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Old 12th March 2020, 19.40:10   #1-0 (permalink)
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Default Which Famous romantic poet played for Wrexham?

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Not Joe Cooper Clarke then!
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Thought this was a Keates joke.
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Jazzi Barnum Bob?
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Well spotted.

Classic duo - Eric Morecambe was a big Luton Town fan - has his own statue on the Morecambe sea front - Morecambe & Wise was one of those programmes you just had to watch at the time in the simple days of 3 channel steam tv.
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We had a fine literary full back pairing of Thackeray and Hardy early 90’s!
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I believe it was Lawn Tennyson, played left-half for Wrexham....
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I believe it was Lawn Tennyson, played left-half for Wrexham....
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i am sure i would have remembered this at the time had i seen it, i do recall Monty Pythons mentioning Wrexham and being astounded at the time, apparently we scored a couple of thousand goals but lost out on the away goals, but from this Eric and Ernie clip not only do we have a mention of our once reputable Wrexham FC but we also have aqn example of classic British humour
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i am sure i would have remembered this at the time had i seen it, i do recall Monty Pythons mentioning Wrexham and being astounded at the time, apparently we scored a couple of thousand goals but lost out on the away goals, but from this Eric and Ernie clip not only do we have a mention of our once reputable Wrexham FC but we also have aqn example of classic British humour
I think we can thank the late genius, Terry Jones, for that indelible mark on British humour. He was a Colwyn Bay lad.
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