Discussion in 'Parramatta Eels' started by El Diablo, Dec 30, 2013.
Yeah Bazza, that was Ned. One the hard blokes to ever lace up a pair of football boots. Team of the Century member.
Couldn't catch a f**king ball or run more than ten metres without tripping over but f**k he could blue. Played for Australia.
Are there any bigger bludgers than public servants?
What a pack of wankers.
Mexicans, I believe. Though a Mexican public servant might be hard to beat.
My favourite Wests player was Peter Diamond. Great centre and bloody tough, too.
Shit yeah, Pete "the greek" Dimond; another real hard bastard.
Johnny "the snoozer" Elford from the early-mid 70s could go too.
Don't forget the McGuiness boys.
Johnny Baker was 'pound for pound' one of Wests toughest.
Nev (Boxhead) Charlton, Denis Meaney, Mark Patch, big Kel O'Shea...they were handy players at the Millionaires Club.........
and that's not forgetting Jim Cody and (particularly) Nev Hornery....
Heard a few stories about Nev, I can't repeat - anywhere. He was a real hard bloke.
Shut up, f**kface.
And Brandon Costin!
So where do confirmed signings get posted now?
In the cooking thread, though i dunno where its gone...
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f**k, groundhog day.
Are you referring to Greg "the Groundhog" McMillian? He was a tough bugger but was also a very skilful half. I could tell you some stories about him that would make your toes curl.
Single handedly beat Souths one day by scoring four tries and setting up two more. From then on April 27th has been forever known as Groundhog Day amongst diehard Magpies supporters.
F**k you guys are old bastards. May as well be crapping on about the 480 BC Olympics.
I remember when Leonidas of Rhodes walloped Milo of Croton... What a bunch of old codgers you lot.
And what makes it even worse, you're all dribbling on about an extinct fossil and the ancient geezers that once played there.
Which has nothing to do about our great and living club.
By the way, which club are you ramming on about? Surely not, you old fart. Best described as on life support.
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