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Ex players you'd love to have a beer with

Setting

Not a mad night out, a Sunday lunchtime pub with roast potatoes, cheese and biscuits on the bar, football on the big screen ( only for the 4pm game). A few pints after a Sunday morning vets game that is no doubt going to extend into early Sunday evening.

Company rules

Choose 4 ex footballers to make up your circle.

I'm going for:

Peter Reid - jokes
Ally McCoist - jokes
Paul Merson - butt of jokes
David Seaman - laughs at jokes

Who can put together a better Sunday sesh quartet ?
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Comments

  • CHGCHG
    edited October 5
    Eddie Youds
    Peter Garland
    George Best
    Tony Adams

    Absolute fishes...
  • Derek Hales
    Joey Barton
    Paul McGrath
    Paul Gascoigne
  • Gazza
    Alan Brazil
    Kenny Sansom
    Paul McGrath

    Just for a couple though :)
  • Gazza
    Best
    McGrath
    Merson

  • Gazza
    Ian Wright
    Peter Crouch
    Paul Merson

    Reckon they'd be a good laugh over a few beers before the afternoon/evening turned sour when Gazza got himself arrested.
  • Alan McCormack ... Knows all the best places to go...
    Peter Garland ... Man surely knows his food
    Peter Crouch ... So finally people can realise we dont look alike, I just happen to be tall and skinny
    Dale Stephens ... So people can learn that there are different spellings of our surname
  • Mark Bosnich
    Jake Livermore
    Adrain Mutu
    Merson

    Bollocks to the eating part, just get on it.

    Would have to swap one of them for Robbie Fowler just to add a bit of controversy
  • Di Canio
    Joey Barton
    Cantona
    Vinnie Jones

    Just for a quiet sesh
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  • edited October 5
    Tony Watt
    Lee Bowyer
    Dean Chandler
    Richard Rufus
  • George Best
    Rodney Marsh
    Frank Worthington
    Derek Hales

    Could be sure of some entertainment.
  • Surprised many have gone for Merson. The moron does my head in.
  • George Best
    Rodney Marsh
    Frank Worthington
    Derek Hales

    Could be sure of some entertainment.

    Worthington would be brilliant. Very funny man.
  • gazza, defoe, muscat and neil lennon ,

    would say I was going for a piss and burn the place down with them in it.
  • Each to their own, not sure drinking with a collection of alcoholics would be my ideal Sunday afternoon!

    It's a normal Sunday afternoon for me!
  • Steve Brown
    Andy Hunt
    Gary Nelson
    Matty Holmes
  • John Robertson, McCoist, Stuart Balmer and Sir Alex Fergusson
  • Bill Shankly
    Jimmy Greaves
    Clough
    Paul Breitner
  • John Robertson, McCoist, Stuart Balmer and Sir Alex Fergusson

    Jesus, that will be one hell of a fight when it's time to buy a round.
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  • Each to their own, not sure drinking with a collection of alcoholics would be my ideal Sunday afternoon!

    They are not called alcoholic's, they are a Landlords best friend
  • Eddie Firmani
    Derek Ufton
    Tommy Docherty
    Jimmy Armfield

    ..while we're still lucky enough to have them around
  • Talal said:

    Surprised many have gone for Merson. The moron does my head in.

    Funnily enough he thinks the same about you!
  • edited October 5
    Mick McCarthy
    Ian Wright
    Peter Reid
    Scott Parker :grimace:

    Edit: Worst.... Jimmy Bullard, Alan Pardew, Geoff Hurst (heard he's a knobhead), Danny Murphy
  • Shankly.
    Greaves.
    Clough.
    Leary.
  • Barry Fry
    Di Canio
    Carlo Ancelotti
    Neil Warnock - (not sure he was a player though
  • MrOneLung said:

    Barry Fry
    Di Canio
    Carlo Ancelotti
    Neil Warnock - (not sure he was a player though

    Yeah Neil Warnock was a player https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neil_Warnock
  • Talal said:

    Surprised many have gone for Merson. The moron does my head in.

    Funnily enough he thinks the same about you!
    Cool :smile:
  • Alan Pardew
    Ian Dowie
    Roger Johnson
    Plus one guest Simon Jordan

    I think they would be made very welcome on my table in the liberal club.
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