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    Alan Rudkin.

    Sad news, truly one of Liverpool's greatest boxers of all time.

    I saw him fight several times and got to meet him after he'd retired and was managing the Noah's Ark in Speke.

    I was only talking...
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    http://http://img192.imageshack.us/img192/4218/bit...

    http://http://img192.imageshack.us/img192/4218/bitterblues.png
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    How often do you do the get-togethers? It...

    How often do you do the get-togethers?

    It would be nice to meet up with you all when I'm over next in September.
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    I used to live about 30 yards away from Black...

    I used to live about 30 yards away from Black Georges, went to school just across the street too.
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    I read somewhere that that was a myth Waterways....

    I read somewhere that that was a myth Waterways.

    It does sound a bit unlikely.
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    You mean like the Sphynx's nose?:unibrow: ...

    You mean like the Sphynx's nose?:unibrow:

    Fwiw, I was born in the Dingle and lived there until I was 14. Went to school at Upper Park St and Welly Rd. I still have family and friends there so I'm...
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    Talking of pubs, what's the story with the...

    Talking of pubs, what's the story with the Bluehouse? Is it still closed and is it going to reopen again?
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    John Gallagher, that name rings a bell, how old...

    John Gallagher, that name rings a bell, how old would he have been?

    Egerton's used to be managed by a short stocky fella named Tommy O'Keefe who was married to one of the Bennets.
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    She most certainly did. And a vocabulary like...

    She most certainly did.

    And a vocabulary like a sailor on shore leave.:rolleyes:
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    Gloria was one of the strippers Shoney. I was...

    Gloria was one of the strippers Shoney. I was working in construction back then and we all used to go there on a Friday afternoon.

    I don't remember 'panama', but there were lots like that around...
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    I grew up in the South End and lived on Berkley...

    I grew up in the South End and lived on Berkley St for a while, the Somali was one of my hang outs too, also spent many a Friday afternoon in the Gladray (anyone remembers Gloria) ?
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    I emigrated in 1976 Shoney, and don't remember...

    I emigrated in 1976 Shoney, and don't remember her.

    Sadie worked there then and there was a black lad called Jimmy, who was a "friend" of Sadies.
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    Sadie worked at the Sefton too before Casey's. ...

    Sadie worked at the Sefton too before Casey's.

    He was as hard as nails, I have lost count of the times there would be a a group of lads who didn't know him and would take the pi$$, put it this...
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    I was back home on holiday later that year...

    I was back home on holiday later that year (1986), Cases St was boarded up then and they had started demolition. I used to drink on Cases St all the time, mostly in Egerton's. So it was heartbreaking...
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    Great thread, I only just noticed it, me eyes...

    Great thread, I only just noticed it, me eyes have gone scabby looking at all 37 pages.:unibrow:

    Deanos, I'm pretty sure used to be the N.U.R. club that closed down in the mid 80's.

    And that...
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    I remember bunking in to see a couple of games...

    I remember bunking in to see a couple of games when they played at Knotty Ash, I remember lot's of corrugated iron fencing and that the "terraces" were cinder and not concrete.
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    I keep meaning to go over some time when I get...

    I keep meaning to go over some time when I get back but I never go in the summer (I couldn't miss the footy).

    I have some fond memories though as a kid in the late 50's and early 60's,
    jostling...
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    I went to Upper Park Street in the Dingle as a...

    I went to Upper Park Street in the Dingle as a kid and I always said that next time when I went back home I'd go back there and visit the place again, but I always put it off and then finally when I...
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    I couldn't agree more.:PDT_Aliboronz_24: Thank...

    I couldn't agree more.:PDT_Aliboronz_24:

    Thank god we didn't just opt for one of those boring bowls, the design is truly unique and should ensure that the atmosphere and noise is even better at...
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    It sounds like the miserable b#ggers on Liverpool...

    It sounds like the miserable b#ggers on Liverpool city council are making Liverpool stick to the 60,000 that was aproved earlier.:disgust:
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    New Stadium Latest.

    THE ECHO can today reveal the detailed timetable to deliver Liverpool FCs
    new stadium.

    Anfield officials have delivered precise plans to the city council which
    would lead to work starting in...
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    A great book, I even managed to get my copy...

    A great book, I even managed to get my copy signed by Johnie Cooke :PDT11
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    Another Liverpool related bit of Queen trivia is...

    Another Liverpool related bit of Queen trivia is that that night at the Sink was also the first time that Freddie, Roger and Brian all performed together live on stage.
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    One of the great things about the supporters club...

    One of the great things about the supporters club here in Toronto is that we are able to bring former players over.

    One of them was Ron Yeats and he told me a story about when he first signed for...
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    My father in law was the chief steward at Tates....

    My father in law was the chief steward at Tates. He lobbied for years to keep the place open.

    There is a book and television documentary in the works "Boys From The White Stuff".
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