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Title: "Christmas Stocking Fillers" - club website
Post by: The Sound of Silence on December 01, 2016, 09:53:08 AM
Intrigued by the choice of player to illustrate this story - don't think I'll be rushing out to buy one of those! Had they considered a picture of Miley instead?


Title: Re: "Christmas Stocking Fillers" - club website
Post by: Snork Maiden on December 01, 2016, 10:41:13 AM
Can't see many of those selling with any of this seasons squad on!!


Title: Re: "Christmas Stocking Fillers" - club website
Post by: George Heslops Moustache on December 01, 2016, 11:46:40 AM
Wow, are they actually a real thing? Look like "Lads on tour" t-shirts.


Title: Re: "Christmas Stocking Fillers" - club website
Post by: Andrew Flynn on December 01, 2016, 02:11:06 PM
Not very good.


Title: Re: "Christmas Stocking Fillers" - club website
Post by: The Sound of Silence on December 01, 2016, 03:12:27 PM
Tempted to order a Fabio Bassangue shirt, but the washing instructions would be in French and it would fall apart after 18 minutes......


Title: Re: "Christmas Stocking Fillers" - club website
Post by: Mick on December 01, 2016, 08:01:50 PM
Tempted to order a Fabio Bassangue shirt, but the washing instructions would be in French and it would fall apart after 18 minutes......

Or even Portugese


Title: Re: "Christmas Stocking Fillers" - club website
Post by: York Alty is back on December 01, 2016, 08:07:12 PM
Tempted to order a Fabio Bassangue shirt, but the washing instructions would be in French and it would fall apart after 18 minutes......

Or even Portugese

Fabs is multi-lingual...


Title: Re: "Christmas Stocking Fillers" - club website
Post by: EX GK on December 02, 2016, 08:00:05 AM
For all those who have commented on this subject, I am happy to print any ALTY FC themed photo on to any size of t.shirt in ANY colour. Just send your requirements to me at ianssen@aol.com including your chosen image.


Title: Re: "Christmas Stocking Fillers" - club website
Post by: The Sound of Silence on December 02, 2016, 08:30:21 AM
Mick raises an interesting point - at this stage readers with a life might like to stop reading.

Guinea-Bissau was indeed a Portuguese colony (1-0 Mick)

BUT

Only 14% of the population speaks Portuguese, because it is associated with the colonial past (1-1)

BUT

There are no stats on how many of the population speak French (2-1 Mick)

BUT

Bassangue is definitely a French, not a Portuguese name (2-2 and into extra time)

BUT
Guinea-Bissau is a member of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries (3-2 Mick)

BUT

It is also a member of La Francophonie (which is the French equivalent of the CPLC) (3-3 and on to penalties)

At which point Mick wins because I have no idea what languages Fabio speaks (although I know one he doesn't), but whereas I can speak some French I can't speak any Portuguese, so it suits me to assume he speaks French.

Good luck Mick in the later rounds of "Fabulous Footballers and where to find them".

I would get out more, but either we lose or it's too foggy and frosty.


Title: Re: "Christmas Stocking Fillers" - club website
Post by: York Alty is back on December 02, 2016, 11:53:15 AM
Mick raises an interesting point - at this stage readers with a life might like to stop reading.

Guinea-Bissau was indeed a Portuguese colony (1-0 Mick)

BUT

Only 14% of the population speaks Portuguese, because it is associated with the colonial past (1-1)

BUT

There are no stats on how many of the population speak French (2-1 Mick)

BUT

Bassangue is definitely a French, not a Portuguese name (2-2 and into extra time)

BUT
Guinea-Bissau is a member of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries (3-2 Mick)

BUT

It is also a member of La Francophonie (which is the French equivalent of the CPLC) (3-3 and on to penalties)

At which point Mick wins because I have no idea what languages Fabio speaks (although I know one he doesn't), but whereas I can speak some French I can't speak any Portuguese, so it suits me to assume he speaks French.

Good luck Mick in the later rounds of "Fabulous Footballers and where to find them".

I would get out more, but either we lose or it's too foggy and frosty.

Post of the Year. Excellenrt work.


Title: Re: "Christmas Stocking Fillers" - club website
Post by: Hemel Alty on December 02, 2016, 12:04:44 PM
I'm tempted to get a 'Morison-Derbyshire' to get maximum value for my tenner.


Title: Re: "Christmas Stocking Fillers" - club website
Post by: York Alty is back on December 02, 2016, 12:41:14 PM
I'm tempted to get a 'Morison-Derbyshire' to get maximum value for my tenner.

Or a retro Nathan Comley-Excell.

Who was that lad Celtic had a few years ago - daftly long name?


Title: Re: "Christmas Stocking Fillers" - club website
Post by: Snork Maiden on December 02, 2016, 12:53:51 PM
Jan Veneggor of Hesselink


Title: Re: "Christmas Stocking Fillers" - club website
Post by: Brian Flynn on December 02, 2016, 02:42:21 PM
Mick raises an interesting point - at this stage readers with a life might like to stop reading.

Guinea-Bissau was indeed a Portuguese colony (1-0 Mick)

BUT

Only 14% of the population speaks Portuguese, because it is associated with the colonial past (1-1)

BUT

There are no stats on how many of the population speak French (2-1 Mick)

BUT

Bassangue is definitely a French, not a Portuguese name (2-2 and into extra time)

BUT
Guinea-Bissau is a member of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries (3-2 Mick)

BUT

It is also a member of La Francophonie (which is the French equivalent of the CPLC) (3-3 and on to penalties)

At which point Mick wins because I have no idea what languages Fabio speaks (although I know one he doesn't), but whereas I can speak some French I can't speak any Portuguese, so it suits me to assume he speaks French.

Good luck Mick in the later rounds of "Fabulous Footballers and where to find them".

I would get out more, but either we lose or it's too foggy and frosty.

I know that he definitely speaks French.


Title: Re: "Christmas Stocking Fillers" - club website
Post by: Teasierbeaver on December 02, 2016, 03:24:23 PM
Mick raises an interesting point - at this stage readers with a life might like to stop reading.

Guinea-Bissau was indeed a Portuguese colony (1-0 Mick)

BUT

Only 14% of the population speaks Portuguese, because it is associated with the colonial past (1-1)

BUT

There are no stats on how many of the population speak French (2-1 Mick)

BUT

Bassangue is definitely a French, not a Portuguese name (2-2 and into extra time)

BUT
Guinea-Bissau is a member of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries (3-2 Mick)

BUT

It is also a member of La Francophonie (which is the French equivalent of the CPLC) (3-3 and on to penalties)

At which point Mick wins because I have no idea what languages Fabio speaks (although I know one he doesn't), but whereas I can speak some French I can't speak any Portuguese, so it suits me to assume he speaks French.

Good luck Mick in the later rounds of "Fabulous Footballers and where to find them".

I would get out more, but either we lose or it's too foggy and frosty.

I know that he definitely speaks French.

Oui oui, bien sur, hors jeu!

Tudo bem


Title: Re: "Christmas Stocking Fillers" - club website
Post by: York Alty is back on December 02, 2016, 08:16:44 PM
Jan Veneggor of Hesselink

That s the geezer. Ta