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Norfolk Enclue

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Norfolk Enclue last won the day on December 2 2020

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About Norfolk Enclue

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  • Birthday 09/08/1963


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    Work as a retail manager on the North Norfolk coast. Published author, children's book. "Norvil the Narwhal".


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    North Norfolk coast


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    Writing. Concerts. Theatre. Long coastal walks


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    Retail manager

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  1. Goodness me, the news of John really did take my breath away. Very sad day. It's the wingers than get you out of your seat or on to your tiptoes, Vale have been blessed with some belters, Steve Fox, Jon McCarthy, Steve Guppy, Gareth Ainsworth. Johnny Jeffers was up there with the best. Thanks John for the excitement you gave to thousands of Valiants.
  2. Fantastic memories. 1972. Some therapeutic rehabilitation for Valiants when we tempted ex tormentors John Woodward and Bernie Wright over to Vale Park before they could create any more damage. Growing up in the 70s, I can't ever remember us beating Walsall. Names like Alan Buckley and Bobby Shinton still give me the fear. Vale, please help an old Valiant who still needs assistance in his recuperation, with a win on Saturday
  3. I'll take a draw at FGR all day, everyday. I say well done Vale. Love the post Breadwinner, didn't realise you were a milkman. I bet your old customers still miss you, and there'll be a good few that will sit up in bed in the early hours, wondering if they've just heard the trees a' rustling, or the hinges on the gate, or Breadwinner's gold tops a'rattling in their crate They won't forget old Breadwinner, and he drove the fastest Milkfloat in the West Midland's. Love the cheery posts mate. Keep 'em coming. UTV
  4. I'll go FGR 1 Vale 1. Would liked to have welcomed Jake back earlier on, but what with a chest infection that has knocked me bandy, I was a bit too poorly to do so. Some of the three main loves in my life are, The Vale, beer and the Missus. And there was great news about 2 of them this week. We secured the signing of an exciting young player despite interest from other Clubs. I look forward to Jake helping to drive Port Vale forward from the engine room again. Welcome home son. As far as beer is concerned, did you read that Watneys have reintroduced the Party Seven. And this time the ale has a
  5. "Houston, we haven't a problem!" Completely agree. 40k if we win tomorrow night with a further quarter of a million if we lift the trophy. Surely that alone should determine our endeavours. Momentum also builds. I was just wondering, at Wembley, when the winning Captain is presented with the PizzaKebabBurger Cup will he get the obligatory "and would you like fries with that?
  6. Completely agree Mario. Of late at times we've made Mansfield look like AC Milan and Barrow like Barcelona. Today though, through the application that you mention, we at the very least made a poorish Grimsby look like a..... er, well, poorish Grimsby. There are important days ahead of course, but for tonight I'll just enjoy a Vale win
  7. Thanks Bycarsbill. For the last few weeks I've been anxiously looking at the other end of the table. Well done Vale. I'm happy and cheery. In an hour or so I'll be happy and beery.
  8. Everything crossed for a Valiants win. The perfect gift for Barry Aussie Rules. Happy birthday, and may I wish you many more of them. Up the Vale
  9. Wait for me Davo666, I'm coming with ya. Tin hat on. Tot of rum. Poke head out of trench. "Derek Adams please". Dive back down into trench. Tin hat off and await bully beef and biscuits.
  10. That's very kind of you. I've been accused of many things in my life, but common sense hasn't necessarily been one of them. Thanks all the same and just hoping for a no nonsense, straight forward, how's your father 2-0 win.
  11. Thanks, that's interesting. A tad worrying too. But then again, until a couple of weeks ago Barrow hadn't beaten the Vale since 1958. And that didn't stop the beggars.
  12. Lovely photograph. Thankyou. Remembering lionhearted Clinton and reading these posts, instantaneously spirit many of us to a wonderful faraway place and different age, and yet the pictures in our minds remain crystal clear. Standing on the Bycars as a 7 year old with my 3 aunt's Brenda, Margaret and Betty, all wrapped up in black and white, cheering on the Vale, and being spoilt with baked potatoes at halftime that aunt Betty bought along to evening games. Rest in peace Clinton and thanks for being part of my childhood memories, you're a big part of the reason why many of us fell in love with
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