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Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
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26%
  
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d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue
3%
  



riosleftsock 6:10 Sun May 8
Dennis Waterman RIP
74 years old. Star of Minder, Sweeney and Dirty Tricks.

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wanstead_hammer 11:04 Tue May 10
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
Yeh, sad news indeed.
Was a terrific actor with a cockney sense of humour and The Sweeney and Minder were both superb.
RIP Dennis.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:04 Tue May 10
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
Hammer and Pickle 11:30 Mon May 9

Pickled,

We know for a fact that you are sitting in front of a computer screen having that fantasy. Just as a matter of interest, is your trouser waist-band above or below the knee right now?

Hammer and Pickle 11:30 Mon May 9
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
Problem is Pointy, you're traumatised by your even more pointy-headed sister slapping you all your life.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:25 Mon May 9
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
Swiss,

I may well be a knuckle-dragger, but at least I don't run away when asked to define what a female is.

Come On You Irons 7:54 Mon May 9
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
Yes, Waterman admitted Lenska got hit and basically stated that Lenska was asking for it by saying something like "it's easy for a woman to create situations where they get hit".

Still, Waterman did no wrong and that his wife beating can be brushed under the carpet in knuckle dragger SurfaceAgentX2Zero's world. What a dinosaur this bloke seems to be.

Lato 7:50 Mon May 9
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
Loved the Sweeney and later on Minder.

RIP Dennis

BBondsBootlaces 6:49 Mon May 9
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
He all as admitted to it on Piers Morgan's show.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 1:01 Mon May 9
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
I think his only ex that accused him of knocking them about was Rula Lenska, who is nutty as a fruitcake. In the absence of any corroboration from other exes and kids, I'm going to call Amber Heard on this one.

RIP Dennis, stooge to two of my favourite lines from 70s/80s telly:

'Oi George! You ginger?'

'A large VAT and a half of lager for my business associate'

Much missed, Dennis, George and John.

The one with James Bolam and Alun Armstrong was very good too. Until Dennis was last man Standing (ouch!)

Justin P 11:56 Mon May 9
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
RIP Dennis

The first Minder was by far the best with Terry in it, the 2nd batch with his cousin or whoever it was was ok and I had the misfortune of working with Shane Ritchie on the last shitshow!

Far Cough 11:30 Mon May 9
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
The world was his Lobster

Moncurs Putting Iron 9:55 Mon May 9
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
He's going to right the Eulogy, sing the eulog...

...Oh. Maybe not.

RIP

Tomshardware 9:31 Mon May 9
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
Superb chemistry him and John Thaw had in The Sweeney then he also had a great rapport with George Cole in Minder.

White Pony 2:09 Mon May 9
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
I loved Minder. Watching repeats now make me proper nostalgic for how London used to be.

RIP and all that.

Admiral Lard 1:57 Mon May 9
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
The Winchester, one of the great institutions

Matthew Holmes 1:10 Mon May 9
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
I could be so good for you!

RIP DW

Alfs 12:47 Mon May 9
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
Perhaps not the original production then.

"Waterman played the role of Oliver Twist in the production of the Lionel Bart musical Oliver! staged at the Mermaid Theatre, London, in the early 1960s, and appears on the cast recording released in 1961".

arsegrapes 12:11 Mon May 9
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
RIP, couple of things spring to mind. Bumping into a few Herbert's who used to run around the corridors in school singing the Sweeney theme tune the day after it was on and precede to kick the shit out of anyone they cornered. Went on for weeks but to far and came to an abrupt end when one kid took a steel toe cap breaking his hooter with claret everywhere. Gave him a hanky to mop up and a warning to keep his gob shut which he duly obliged.

Other was given to tickets to see George Cole in Pirate's of Penzance at Drury Lane, wasn't looking forward to it particularly, but GC was brilliant, funny fucker.

ludo21 11:06 Sun May 8
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
Loved Minder back in the day... sad to hear this news tonight. RIP

zebthecat 10:53 Sun May 8
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
He had a great career and was in two superb TV series at least another good one.
Remember him talking about working with George Cole and saying it was a pleasure. They both grew up in South London and were child actors who had graduated to acting adults so they had a lot in common.

martinbritt_63 10:38 Sun May 8
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
In the original West End production of Oliver - New Theatre, June 30, 1960

Oliver - Keith Hamshere

Dodger - Martin Horsey

Alfs 9:43 Sun May 8
Re: Dennis Waterman RIP
I believe that he played The Artful Dodger opposite Phil Collins' Oliver in the original West End production

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