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My favorite has to be Mr Kingsley Banks of Heybridge Swifts. After a Very bad tempered 2-2 draw in which he was abused mercilessly by the E's faithful He rounded on the mob behind the goal and challenged us all outside for a punch up after a torrent of F words he then regained his composure and trapesed off to everyones amusement. <img src="/images/graemlins/devil.gif" alt="" />

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MMmm Kingsley. I don't feel he ever got over being released by Enfield after a brief spell with the club.

Nothing will compare with Fruitbat reducing Lawrence Batty to a quivering wreck,in Enfield's 6-0 defeat of Woking in a pre-season friendly.

I remember the Yeovl keeper of a few years ago,reacting badly to a bit of banter.

Also, let's not forget the Leyton keeper who was so unused to having a crowd behind him,that he grizzled all though the match and for a long time afterwards.

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What about Simon Brown at Gravesend who turned to react to the crowd as a penalty was taken?

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What about Dave Mallett.
There was a dodgy keeper.
After he left us he was playing for dartford. Jumped up, shouted mine, caught the ball and pulled his arms down to smother the ball to his chest. unfortunately as he landed his knee came shooting up and pinged the ball out of his hands. The waiting Ironton gleefully put the ball in the onion bag.

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Silly of us we seem to have forgotten on of the worst at both ends over his time,ours and the opponents,the one and only TONY WELLS.

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Anyone remember the 7ft tall chertsey town keeper who went after fruitbat after E's 6-0 victory at southbury road about 8 years ago.Fruitbat had let fly with more than the usual amount of stick he gives his victims ,And Mr Bat was shi--ing himself as the giant keeper legged it after him, It was very funny to everyone who saw it. Come on Mr Bat what was his name ?

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Wasn't he the one who had the same haircut as Lurch from the Addams Family?

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The Altringham keeper from the 80's .

Can't remember his name,but he was a miserable peice of work.



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sometimes its not the keeper but his chairman thats the problem.

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The Altringham keeper from the 80's .

Can't remember his name,but he was a miserable peice of work.



Jeff Wealands???

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That's the fella.

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How come nobody has mentioned Jeff Wood? Not good enough for Enfield but found himself in the Football League pl... (I was going to say "playing for") in that Exeter City side.

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Anyone remember the 7ft tall chertsey town keeper who went after fruitbat after E's 6-0 victory at southbury road about 8 years ago.Fruitbat had let fly with more than the usual amount of stick he gives his victims ,And Mr Bat was shi--ing himself as the giant keeper legged it after him, It was very funny to everyone who saw it. Come on Mr Bat what was his name ?


Buggered if I know ?? I din't hang around to find out. I had 1 pint to show I wasnt intimidated (NOT MUCH), then got Orf rather quicky after that !!

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Blimey, the Bat has returned! How was Cheshunt? Will we see you back at the Brimmo this season so we can throw more insults at you?! No point in going to Goodison, Everton will be going down this season!




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