⚰ Death

:coffin: Death
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#921

Lets be careful out there.


#922

Winnie Mandela


#923

Ray Wilkins is dead.


#924

I hope Tesco’s retire his trolley from the car park at Bursledon.


#925

#926

He was one of the main players when I was young and football crazy. I seem to remember him getting a lot of stick for playing sideways but he was a quality club player. RIP Butch


#927

#928

What I really liked, was at one point yesterday I was scrolling through my Instagram feed. There were 3 posts in a row relating to Ray Wilkins passing. The first was a picture of him in a Chelsea shirt, the next a QPR shirt, the last a Man Utd.

Loved by fans of every club he played for. A true mark of the man.


#929

Lots of great stories about him today, including that one from the soldier. Sounds like he was a true gent. Very sad that he has passed so young.


#930

Eric Bristow has gone to the great oche in the sky…


#931

Blimey, only 60? Thought he was older. The Crafty Cockney is brown bread.


#932

Seems that as the media expands more and more people become “famous”.

It’s a shame people die, and we all will, but I guess it gives more people immortality by having a record stored prominently online - is it too early to say that about Eric?

Is it too early to say about Ray, as great a footballer as he was and was an alcoholic, he was regularly stopped drink driving near me in Cobham (google it) - if he’d killed someone he’d have been vilified…just sayin


#933

Just Googled ‘Eric Bristow apologises’. Just for no reason.

I’m sure his family are sad though.


#934

Eric Bristow is a wimp for dying of a heart attack.


#935

He’s gone to the three in bed in the sky


#936

On an earlier note I met Ray Wilkins through work and he was a really nice bloke


#937

Same here but you wouldn’t have wanted to be walking or driving down Fairmile Lane after closing time - though to be fair there were / are plenty of “clebs” who still do…drive that is…


#938

Wouldn’t catch rugby players dying of a heart atack.


#939

Of a manly man reason instead?


#940

I’m pretty sure he didn’t drive down Fairmile Lane. He had his problems, he captained his country and was genuinelly loved by his peers.