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Tony Cascarino actually qualified to play for the Republic of Ireland because his grandfather was a real live leprechaun, but he didn't want the press to get wind of it.

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Don O'Riordan onced owned a discotheque in the Devon countryside. It’s only got 3 records, Saturday Night Fever and two by the Wurzels. It’s never turned a profit.

 

they use The Blackbird to close the night. 

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Former Brazilian international Hulk takes his nickname from the fact that he lives on an abandoned prison ship. His facial resemblance to Lou Ferrigno is just a coincidence. 

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3 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

Former Brazilian international Hulk takes his nickname from the fact that he lives on an abandoned prison ship. His facial resemblance to Lou Ferrigno is just a coincidence. 

Roger Palmer once screen tested and was accepted for the part of Dr Banner. But he didn’t fancy the commute from Oldham to Hollywood 

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Joe Royle likes to go on motorbiking trips in Vietnam. He can't find a helmet to fit him, so he always goes to a local market, buys half a large watermelon and plonks it on his head after discarding all the scooped out flesh. He has no need for a strap.

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Legendary footballer and administrator , Itor Abollockoff, was so partisan towards CSKA Sofia that when Head of Bulgarian FA he insisted that Radzgrad rename themselves Ludogorets, an anagram of Good Result which every opposition managers says after playing them in Europe. 

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