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3 hours ago, Nelly-Torres said:

Liam Treadwell, the Grand National winning jockey on 100/1 shot Mon Mome, dead at just 34. 

 

Cause of death unknown, but suicide is being alleged. Sad. 

Just seen that myself, how awful. Poor sod!

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Luckily his dad didn’t support Accrington Stanley 
 

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Sir Everton Weekes, one of West Indies' greatest batsmen, has passed away. His streak of five Test hundreds in five innings, all made in 1948, his debut year as a Test cricketer, is still unmatched to this day.

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Stickman said:

Luckily his dad didn’t support Accrington Stanley 
 

@WisdenCricket

Sir Everton Weekes, one of West Indies' greatest batsmen, has passed away. His streak of five Test hundreds in five innings, all made in 1948, his debut year as a Test cricketer, is still unmatched to this day.

 

 

 

Made his test debut in 1948 and only just passed away? That's a good innings.

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Jack Charlton, the former Leeds and England defender who won a World Cup winner’s medal in 1966, has died. He was 85.

Charlton had been diagnosed with lymphoma in the last year and was also battling dementia.

He spent his entire 21-year playing career at Leeds, making a joint club record 773 appearances, before retiring as a player in 1973 and going on to enjoy a successful and colourful career as a manager.

 

One of English football’s most popular and larger-than-life characters, he had spells in charge of Sheffield Wednesday, Middlesbrough, Newcastle and the Republic of Ireland, who he guided to their first major finals at Euro 88 and two more in the space of 10 years.

 

A family statement read: “Jack died peacefully on Friday, July 10 at the age of 85. He was at home in Northumberland, with his family by his side.

“As well as a friend to many, he was a much-adored husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather.

 

Charlton won the 1968-69 league title with Leeds, the FA Cup in 1972, the League Cup in 1968 and two UEFA Cups, in 1968 and 1971.

His golden moment as a player came at Wembley in 1966 when he and brother Bobby were team-mates in England’s World Cup win against West Germany after extra time.

 

Charlton did not win his first England cap until he was 29, in 1965, and played his 35th and final match for his country in the 1970 World Cup finals in Mexico in a group game against Czechoslovakia.

A towering, uncompromising centre-half, he won the Football Writers’ Association’s Footballer of the Year award in 1967.

 

He announced his retirement as a player aged 38 soon after missing out on Leeds’ 1973 FA Cup final defeat to Sunderland through injury and was made an OBE the year after for his services to football.

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4 hours ago, davelfc* said:

MythBusters host Grant Imahara dies at age 49

Imahara died following a brain aneurysm

 

 

That's really sad, that.  Mythbusters was boss and Grant's nerdy persona complemented Tori's meatheaded jockishness perfectly (both in the wonderful shadow of Kari, of course).

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13 minutes ago, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

Naya Rivera so sad. Beautiful woman. RIP.

Managed to save her kid before she drowned. Poor lass. RIP

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On 14/07/2020 at 13:47, Strontium Dog™ said:

I have concluded that if there is a God, he really, really fucking hates Glee.


That's what they think in Westboro.

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