Tag: Barry Edge
Can the games and dares of children temporarily stir and reveal the spirit of someone long dead? If they could would they see a spirit pale, dim and shadowy in form? Would they be greeted in a friendly manner as a thank you for giving the spirit a moment away from their eternal rest? Or […]
Little did Runar Skrøvset realise that a chance conversation with a gentleman named Pål would make the pages of onevalefan. But that is exactly what has happened and Barry tells us that as long as his mental faculties permit he will never forget the story.
Barry says that this day in history remains indelible on his psyche for several reasons. He says it was a time in his youth when human endurance seemed to ignore the logic of gravity and sensibility and where, as we were later informed by Captain Kirk in StarTrek, they were prepared to go where no […]
Barry tells us he was going to put his latest memoir on onevalefan’s front page last Thursday. But as we all now know February 12, 2004 proved to be a huge Red Letter Day with the changing of managers – Brian saying goodbye to us whilst we, in turn, welcomed Martin to the helm. Since […]
With a blank weekend for Port Vale we’ve uploaded two fun features to take your mind off the football – Battleships and Concentration. But if it’s a quiet read you’re looking for Barry’s latest memoir may do the trick. Ostensibly it’s a story about his mum with the very important ‘ingredient’ of his dad’s banjo.
Exiled Valiant Barry Edge lives in Perth, Western Australia and is a regular columnist for onevalefan. The recent Port Vale Open Day, plus guided tours, reminded Barry of the time he was given a personal bo-peep in and around the ‘Wembley of the North’. Shall we just say that this is a story with a […]