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Steve Jones - Questions Please

edited March 2012 in General Charlton
Few will forget the cross for Clive Mendoncas 3rd goal at Wembley who provided the final pass? Steve Jones is the man, hopefully Steve will be joining us Tuesday before the Colchester game for an interview, questions please.....

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    Few will forget the cross for Clive Mendoncas 3rd goal at Wembley who provided the final pass? Steve Jones is the man, hopefully Steve will be joining us Tuesday before the Colchester game for an interview, questions please.....
    Joining us where???

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    He will be at the Valley for tomorrows game, and will be visiting the Charlton Live studio, sorry, should gave put that!
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    nice to hear someone other than illic played a part in our promotion
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    Steve , did you ever 'recover' from that corner flag celebration at Liverpool? it looked quite painful! ;=0
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    Would he consider doing an 'evening with' at all, possibly with Clive himself?
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    did you write the opening riff to Pretty Vacant or was it Glen Matlock?
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    Did he enjoy "An Evening with Alf Garnett" which was shown a week after he joined us from West Ham
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    What was your reaction, when the ref gave offside against you at Anfield, when you were clean through facing an open goal?
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    At what exact time in the early hours of saturday morning did decide that Clive was Lionel Messi?

    Can you get Steve Speroni to reply to his e-mails?
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    edited March 2012
    Can he explain why he was known as "Soapy Jones". For the newer members of this board I was in a former life "addickted" on the old board and I straw polled the membership for suggestions, Soapy got it.
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    Was there a particular time or incident during that great season when you got a sense that we could get promoted?
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    Was there a particular time or incident during that great season when you got a sense that we could get promoted?
    Sure. When Sasa saved Michael Gray's penalty.


    ;o)

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    What was your reaction, when the ref gave offside against you at Anfield, when you were clean through facing an open goal?
    thought that was Andy Hunt.....
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    What was your reaction, when the ref gave offside against you at Anfield, when you were clean through facing an open goal?
    thought that was Andy Hunt.....
    And it wasn't for offside, but giving us a free kick back in our own half as whoever had played the ball through had been fouled...worst decision not to play advantage ever, all the ref needed to do was LOOK for one second at where the ball had gone

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    What was your reaction, when the ref gave offside against you at Anfield, when you were clean through facing an open goal?
    thought that was Andy Hunt.....

    And it wasn't for offside, but giving us a free kick back in our own half as whoever had played the ball through had been fouled...worst decision not to play advantage ever, all the ref needed to do was LOOK for one second at where the ball had gone

    John Robinson was the fouled player IIRC...
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    Can he explain why he was known as "Soapy Jones". For the newer members of this board I was in a former life "addickted" on the old board and I straw polled the membership for suggestions, Soapy got it.
    Because he used to work in a soap factory!
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    Thanks Kev. Nice if indeed true.
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    John Robinson was the fouled player IIRC...

    That's what I remember. I think he was typically restrained in his reaction.
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    edited March 2012
    apart from the cross for Mendonca's Wembley third, didn't he win a tackle just before that, clean as a whistle, then got up to cross for Mendonca? .. Jones was a very underrated player and was vital to our success that year. I was at the first game that year at M'Boro when he scored in a 2-1 loss .. that day he and Mendonca, who was making his league debut, looked a natural partnership.
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    Can he explain why he was known as "Soapy Jones". For the newer members of this board I was in a former life "addickted" on the old board and I straw polled the membership for suggestions, Soapy got it.
    Because he used to work in a soap factory!
    Yardley had a large factory in Basildon where, I think, Steve worked whilst playing for Billericay before going big-time at WHU.
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    Do your neighbours keep up with you?
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    Do your neighbours keep up with you?
    *A real spits coffee out laughing moment* !
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    You were due to be next up after Shaun Newton in the penalty shoot out in the play off final. Were you bricking it ???
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    apart from the cross for Mendonca's Wembley third, didn't he win a tackle just before that, clean as a whistle, then got up to cross for Mendonca? .. Jones was a very underrated player and was vital to our success that year. I was at the first game that year at M'Boro when he scored in a 2-1 loss .. that day he and Mendonca, who was making his league debut, looked a natural partnership.
    I believe that immense tackle was by Steve Brown. It was the sort of tackle that could nowadays get you sent off, but in reality it was just the hardest, fairest, bestest tackle ever made.
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    apart from the cross for Mendonca's Wembley third, didn't he win a tackle just before that, clean as a whistle, then got up to cross for Mendonca? .. Jones was a very underrated player and was vital to our success that year. I was at the first game that year at M'Boro when he scored in a 2-1 loss .. that day he and Mendonca, who was making his league debut, looked a natural partnership.
    I believe that immense tackle was by Steve Brown. It was the sort of tackle that could nowadays get you sent off, but in reality it was just the hardest, fairest, bestest tackle ever made.

    Again I am probably wrong, where the f*** has that video gone !!!??? I now think it was Steve Brown .. THAT tackle it could be argued won us THAT game and promotion .. that's what is so compelling about sport .. thin margins etc .. as the Duke of Welling(ton) said after Waterloo .. 'it was a damned close run thing'
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    Sorry to say that Steve was unable to attend last night. We're not sure when he's next due to visit. We'll let you know nearer the time.
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