Posted by sean on July 19, 2004 at 4:26 pm in Leeds United with No Comments



Neville Southall. Football legend. Masters winner. Pie eater.


Day 15 – now half a month and still no Leeds shirt in the post. I decided to ring the retail department direct, cancel my order and get a relative in Yorkshire to buy me one and post it down. Go to the online store and find the bloody site is down! The retail department is an absolute joke!

I was flicking through the channels on Sky Digital yesterday and noticed Masters Football between Manchester City and Everton on Sky Sports. In goal for Everton was the ex-keeper Neville Southall. It brought back memories of when he played for Bradford City in his latter days.

What a right fat git he was! He was certainly a great keeper but made Peter Kay look anorexic! Its surprisingly how he was so good carry all that excess girth around. Mind you a lot of great footballers get accused of being on the porky side. Mark Viduka and Wayne Rooney for one. Some people say Emilie Heskey is fat and brilliant. I just think he’s fat.

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