Soccer AM - Sean Dyche
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Havent watched Soccer AM for years but watching it whilst the OH is watching some shite on Netflix.

Good to see its finally moved away from the old format and has  little of it's own identity with Bullard and the other chap. 

The interview with Dyche was very funny. He is unexpectedly very funny. 

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#2
Cheers for sharing. I enjoyed that
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#3
Cheers Lurker, I enjoyed that. Funny chap. I wonder how Sean Dyche's brother came to be an Albion supporter.
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(10-28-2019, 06:34 PM)Lurker#3 Wrote: Havent watched Soccer AM for years but watching it whilst the OH is watching some shite on Netflix.

Good to see its finally moved away from the old format and has  little of it's own identity with Bullard and the other chap. 

The interview with Dyche was very funny. He is unexpectedly very funny. 


Yeah I enjoy it now with Bullard and Fenners. It's just a bit of fun. Funnier last season though as they had Lloyd Griffith as a co presenter.
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(10-29-2019, 01:37 AM)GunsOfNavarone Wrote: Cheers Lurker, I enjoyed that. Funny chap. I wonder how Sean Dyche's brother came to be an Albion supporter.

I suppose we were quite a glamorous team in that Atkinson era and got a few would-be glory hunters. He's from Kettering, so no real obvious local team to follow.
Weird to think over the country there's a smattering of Albion glory-hunter fans! I'd imagine many of them would have changed teams though by 86.
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(10-29-2019, 12:41 PM)Spandaubaggie Wrote:
(10-29-2019, 01:37 AM)GunsOfNavarone Wrote: Cheers Lurker, I enjoyed that. Funny chap. I wonder how Sean Dyche's brother came to be an Albion supporter.

I suppose we were quite a glamorous team in that Atkinson era and got a few would-be glory hunters. He's from Kettering, so no real obvious local team to follow.
Weird to think over the country there's a smattering of Albion glory-hunter fans! I'd imagine many of them would have changed teams though by 86.
We were glamorous in the late 70d. Lots of people's 2nd team I think. I have a friend from Southampton who supports Albion for that reason.
Fool!
Re Kettering. Didn't BFR start there? Might explain the connection.
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(10-29-2019, 12:41 PM)Spandaubaggie Wrote:
(10-29-2019, 01:37 AM)GunsOfNavarone Wrote: Cheers Lurker, I enjoyed that. Funny chap. I wonder how Sean Dyche's brother came to be an Albion supporter.

I suppose we were quite a glamorous team in that Atkinson era and got a few would-be glory hunters. He's from Kettering, so no real obvious local team to follow.
Weird to think over the country there's a smattering of Albion glory-hunter fans! I'd imagine many of them would have changed teams though by 86.

I saw my first game in 1982 and I've always been gutted that I missed out on our glory side of the late 70's but I'm always proud of the fact that when you tell someone you support the Albion you never get comments about being a glory hunter etc. We've had no glory to hunt!

I've only ever known varying degrees of shiteness!  Big Grin
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(10-29-2019, 03:10 PM)Peachy Wrote:
(10-29-2019, 12:41 PM)Spandaubaggie Wrote:
(10-29-2019, 01:37 AM)GunsOfNavarone Wrote: Cheers Lurker, I enjoyed that. Funny chap. I wonder how Sean Dyche's brother came to be an Albion supporter.

I suppose we were quite a glamorous team in that Atkinson era and got a few would-be glory hunters. He's from Kettering, so no real obvious local team to follow.
Weird to think over the country there's a smattering of Albion glory-hunter fans! I'd imagine many of them would have changed teams though by 86.

I saw my first game in 1982 and I've always been gutted that I missed out on our glory side of the late 70's but I'm always proud of the fact that when you tell someone you support the Albion you never get comments about being a glory hunter etc. We've had no glory to hunt!

I've only ever known varying degrees of shiteness!  Big Grin

TBF, you got some pretty bad days in early on. Big Grin
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(10-29-2019, 05:46 PM)Tom Joad Wrote:
(10-29-2019, 03:10 PM)Peachy Wrote:
(10-29-2019, 12:41 PM)Spandaubaggie Wrote:
(10-29-2019, 01:37 AM)GunsOfNavarone Wrote: Cheers Lurker, I enjoyed that. Funny chap. I wonder how Sean Dyche's brother came to be an Albion supporter.

I suppose we were quite a glamorous team in that Atkinson era and got a few would-be glory hunters. He's from Kettering, so no real obvious local team to follow.
Weird to think over the country there's a smattering of Albion glory-hunter fans! I'd imagine many of them would have changed teams though by 86.

I saw my first game in 1982 and I've always been gutted that I missed out on our glory side of the late 70's but I'm always proud of the fact that when you tell someone you support the Albion you never get comments about being a glory hunter etc. We've had no glory to hunt!

I've only ever known varying degrees of shiteness!  Big Grin

TBF, you got some pretty bad days in early on. Big Grin

That 78-79 side really should have won something just our luck to come up against the best Liverpool side in living memory   Sad
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(10-29-2019, 05:46 PM)Tom Joad Wrote:
(10-29-2019, 03:10 PM)Peachy Wrote:
(10-29-2019, 12:41 PM)Spandaubaggie Wrote:
(10-29-2019, 01:37 AM)GunsOfNavarone Wrote: Cheers Lurker, I enjoyed that. Funny chap. I wonder how Sean Dyche's brother came to be an Albion supporter.

I suppose we were quite a glamorous team in that Atkinson era and got a few would-be glory hunters. He's from Kettering, so no real obvious local team to follow.
Weird to think over the country there's a smattering of Albion glory-hunter fans! I'd imagine many of them would have changed teams though by 86.

 
I saw my first game in 1982 and I've always been gutted that I missed out on our glory side of the late 70's but I'm always proud of the fact that when you tell someone you support the Albion you never get comments about being a glory hunter etc. We've had no glory to hunt!

I've only ever known varying degrees of shiteness!  Big Grin

TBF, you got some pretty bad days in early on. Big Grin

I got the good days in early on and never have seen us hit the heights as we did in my pre-pubescent days. First season saw us promoted, next 7th, 6th, 3rd, 10th and 4th.
At 15 I saw 4 league table finishes we've never attained the heights of in the 37 years since. In fact the disappointing season of 79/80 would have been one of the best.
We went from the best post war Albion side to the worst period in the club's history in a very short time.
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