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Another interesting article. I like the idea of him writing. As for being gay, I suppose as well as somehow being percieved as being weak, it is a macho, male environment but still. I'm pretty sure when the first brave star does it, many will follow.
11th Sep 2018 21:11:26 
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zendon
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11th Sep 2018 21:04:26 
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This is quite interesting too
Footballers are harsh on those who they perceive as being weak and supposedly they think being gay is somehow weak
11th Sep 2018 21:03:05 
[86.lo.gg.ed] 
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Agree with trigger - would have been delighted if Ellison had played for us (although he wound me up everytime he played against us - especially in that dismal end of season 3-0 home defeat). Good article CW. It seems as is MH is finally emmerging from the shadows in football, thank goodness and if a hard nut like Ellison talks openly that is very, very helpful to encourage other players to talk about it without being worried about percieved as 'weak'. Just wish the football taboo about being gay could be broken in the same way - it seems crazy in the 21st century .......
11th Sep 2018 20:58:55 
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zendon
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I think so, but either way is arguabel.
11th Sep 2018 20:47:06 
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Better than Shea?
11th Sep 2018 20:43:42 
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dondog
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I was wondering what had happened to the 2017/18 version of Liam Trotter, but I've just seen him in an England shirt with Loftus-Cheek on the back...
11th Sep 2018 20:37:52 
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Worner is still the best non-loan keeper we have had
11th Sep 2018 20:30:51 
[86.lo.gg.ed] 
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Andre Gray before he moved to Luton.
11th Sep 2018 20:25:21 
[86.lo.gg.ed] 
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Nice link CW (if nice is the right word.) Always like Ellison’s approach to the game and would have gladly seen him wearing a Dons top so sad to hear he’s suffered with depression but good that he’s open to talking about it. Affects way more people than people expect and is a really horrible illness.
11th Sep 2018 19:47:24 
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11th Sep 2018 19:00:53 
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Interesting article about Kevin Ellison
Ross Warner starred for Sutton in their win at Airdrie, has been out injured for a year
11th Sep 2018 18:53:11 
[86.lo.gg.ed] 
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KSL is playing in group D of the French 4th tier for FC Fleury 91.
11th Sep 2018 18:06:59 
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spartanwomble
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Reading was also the link to the next job. FWWS' head office was in Station Rd. They were recruiting for a paper mill job overseas. Had good friends in Reading, so have a bit of a soft spot for the town.
11th Sep 2018 17:55:34 
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If the Greyhound was near what is now flats, then that was the other one I used. Cheers for that, RS.
11th Sep 2018 17:49:32 
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Interesting to note that Darius clearly still crocked and yet to make even the bench at Wycombe. Looks like the right decision by the club not to have gone the extra mile to retain him. Chris Bush nets an OG at the weekend for Ebbsfleet. Ross Worner on the bench at Sutton these days. Seb Brown In the dug out at Gander Green Lane and has seemingly put on about 3 stone since his playing days. Wonder where the legendary KSL is now.....last seen in the French 3rd tier I recall. Long before “oh Jeremy Corbyn” we had “oh Kevin Sainte Luce” as our anthem to the wizard.
11th Sep 2018 17:48:11 
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the doughtmeistergeneral
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Hop Leaf. Taken over by Hop Back Brewery and for a while run as a brewery pub, brewed in the back room of the pub. not been in there for a while but it turned into a nice little regulars boozer.
11th Sep 2018 17:35:35 
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Reading Pubs. Silver Street, probably the Greyhound. Long gone now, flats. Last being run by a body-builder bloke called Dave French who had a sideline in a gymn upstairs and a nice trade in pills to help you train.
11th Sep 2018 17:34:28 
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And that's a safe claim gimps, he did time for supplying them.
Jamie Vardy
11th Sep 2018 17:28:33 
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Diddy - How about Garath McCleary when he was at Slough Town (2005-ish)? I think DA tried to get him before he moved to 'Bwomley'.
11th Sep 2018 17:01:45 
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Star now fading at Reading.
Ah, the Hop Leaf is still there. Good pub for lunchtime darts back then.
11th Sep 2018 16:49:12 
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Diddy - Two of Ricky Holmes, Erhan Oztumer, Graham Carey or (to throw in a defender) Christian Burgess.
11th Sep 2018 16:45:57 
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Worked in Reading during the 70's. Used 2 pubs, one in Silver St, the other on Southampton St. Probably both gone now. H.S. Marsh has gone too, looks all residential now on Google map.
11th Sep 2018 16:34:57 
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Was there a pitch nvasion at the end of the game with cheese rolls involved again?
11th Sep 2018 16:18:04 
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*88th
11th Sep 2018 16:00:16 
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spartanwomble
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