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The First Time Ever I Saw Your Team: Leeds United

Sunderlan v Leeds

Monsieur Salut writes: in his latest addition to this hugely entertaining series recalling his first encounters with opposing teams or – for away games – their grounds, Pete Sixsmith begins with a confession. But do not be fooled by his Leeds origins. Sixer moved to County Durham – just up the street from me – […]

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The First Time Ever I Saw Your Team: (2) Bury

Two Worried Men

For his first contribution to a series he devised in a quiet moment between delivering papers, visiting obscure football grounds and losing weight, Pete Sixsmith very nearly won the Freedom of Derby, so contented were the Rams fans who strayed here long enough to see it. Second instalment: back where we won 5-2 to clinch […]

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The first time ever I saw your team: Derby County

Pete Sixsmith

The newly slimline version of Pete Sixsmith has obviously been reading Salut! Live‘s interesting series Cover Story, comparing different versions of the same songs – health warning: mainly folk or folk-rock). He should actually be contributing to it. Since it was written by a folkie, The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face, has been […]

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Sunderland vs Manchester City. Checkatrade Guess the Score and Wembley memories

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GUESS THE SCORE: The Checktrade rules are simple – no extra time but penalties if scores are level at 90 […]

Sixer’s Scunthorpe Soapbox: Sunderland fail to flatter as Iron pressure pays

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Malcolm Dawson writes………tied up as I am in a hotel in Lytham St Anne’s (and before you get any ideas […]

Rate the ref: Scunthorpe v Sunderland

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In an attempt to minimise RSI I’m reducing the page to the poll and little more. I’ll set up a […]

Sixer’s Scunthorpe Sevens: A good point but we need to find that poacher

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What do you make of a draw at Scunny? A point gained or two thrown away? Luton open a gap, […]

The First Time Ever I Saw Your Ground: Scunthorpe United and Glanford Park

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It’s over 100 years since E M Forster wrote “The Machine Stops”. If you haven’t read it I suggest you […]

View from the Avenue: a Sunderland rallying cry to still half-term wobbles

Jake: 'when will we next see sunny times for Sunderland AFC?'

Monsieur Salut says: Paul Summerside and I joust regularly at Facebook about Brexit, a subject I broadly feel wisest to […]

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