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Sagey 40 6' 2" Centre Midfield 1991-2000 West Haddon 1994-1996 Glasgow Uni 2000-2003 Dynamo Pimlico 2003-present West Haddon 2000/1 Div 3 winners Kingston & District league 2001/2 Div 2 winners
Kingston & District league Teck Cup Winners Surrey FA Saturday cup winners 2002/3 3rd in Premier of Kingston & District league Liverpool F.C. Messi Kenny Dalglish Possibly Smudge - The memories are feint but my enduring memories are of him shooting from anywhere and hitting the target more often than not. You didn't need anyone else up front or around him, so provided he'd score his obligatory 2 or 3 a game, West Haddon would have enough men at the back to lump it forward and take lumps out the opposition. Suarez would look angelic next to a snarling Smudger! This probably means one I have played in but seeing as I was there I have to say Liverpool v Milan 2005. Most memorable played was 1999 when West Haddon needed to win their last game of the season to stay in the prem and in a ding dong game we won 4-3 at the death. I even scored one with a flying header that surpasses all goals I've scored since. 51st State, Life of Brian, Life is Beautiful, Trainspotting Rock, Reggae, Blues, Indy, Trip hop, Progressive House. Animals, Guitar, Cooking, Growing Stuff, Psychology, Experimenting A lot of football success is in the mind. You must believe you are the best and then make sure you are. In my time at Liverpool we always said we had the best two teams on Merseyside.... Liverpool and Liverpool reserves. I love football with pace and flair but still always under control, I'm thinking Brazil 1970 or Spain / Barcelona / Dortmund today. One of my main bones of contention about football is the way money and now business has started to dictate and some would say corrupt the sport. My broader perspective of life is to live it to the full to improve your chances of reaching your personal potential.