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Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by Tomp, Sep 12, 2003.


Whats your Favourite 90s Fanzine?

  1. Wheres The Money Gone?

  2. Foxed Off!

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  3. When Your Smiling

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  1. Tomp

    Tomp New Member

    Do you remember the fanzines from the 90s? The Fox (still going), When Your Smiling, Wheres the Money Gone?, Foxed Off!

    What was your favourite?

    Nows your chance to vote for your favourite. Mine was Foxed Off. Ill tell you why when the poll has had a few votes.
  2. bluefox

    bluefox New Member

    My favorite was Where's the money gone. the best issue was the one published around the time of the infamous Sheff. Utd match with MON in charge.

    The centre page was a "Roly-poly "girl with Mark Maghees head superimposed on it. The following wednesday we played Wolves at Molenuex and as the teams came out all the Liecester fans held up the centre fold in the general direction of the dug-outs. - Leicester went on to win the game 3-2 which kicked started thier play off push and was the beginning of the MON success story. ( I seem to recall that one Neil Lennon watched from the stands having signed for us earlier in the day)
  3. webmaster

    webmaster Moderator

    There were several other short lived fanzines around, For Fox Sake (no connection with the website of the same name), The Moon, and a few more.
  4. Tomp

    Tomp New Member

    WTMG did do some absolutely classic stuff although much of it was not very PC! Remember Wortho the Dog? If you mess with the city its going to get shitty!

    BTW I didnt include The Fox because it is still in print.
  5. Tomp

    Tomp New Member

    I promised to tell you why I was such a fan of 'Foxed Off'.

    Heres the answer:

    I was the editor!
  6. Ricey

    Ricey New Member

    Slightly biased then arn't you Thomp :wink:

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