<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr>Originally posted by Freebird:
<strong>Mr T never asked me to come back in fact I have only ever spoken to him once and that was to ask if Chris would be allowed into Southbury Road to watch our nephew play a match for Percival.<p>Mr T put me in touch with Terry Smith who has know Chris for some years and it was arranged for him to watch that one game.<p>I am sure most will recall (allthough maybe not as your brains seem to have wandered) but even while Mr T was Chairman RB still called the police and had him escorted out of the Ground.
</strong><hr></blockquote><p>I was only pointing out what you told us Rob. I don't think my memory is playing tricks because THM backed it up. If Butler called the police, why didn't Chris ask Lazarou to allow him to stay? And, if what Butler accused him of was so easy to disprove, why did he not take further action?<p> <blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr>More waffle from Mr Brassett
As for me watching EFC games, i have seen 5 since RB left and will get to see more as the season goes on. But I have a commitment with SAVE that the friends I have at EFC understand<p>Leaving SAVE to watch EFC is and would not be deserting as what I do there is helping both them and myself as we move up the football ladder.<p>Everyone at SAVE know how I feel about EFC and have no trouble with me watching them I am no more treated a deserter than the players who had last saturday off to travel to Cardiff and watch Spurs on Sunday.
</strong><hr></blockquote><p>Look, Rob, you deserted EFC in exactly the same way that I have. It's just that I admit it. Having said that, while I didn't want things to happen the way they did, we were left with the choice of either keeping on taking Lazarou at his word, which I decided not to do, or walking away. Now that I have made my decision I am not going to slag someone else off for choosing differently (although as you can see here I feel quite at liberty to take potshots at two-faced wotsits who claim to support a club they hardly ever see). There are EFC fans on this forum who actually turn up on Saturdays and cheer their team on. I have no problem with them for doing so. That is their decision but they are backing the club up by going to games. As far as I can see you are a SAVE and Northaw fan now. You don't go to Enfield games so you shouldn't consider yourself to be in the same group as Derek Bird, Robert G, Chris M and the like. They actually turn up and put their money where their mouth is. If you want us to take you seriously then you should follow their example or shut up.<p> <blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr>yet more waffle from Mr Brassett
<strong>Its interesting how much time you boys spend on this forum, <p>''You only come here because you have nothing better to do''<p>as someone else who did'nt matter once said
as someone else said in the past
</strong><hr></blockquote><p>Ah. So you're the new Ronnie Duke are you? Yes, I remember seeing him having a go at another Enfield fan by butting into a conversation and getting the wrong end of the stick. And don't forget he buggered off and left EFC fans alone within a week. Are you going to do the same?<p> <blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr>Strange sig for someone whose Avatar is the SAVE badge and doesn't go to either Enfield or Orient week in, week out, but still...
Bring on the slagging
Enfield, Orient and England
Forever</strong><hr></blockquote><p>Still not SAVE forever then? Not Orient forever either as you stopped going there. And not Enfield forever either because you stopped going there as well.
Actually I could get really pedantic and point out you can't be anyone forever.