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View incolinwetrust's Profile incolinwetrust Flag SE25 29 Aug 10 10.54pm Send a Private Message to incolinwetrust Add incolinwetrust as a friend

Dougie Freedman, no question.

 

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View Lemon's Profile Lemon Flag SE25 29 Aug 10 10.57pm Send a Private Message to Lemon Add Lemon as a friend

Met a few Palace players in my time even though im only a teen :

Ian Wright - Met him in a petrol garage and he seemed alright, cracked a joke at him about his ferrari he smashed up and he was a nice enough guy

Clinton Morrison and Leon Mckenzie - Both were really nice and came into the Woolpack in selhurst one night with a member of coaching staff, stayed long enough and chatted to everyone.

Ertl - In waitrose and he was nice to talk to and good english, gave my bro and autograph

Ben Watson - Day after the bristol city game playoffs and he was disapointed but still stopped for a chat and photos

 


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View i_8_clowns's Profile i_8_clowns Flag Dorset 29 Aug 10 11.22pm Send a Private Message to i_8_clowns Add i_8_clowns as a friend

Alan Lee is a top guy. My sis who is 15 asked for a picture with him and then they took the picture but it wasn't a good one so he said to take it again and he was just an all round nice guy. Speroni was also great as you would expect. Both are genuine guys.

 

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View lyeemoon's Profile lyeemoon Flag Girne 30 Aug 10 2.24pm Send a Private Message to lyeemoon Add lyeemoon as a friend

Quote Selhurst Stallion at 09 Oct 2003 9.22am

Nigel Martyn is really down to earth, modest with his achievements and to be honest a really shy guy that you can't help but like. Happy to talk to you.

I agree and in a similar vogue but further back, Ian Evans, a very unassuming, quiet, pleasant man.


 


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View dannyh's Profile dannyh Flag wherever I lay my hat....... 30 Aug 10 3.19pm Send a Private Message to dannyh Add dannyh as a friend

Meet Dougie full of beans happy chap.

But Jobi mCanuff was a right decent fella

Although had a few beers with Jim Cannon and he is one funny Hombre.

 


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Prin_cpfc Flag Thornton Heath 30 Aug 10 3.40pm

Aki, Kolkka, Scannell and Dougie for me.

 


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View richard shaw (og)65's Profile richard shaw (og)65 Flag my minds eye 07 Sep 10 5.10pm Send a Private Message to richard shaw (og)65 Add richard shaw (og)65 as a friend

clinton morrison second spell , shook his hand outside the ground before a game ,i asked him how his injury was and he said 2 weeks , he then said nice to have met you , a very pleasant young man and a credit to his family , even before that ,contrary to a lot of people on here he was one of my favourite palace players .

i saw pardew at windsor races when he was manager at reading , chatted about football , reading and us was both after nicky forster at the time and he said we didnt have a chance of getting him . whilst we was in conversation i noticed he was taking a rather passing interest in my girlfriends chest , which he passed off as admiring her ramones t shirt .

funny enough i also saw him when he was going through his bad time at west ham , he was hailing a cab in piccadilly just as i was getting on my bike , i shouted over to him , " good luck al " , he looked like he had the right hump , scored one crucial goal for us but other than that he was pony .

 


interviewer " iggy , do you think you influenced anybody?"
iggy pop " I think I wiped out the 60`S "

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View richard shaw (og)65's Profile richard shaw (og)65 Flag my minds eye 07 Sep 10 5.17pm Send a Private Message to richard shaw (og)65 Add richard shaw (og)65 as a friend

shaun derry at a wedding last november , it was just after the cardiff incident with chopra , i asked him about it and he said " what goes on the pitch stays on the pitch " uuummmmm .

seemed like a realy nice bloke , he was very humble and said how lucky he was to have the best job in the world , it was the evening after a game and he had played really well .

later on a mate of mine who was really pissed collared him and kept farting which was a bit embarassing , sean took it well though , i had a sling on as i had a broken collar bone at the time and he wished me a speedy recovery which was nice . top bloke

Edited by richard shaw (og)65 (07 Sep 2010 5.18pm)

 


interviewer " iggy , do you think you influenced anybody?"
iggy pop " I think I wiped out the 60`S "

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View radsyrendot's Profile radsyrendot Flag From Coventry now in Leicester 10 Sep 10 8.06am Send a Private Message to radsyrendot Add radsyrendot as a friend

salako

 

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madcap Flag #winning 10 Sep 10 2.07pm

of the current crop, Dannzy, Andrew, Speroni and Ambrose are all very friendly.

Clint Hill was a good bloke, challenged me to a dance off at the POTY dinner and then asked if I wanted to go get w***ered in Croydon. Ertl and Derry were nice blokes as well.

Morrison as mentioned previously is a real down to earth chap and Brighty, Geoff Thomas, Salako and Wright are very friendly too

 


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View darley eagle's Profile darley eagle Flag East Grinstead 10 Sep 10 2.28pm Send a Private Message to darley eagle Add darley eagle as a friend

Nigel Martyn, when i stood next to him having a wee at the Coombe Lodge, he was really chatty

 

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