Discussion in 'This Site' started by hornmeister, Jul 17, 2013.
Anne Robinson - Paul Robinson is their captain I believe.
I thought it was Sir Reg Dwight at first!
Same person. Ever seen them in a room together?
I was thinking along the lines of Jasper Carrot(top) who is supposedly a big Brum fan - only just spotted the pearls/necklace to suggest its a laydee!
Jury is out on that one.
It looks like Timmy Mallet!!!
Lawrence of Arabia, portrayed in the movie by Peter O'Toole, who shares his name with John-Joe O'Toole, who plays for Bristol Rovers, who are our opponents tommorow?
Darn. Gonna have to makes these much harder.
Though it might be Arry and Rosie Redknapp but they didn't get banged up!
Doesn't look anything like harry Redknapp. Besides I would have stashed notes in the pockets if it was him.
The likeness to the person concerned is uncanny.
but Robbie Williams is a Port Vale fan
Not RW but R is good.
It looks a lot like Dean Gaffney (Robbie in Eastenders).
With his dog - Wellard?
Have they got a cockney dog and tw@ prison in Bournemouth?
dean gafney is in prison
He is caught
dean court where Bournemouth play
I think Jon e lee was 85% there though
Agreed. Jon E may have the artistic eye, but lacks the foresight & intelligence to string it all together.:]]
A drain Marry Apple? Adrian Mariappa
Shame they are not always posted in the forums since that is where my favourites takes me to - not the home page.
I also wish I could have one button that goes straight to new posts as this is what I always press, pain on an iPhone
Trenton Oldfield - Trent Bridge - name of Notts cricket ground and close proximity to the two football grounds is the best I got
The link is certainly Trent Bridge, but I will add Nottingham Forest used to play their home matches at this ground until 1883.
Yep. Went for something nice to draw rather than a hard one.
The next one will be a bugger.
Alastair Cook playing cricket. Steve Cook Bournemouth Defender?
He's hitting a six, the number of goals we scored against Bournemouth.
Like it you could well be right, but Meister said it would be " a bugger" this time
Yeah, I don't think that's the whole answer.
The mark a ball makes on a cricket bat is called a cherry. So I guess the link must be Cherries, Bournemouth's nickname?
Hitting the cherries for six....like last time.
Wouldn't Meister have drawn a cherry on the bat in that case?