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Barbara Shelley aged 88 star of many a Hammer Horror classics such as  Dracula Has Risen From The Grave, Quatermass and the Pit, The Village of the Dammed and a good few others

 

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Colin Bell, the King of the Kippax, has died aged 74.

 

Bell, regarded as one of the finest players ever to pull on the City shirt, passed away on Tuesday afternoon after a long-term illness.

The midfielder won all three major domestic trophies at Maine Road and was part of the team to lift the 1970 European Cup Winners’ Cup.

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26 minutes ago, _______________ said:

Colin Bell, the King of the Kippax, has died aged 74.

 

Bell, regarded as one of the finest players ever to pull on the City shirt, passed away on Tuesday afternoon after a long-term illness.

The midfielder won all three major domestic trophies at Maine Road and was part of the team to lift the 1970 European Cup Winners’ Cup.


Great great player and I know a few older City fans who thought he was their best ever player...

 

The reaction of new City fans will be kinds different..

 

 

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Bad news, still got a match programme from 74 v City, great player. 

I remember an older Everton fan telling me that there was a few managers at Preston NE watching him, Shanks Stein and Mercer I think. 

RIP Colin Bell. 

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7 minutes ago, Stickman said:


Great great player and I know a few older City fans who thought he was their best ever player...

 

The reaction of new City fans will be kinds different..

 

 

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I can imagine that response off some them cunts. 

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27 minutes ago, Harry's Lad said:

 Celebrity Chef and Restauranteur Albert Roux has cooked his last meal aged 85.

Didn't he become toast a few months back? Might be his brother? 

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Just now, easytoslip said:

Alan Igby from Boys from the Blackstuff I just seen, last week. 

Just came on to put that. 

 

Igbon isn't it? He was in Scum too. 

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16 hours ago, Bruce Spanner said:


I’m still hopeful they’ll name a stand ‘The Bell End’ 

 

Fingers crossed.

I read yesterday that they did when the originally moved into the Etihad. Changed it to the Colin Bell Stand for some reason.

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5 minutes ago, No2 said:

I read yesterday that they did when the originally moved into the Etihad. Changed it to the Colin Bell Stand for some reason.

 

I was only half joking as it did actually happen!

 

Yes, it was all a brilliant rouse from fans of other teams to rig the voting, especialy United fans.

 

The Bell End would have been the name if they had gotten away with it...

 

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2003/oct/28/newsstory.sport2

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36 minutes ago, Bruce Spanner said:

 

I was only half joking as it did actually happen!

 

Yes, it was all a brilliant rouse from fans of other teams to rig the voting, especialy United fans.

 

The Bell End would have been the name if they had gotten away with it...

 

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2003/oct/28/newsstory.sport2

Quality 

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Sylvain Sylvain out the New York Dolls has died. The Dolls were great. Punk before punk. I saw a reformed version twice, well after their best, and they were boss both times. Malcolm McClaren wanted to build the Sex Pistols around Sylvain but ended up nicking his guitar and giving it to Steve Jones instead. The first two New York Dolls albums are essential. 

 

 

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