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Discussion in 'Tottenham Hotspur' started by Scottwallace15, 2 May 2014.
I don't see the after images though. Maybe because it's a throw in?
Reminds me of the "Pint of Curry's Best" ad from a while back.
Gertcha, courtesy of Chas and Dave.
Wasn't it Courage Best?
Yeh, that's the one.
Why do none of our American friends follow this thread? If the roles were reversed I'd be on it like a panther. I'm genuinely puzzled. They don't want to know apparently. Weird.
I have a theory, but I don't want to get banned again.
It's one of my favorite threads on here. Combines two of my favorite things, Spurs and historical photos.
But what exactly do we have to add on the subject?
Probably my favorite picture I've come across in here
I go on here frequently. Although I'll never know the history like you others it's good to learn what I can. I'm slowly getting some more in each time. Good looking out though, Joe!
Jennings is essentially the reason I support Spurs, my father was a young goalkeeper and Jennings was the best goalkeeper in the world the time, he followed him and inadvertently fell in love with the club. Had four children but only the youngest (myself) caught the Tottenham Hotspur bug!
Story time over.
Photos never lie, his hands were bigger than his very small head?
WHL 1940 v Millwall. Hostilities brought the league programme proper to an early end.As with WW1 it was recognised that football played an important part in boosting morale. Fielding players was a problem and teams would take players from the opposition and even from the crowd to boost numbers.
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honestly... I could while away the rest of the week looking at this site... in fact, I've whiled away most of the start of the week, so why stop now?!
Whilst its not officially reconised, we did quite well during the WW2 league(think they were divided into north and south). Notice the bloke in uniform.Forces personnel used to get in for nothing,which (as you said) was part of the morale boost.This lasted into the 50s ,as my Dad reckoned he use to get into games free.Not just at Spurs either.
...and now CURRY!
...well I hope you either laminated it first, or wiped it off after...
Do you know what damage that 'stuff' can do to old photos?
Protein is good for old photos. I read it on the internet once.
It's also good for a sore throat and spots... my Uncle told me once!