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  • Lorimer and Worthington in the same week. Iconic players both. RIP fellas.

  • October 1973, Leicester v Leeds at Filbert Street, one of my first games, both were playing. 2-2, Worthington scored for us. Leeds won the old first division that season.

  • you don't look old enough dude! but sweet memories

  • I can remember all us kids imitating that Bolton goal, amazing cheek.

    Think he was playing at the first match I ever attended, a friendly between Leicester and a Dutch side at Filbert Street... 1973? But I can't find it...

    RIP Frank

  • That goal was so good, even the ref applauded - 0:14

  • It's the turn that makes that goal. Not the bit before it all. The speed of the turn is something else. The three touches before his fourth are all key in the misdirection and set up. But it's the fourth and turn.

  • Different kind of 70s nostalgia: George Segal.

  • just 15 years and 289 days when he made his first-team debut for Leeds United

    RIP you legend.. love those goals against man united :)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0eRGI7IJ­0rM

  • George Segal.

    He was in everything

  • He even found time to knock out this statue in Broadgate:

  • That’s sad. I’ve been enjoying the series over the past few months. RIP

  • Ah, that’s a real shame. AD and Archer are both brilliant, and she really made both of them.

  • Probably one for the House Music thread, but Elbee Bad

  • Tony Pola, drummer in the Surrealists and the Beasts of Bourbon... Died last Thursday, got absolutely shitfaced with him and Brian Hooper back in the late 80s on their first UK Surrealists tour... Good lads, never got a chance to catch up with them again and now they're both dead... RIP...


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  • Paul Ritter.

    Shit on it.

  • RIP Paul Ritter - an incredible actor. And yes, ‘shit on it’.

  • Hans Küng, by some distance the most eminent theologian in Christianity, who tried to go beyond. He had a good innings at 93.

    Oh, and Uta Ranke-Heinemann. She was another critic who like Küng had her permission to teach Catholic theology stripped from her.

    They were both of the same generation as Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI, who is still alive.

  • Phil the Greek

  • We don't even get a day off work for that prick.

  • Not entirely unexpected.

    Public holiday for the funeral?

  • Well fuck that.

  • Now for 10 hours of live coverage of a dead person on all BBC channels.

    Looking forward to them reanimating Nicholas Witchell to say the same four sentences over and over again.

  • reanimating Nicholas Witchell

    Ugh. The worst lickspittle. Don't know why he still gets wheeled out.

  • One day too late for the new series of Have I Got News For You.

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