WHO Poll
Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
19%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
39%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
37%
  
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here
6%
  



Lee Trundle 3:49 Mon Aug 1
The most notable person from your home town
Rob Green, apparently, for CHERTSEY.

https://tjukanovt.github.io/notable-people

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joe royal 9:25 Thu Aug 4
Re: The most notable person from your home town
Lard

Most Irish people aren't Irish.

The Irish will do anything for their country except live in it.

Or be born in it.

Admiral Lard 4:32 Thu Aug 4
Re: The most notable person from your home town
Tunbridge Wells (Royal) has many notable sons and daughters, the two most likely are the cricketer, David Gower and Pogues front man Shane MacGowan! That’s right, the hellraiser lead singer is not one bit Irish, he’s from Sunny Tunny!

However, my particular favourite has to be the incomparable Ballard Berkeley, best known for playing The Major in Fawlty Towers.

Cor Blimey 11:48 Wed Aug 3
Re: The most notable person from your home town
Shamima Begum, Kray Twins, Micky Flanagan, Peter Green.

Woodford Green 3:40 Wed Aug 3
Re: The most notable person from your home town
Doesn’t seem to ever get mentioned that Ronnie O’Sullivan spent the best part of his childhood in Ilford. Used to live off of The Drive (St Andrews Road).

Was in my year at primary school (Highlands) and he then went to Wanstead Senior school

I’ve heard he’s recently bought and refurbished a house to live in near the Churchill statue in Woodford.

Telford Iron 2:53 Wed Aug 3
Re: The most notable person from your home town
Footballers
Irvin Gernon - Ipswich (brother of best mate)
Dalian Atkinson - Ipswich, Villa, Man City , Real Sociedad, Sheff Wed, Fenerbahce
Danny Guthrie - Liverpool, Newcastle, Reading etc
Elliot & Kyle Bennett - Blackburn

Other
Stephen Jones (Babybird)
T'Pau incl. Carol Decker
Cancer - Death metal band
The Sunshine Underground
David Brown - YouTuber and musician.

RBshorty 10:36 Tue Aug 2
Re: The most notable person from your home town
Mike. Jonjo Shelvey from the Hill. And playing and living in Newcastle. I would imagine Parkhurst looks quite appetising.

Percy Dalton 10:30 Tue Aug 2
Re: The most notable person from your home town
Born and bred in Plaistow so it's Honor Blackman and David Essex

defjam 10:08 Tue Aug 2
Re: The most notable person from your home town
Gemma Arterton - Born.

Sir Peter Blake - Went to art school here.

Paul Greengrass - Went to school here.

Anthrax - Formed here.

Katharine Hamnett - Born.

claret on my shirt 10:02 Tue Aug 2
Re: The most notable person from your home town
Kate Middleton

Mike Oxsaw 9:44 Tue Aug 2
Re: The most notable person from your home town
Was born in Harold Hill.

Anyone of note will probably be in one of Parkhurst, Wakefield or Strangeways.

Iron Duke 9:43 Tue Aug 2
Re: The most notable person from your home town
I could form a supergroup of Maggie Smith, Mick Jagger, Posh Spice and Scary Spice

SecondOpinion 9:31 Tue Aug 2
Re: The most notable person from your home town
Plumstead?

Kearley 9:03 Tue Aug 2
Re: The most notable person from your home town
Lived my first 21 years in the same road that Steve Davis grew up in. Went to my Primary school too I believe.

The snooker player, not the shit Fulham midfielder.

New Jersey 7:43 Tue Aug 2
Re: The most notable person from your home town
Nobody of note but Jeffrey Archer was my local MP until it he was found out to be a 'wrong un'. Did enjoy his prison diary books though.

cosmo smallpiece 6:48 Tue Aug 2
Re: The most notable person from your home town
Geoff Pike. Belhus estate.

With Kind Regards 3:35 Tue Aug 2
Re: The most notable person from your home town
Born in Barking so Bobby Moore has to top the list. In fact, I went to the same Junior School as him and was taught by the teacher who ran the school team and taught him as well.

Also, when on a bus to see my girlfriend in Dagenham, that Sir Alf Ramsay chap (not the famous WHO poster!) was on the bus as well. Would have been about 1970-71.

Russ of the BML 2:04 Tue Aug 2
Re: The most notable person from your home town
Grew up Laindon:

Joan Sims (Carry On films)

She was born in the station house at Laindon Station (which is now a florists)

Live Basildon:

Dave Ghan (Depeche Mode)
Alison Moyet (Bronski Beat and solo)
Terry Marsh (World champion boxer)

BillyJenningsBoots 1:43 Tue Aug 2
Re: The most notable person from your home town
* John Cannan (Suzie Lamplugh murderer and serial Rapist and all round bad sort - I played football with his brother for the local pub team)

BillyJenningsBoots 1:41 Tue Aug 2
Re: The most notable person from your home town
I was brought up in Sutton Coldfield near Birmingham...

Emma Willis (TV Presenter) went to my school (some years after me)
Cat Dealey (TV Presenter)
Colin Charvis (Welsh Rugby Giant)
Phelps twins (Actors - Played the Weasley Twins in Harry Potter)
Lord Norman Fowler (Ex-MP in the Thatcher Years and in her Govt - came round to our house for Lunch - my Dad was a Tory Councilor)
John Cannan (Suzie LamplRapist and all round bad sort - I played football with his brother for the local pub team)

Far Cough 1:33 Tue Aug 2
Re: The most notable person from your home town
Not forgetting the very funny and an accomplished pianist, the great Dudley Moore

Manuel 1:17 Tue Aug 2
Re: The most notable person from your home town
Trunds - Yea he went off the radar, which was a bit of a shame as he would probably be a good pundit, but old age did start to kick in with him early though I think. He was living in Spain and was involved in a top end hotel, but think he's fully retired now back in the UK.

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