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7 minutes ago, NEWKID said:

f**k me!!

Puma Kings or Adidas world cup were the boots to have when I played....

I remember when predators came in, you could bend it like Beckham as long as you paid £150 for some boots with a rough bit...lol

I personally didn’t think they allowed anyone to play mid field unless you wore kings or World Cup ? Lol lol 

I think those Nike boots were about £120 new when I bought them mate.

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16 minutes ago, WILF said:

I personally didn’t think they allowed anyone to play mid field unless you wore kings or World Cup ? Lol lol 

I think those Nike boots were about £120 new when I bought them mate.

An unwritten rule mate, but one I adhered too!! Lol...

Found an old pair of world cup.mouldys the other day in a boot bag in the shed....just need to sort this back and I'm ready... lol

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20 minutes ago, sid g said:

these are £999 on ebay s-l1600.jpg

What a cracking looking pair of boots, loved to have those in a frame...

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1 hour ago, sid g said:

thats what my uncle gave me late 60s  :doh: i had these alan balls ALAN BALL HUMMEL WHITE FOOTBALL BOOTS - BOUGHT FROM ALAN BALL  PLEASE READ STORY

Hummel?

Cheers, D.

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Dreamed of a pair of Adidas 2000, £100 back in the 70s had a pair of Santiago, they were about 30 quid, a week's wages 😳

Cheers, D.

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1 hour ago, sid g said:

thats what my uncle gave me late 60s  :doh: i had these alan balls ALAN BALL HUMMEL WHITE FOOTBALL BOOTS - BOUGHT FROM ALAN BALL  PLEASE READ STORY

I think I told you my Alan Ball story before...but f**k it sorry if I'm repeating myself...

When Alan Ball was manager of Exeter City we were playing under 17s against the city U17s.. his lad Jimmy Ball played for them...we were 1-1 in a league game and my mate scored a screamer...we went mad celebrating...straight up to Jimmy Ball who was a cocky little f****r then...give him loads... Alan Ball was on the side lines, the most high pitched voice in football.. screaming at us for poor sportsmanship calling us louts or some shit... I turned round and told him to f**k off...he went mental Lol... 

I didn't think about telling a world cup winner to f**k off at the time... but it's funny thinking about it now, bit of lack of class I suppose but that Jimmy Ball was a proper nob as a youngster..lol

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16 minutes ago, dytkos said:

Hummel?

Cheers, D.

Hummel

That's a blast from the past mate, weren't that what the German kit was in the 80s?

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16 minutes ago, NEWKID said:

Hummel

That's a blast from the past mate, weren't that what the German kit was in the 80s?

Thought that's what those white ones were?

Cheers, D.

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On 24/12/2019 at 00:09, NEWKID said:

I think I told you my Alan Ball story before...but f**k it sorry if I'm repeating myself...

When Alan Ball was manager of Exeter City we were playing under 17s against the city U17s.. his lad Jimmy Ball played for them...we were 1-1 in a league game and my mate scored a screamer...we went mad celebrating...straight up to Jimmy Ball who was a cocky little f****r then...give him loads... Alan Ball was on the side lines, the most high pitched voice in football.. screaming at us for poor sportsmanship calling us louts or some shit... I turned round and told him to f**k off...he went mental Lol... 

I didn't think about telling a world cup winner to f**k off at the time... but it's funny thinking about it now, bit of lack of class I suppose but that Jimmy Ball was a proper nob as a youngster..lol

Alan ball was best mates with my uncle Eddie, he used to stay at my aunty pats when I was a kid, 70’s early 80’s, took us the Everton games, Great memories, mad to think he’s one of few English men to lift the world cup, atb At 

 

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Just now, All-terrain said:

Alan ball was best mates with my uncle Eddie, he used to stay at my aunty pats when I was a kid, 70’s early 80’s, took us the Everton games, Great memories, mad to think he’s one of few English men to lift the world cup, atb At 

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Brilliant mate...what memories!!

Yeah its some achievement, well it's the absolute pinnacle for any footballer....makes me feel more of a young nob head to tell him to f**k off!! Lol...

 

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22 minutes ago, dytkos said:

Thought that's what those white ones were?

Cheers, D.

Googled those boots, bang on D...hummel...

 

I think the German kit in the late 80s early 90s might have been Hummel.... not sure though...

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2 minutes ago, NEWKID said:

Brilliant mate...what memories!!

Yeah its some achievement, well it's the absolute pinnacle for any footballer....makes me feel more of a young nob head to tell him to f**k off!! Lol...

 

yeah mate memories that can’t be taken👍, looking back and knowing what I know now we was lucky really, we used to know most the Everton players they’d always end up at eddies pissed 🤣 and spent loads of time at the ground waiting for Eddy  to come out the pub, haha  Alan is godfather to my two cousins ones named after him, Alan ball cavanagh and Eddie Francis cavanagh,EFC 🙂  great times mate and like you say great memories 👍 atb At 

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3 minutes ago, All-terrain said:

yeah mate memories that can’t be taken👍, looking back and knowing what I know now we was lucky really, we used to know most the Everton players they’d always end up at eddies pissed 🤣 and spent loads of time at the ground waiting for Eddy  to come out the pub, haha  Alan is godfather to my two cousins ones named after him, Alan ball cavanagh and Eddie Francis cavanagh,EFC 🙂  great times mate and like you say great memories 👍 atb At 

Great stuff mate.... must have been some crack round his house!!

 

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On 24/12/2019 at 00:53, NEWKID said:

Great stuff mate.... must have been some crack round his house!!

 

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