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Tommy Docherty to Enfield Town


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The Doc follows in the footsteps of Greavsie, Gazza and Geoff Hurst when he comes to Enfield Town on Thursday 30th November.....


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Because you can't write!
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The Doc follows in the footsteps of Greavsie, Gazza and Geoff Hurst when he comes to Enfield Town on Thursday 30th November.....


It was not me, Ive never signed anything! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/busted.gif" alt="" />


Because you can't write!


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Can anybody corroborate the report in one of the local papers that Docherty claimed that he used to watch Enfield Town play in the Conference in the mid-late 1950s.

That attention to detail doesn't seem to bode too well for the book he's publicising!


The books excellent.
Perhaps the local press couldn't cope with Athenian League???
Perish the thought that the 5th estate would ever mis-quote anyone.
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From wiipedia

 

"The term Fourth Estate refers to the press, both in its explicit capacity of advocacy and in its implicit ability to frame political issues. The term goes back at least to Thomas Carlyle in the first half of the 19th century."

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fourth_Estate

 

and

 

"Fifth Estate (FE) is a periodical published in Liberty, Tennessee and in Detroit, Michigan. Its editorial leaning tends from anarchism to bioregionalism. The title presumably suggests that the periodical is an alternative to the fourth estate (traditional print journalism).

 

Fifth Estate is the longest running English language anarchist publication in North American history."

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fifth_Estate

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im just got back from my holiday in the sun and i cant bleedin believe it- the doc imself at brimmo. all this anarchy in the usa stuff never mind that bollox get back to talkin bout tommy d. i 1st saw him play at the boleyn ground when i woz seventeen, he left two hammers bodies on the floor with a sweet dribble thru the middle of the park. the irons were pummiled inta submission. he woz a total football legend and no mistake. everythin ive learned in life, from pullin the birds to football bossin ive learnt from tommy.he s pretty vacant on his no-how but fair dos he aint done 2 bad for a sweaty.

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From wiipedia

"Fifth Estate (FE) is a periodical published in Liberty, Tennessee and in Detroit, Michigan. Its editorial leaning tends from anarchism to bioregionalism. The title presumably suggests that the periodical is an alternative to the fourth estate (traditional print journalism).

Fifth Estate is the longest running English language anarchist publication in North American history."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fifth_Estate


Interesting link, Steph. Cheers. I haven't come across this lot before.
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Try this one.

 

It is interesting to note that Peter Protopkin suggested that the Lifeboat organisation was an anarchist organisation.

 

I always think that the nearest to anarchism is aboard a boat especially a privateer. The skipper can only govern with the consent of his/her crew.

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im just got back from my holiday in the sun and i cant bleedin believe it- the doc imself at brimmo. all this anarchy in the usa stuff never mind that bollox get back to talkin bout tommy d. i 1st saw him play at the boleyn ground when i woz seventeen, he left two hammers bodies on the floor with a sweet dribble thru the middle of the park. the irons were pummiled inta submission. he woz a total football legend and no mistake. everythin ive learned in life, from pullin the birds to football bossin ive learnt from tommy.he s pretty vacant on his no-how but fair dos he aint done 2 bad for a sweaty.


Top Manager who's teams always tried to play attacking football.
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