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Wacca
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Nothing new in the article but some cracking pictures

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/footba ... storm.html

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Thanks for link...nice pics as you say. I have the original of that first one at the schoolboys exhibition....also like the Kirsty Gallagher one. Not seen that one.

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An enjoyable read and browse. Thank you for posting.

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The Kirsty Gallagher photos certainly leave a lasting impression.
Carpet football sucks.

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Nice one wacca , seeing Rodders patrick mower from emmerdale made me smile maybe he is a secret subbuteo hunter , lol. Nothing we didn't already know but thank for sharing.
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"It took until 1990 for the first black Subbuteo players to be introduced into the game". Really?? The 1973-74 Team Chart suggests otherwise... ;-)
Football was NOT invented in 1992. It was in 1973, the year I bought my first Subbuteo set... :lol:

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Nuttybott wrote:
03 Sep 2018, 08:54
"It took until 1990 for the first black Subbuteo players to be introduced into the game". Really?? The 1973-74 Team Chart suggests otherwise... ;-)
I think they mean each individual team containing coloured figures.
These were introduced after a lady and her son complained to SSG about it, and went to the press. The son was non other than Ashley Williams, Everton and Wales defender

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