
we won 1 nil and now we’re back
in to division 2
we‘ll win the league , we‘ll Win the cup
we’ll go to Europe too
and when you come to Deepdale road
we’ll sing this song to you.
Wasn't it budgies on the right side of the steps at top of Kop an goldfish on the left? I'm sure I'm not dreaming it!!More from the 80s Kop...
"We are the right side, we are the right side, we are the right side Fulwood End."
The reply was...
"We are the left side, we are the left side, we are the left side Fulwood End" followed by a playful British Bulldogs type charge into each other.
I usually stood to the right although we sometimes went over to the left.
Gossing out of the stand onto people queuing up outside or stood in the bogs below through the wooden floorboards was another early teenaged yeared past time.