Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by artic fox, Feb 1, 2018.
How old are you, Micky?
(If you don’t mind me asking)
Earl Shilton Community College. Sorry.
Should have guessed that really.
Not a problem. I was 37 all of 4 days ago.
I guessed you were probably slightly younger than me (I’m 41), but in my year, all the lads from the Vale were Forest fans. Melton has always had a lot of Forest fans, particularly the lads slightly older than me, but there were still a lot of City fans too. When we went to the Upper School, however, it was very much an invasion of Forest fans, when the Belvoir kids joined us.
Well I went to Stathern Primary School and then Belvoir High. Then it was onto the Upper School. I bet our paths crossed at some point. When I was at Belvoir High the majority of my mates were Forest or County fans. The Upper School was quite good for me as it was during the Martin O'Neill era. I used to get fed up of the Forest fans whining on about Clough.
You may well know a couple of my brothers, although they weren’t in your year. I was at Uni by the time the O’Neill years were going, but still made sure my Forest supporting mates were watching
LOving this thread!
David thanks so much for sharing,the language added to the enjoyment as it gets you thinking that is a Radio Station that is out there .Love it and the content covered was spot on.
Same birthday as my dog.
I've never lived in Leicester. For years all I knew of Leicester was the Aylestone Road and Eastern Boulevard where Marvin's bus from Rugby used to park. Some time in the late 60s, the M1 opened north of Crick and some of the drivers used to get back to Lutterworth via the motorway, so I became familiar with the Narborough Road.
It wasn't until the mid-70s that I actually got to the City Centre when I travelled up with the Arsenal fans on their special train for the FA Cup replays. And I don't think I was in the centre again until the early 90s when I started to travel with the London Branch.
After my early retirement in 2003, I started to stay overnight at the Travelodge after night matches so I was able to see a little of the city the following morning. More recently I've arrived in Leicester by boat and had more time to look around/
I really know little about the place.
Older than my dog.
I like Homeywomeypants
But better looking.
So you have a barge?
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder... and I've never seen you so I can't comment.
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