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Naughty boozer that. Used to hate it in there.

Is it still open?

 

I only ever went for christenings or communions as I have family from the north end and as I am from the south end it was the only time I would venture into the north end to go drinking.

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I got told he lived in formby and was a regular in one of the watering holes or I may be mistaking him for razor.

As far as I know DF lived out by Ormskirk somewhere. Neil Ruddock did live in Formby and was always in the Grapes.

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I remember some years ago Kevin Keegan got attacked by some fellas with baseball bats,what was that all about.I'll bet some of you boys know.Just curious like.

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Ronnie Whelan supposedly owned the sportsman pub in kirkdale!

He did, he used to get his brother in law, Freddie to run it for him. quite a few of the players used to go in there, I've seen McMahon, Hansen, Hysen, Venison, Staunton in there. Even seen Kenny arrive, only he went upstairs. I always thought it was OK in there. I used to frequent it most Fri & Sat from 1989 until around 1992. I remember going in there after the Palace Semi,a Sunday night I think, Whelen was pissed & having a right old laugh whilst I was proper sulking. Gave him a right mouthful & told him to fuck off. Good times.

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