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Gavros 12:44 Wed Dec 5
Sandy Gall
Just saw him reading out the news about Lockerbie on the documentary about it so decided to see when he died.

He's still alive.

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Sven Roeder 7:53 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sandy Gall
Sandie Shaw is still alive

Was reading the obit of that Richard Baker and said when he was in his care home he would get newspapers and ‘read the news’ to the other patients.
I liked that

lab 4:37 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sandy Gall
Far Cough 1:38, yes he did ,he use to shoot at Clandon Park guildford,after lunch, and a good swig of port he would shoot at low flying pheasants ,the beaters would have to hit the deck.

gph 3:48 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sandy Gall
On the same page )our most highly qualified player?): Dr. James MARSHALL ... (1935 - 1937)

The career of this famous thrice-capped Scottish international inside-forward followed a remarkably similar path to another wearer of the claret-and-blue, Archie Macaulay. The latter was understudy to Doctor Jim at Glasgow Rangers in the early 30's, and didn't win a regular place at Ibrox until Jimmy (a medical practitioner) transferred in 1934 to Arsenal...with whom Archie also played later in his career. Joining the 'Gers in 1925 from junior side Shettleston, "Doc" Marshall, as he was mostly known, won five Scottish League Championship medals with the Light Blues between 1927 and 1932. Hammers signed Jimmy from the Gunners in March 1935, making his debut in the Second Division clash with Port Vale at Vale Park in a 2-2 draw on the 16th March 1935, David Mangnall who also made his League bow the same day and Dr. Jim both score on their debut. Jim played in the Second Division side at the inside-right position fairly regularly up to the commencement of 1937-38, when he was once again succeeded by Archie who had been purchased from Glasgow Rangers for a reported fee of £3,500.

b: Avonbridge, Stirlingshire 03/01/1908

Appearances: 57 (gls 14) Cup: 2 (gls 0)

gph 3:37 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sandy Gall
Tommy Gall might be. Probably isn't though.

Charlie Paynter's pen-portrait:
Tommy "Herbert" Gall was signed from Aberdeen prior to the 1934-35 campaign, this tricky outside-left made only one appearance in the claret-and-blue for West Ham United, coming against Newcastle United in a 0-3 reverse at St. James's Park on the 23rd February 1935. Unable to make his mark in any further first team games he returned north of the border the following season to play for St. Mirren.


gph 3:19 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sandy Gall
Sandy Clark is still going strong

Gavros 2:54 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sandy Gall
You want some?

Northern Sold 2:43 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sandy Gall
What a fucking blinding thread... up there with your jeans thread.... what a cunt

zico 2:38 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sandy Gall
terry-h 1:07 Wed Dec 5

And Kim Cattrall.

HairyHammer 1:55 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sandy Gall
Richard Baker died the other day he was a great newsreader.

Sandy gall I remember he reminded me of Johnny Morris and I remember him wearing beige a lot.

Far Cough 1:38 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sandy Gall
Reggie liked a drink didn't he?

Allegedly of course

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 1:20 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sandy Gall
Stanley Baxter once sang a very funny song about him and Reggie Bosenquet - sadly I can't find it anywhere.

wanstead_hammer 1:14 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sandy Gall
Sandy Gallstones.

terry-h 1:07 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sandy Gall
The following had made reservations on the doomed flight that was bombed over Lockerbie but for various reasons had not turned up at Heathrow to take their seats:
Tennis player Mats Wilander
Punk singer John Lydon
Motown group The Four Tops.

gph 12:57 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sandy Gall
Doris Day's day is not over

Duncan Donuts 12:54 Wed Dec 5
Re: Sandy Gall
Maybe he'll be wishing Kirk Douglas a happy 102nd birthday next Sunday?

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