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Re: Boris Schmoris

Post by Laurel Lane Lamper » 06 May 2021, 20:34

YeltzDoc wrote:
06 May 2021, 19:52
So we have a ‘70s Super Group forming.
Didn’t Roy Wood live on Colman Hill at some stage?
Frank Ifield stayed up Bundle Hill , he’d provide some yodelling

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Re: Boris Schmoris

Post by piearce9 » 06 May 2021, 20:54

This has got the mind whirring, thanks Doc.

One from a bygone era now but Claire Sweeney (of Brookside fame, obvs) was dating the Albion goalkeeper, Alan Miller, and stood amongst the riff-raff in The Shed End during a pre-season friendly. She was fairly well-known at the time so it was a pretty good celeb spot, certainly by The Grove’s standards.

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Re: Boris Schmoris

Post by Westyeltz » 07 May 2021, 07:35

YeltzDoc wrote:
06 May 2021, 19:52
Didn’t Roy Wood live on Colman Hill at some stage?
No. That was you!

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Re: Boris Schmoris

Post by YeltzDoc » 07 May 2021, 16:04

So, Robert Plant, Rick Wakeman and Claire Sweeney?

Not much to show for knocking on 150 years is it?

I knew that this was all lies - https://www.thedailymash.co.uk/sport/sp ... 0813101060

Surely some of the Yoof have input? Isn't there a famous YouTuber from near us who cemented his head into a microwave? He must have been down for a Senior Cup replay?

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Re: Boris Schmoris

Post by piearce9 » 07 May 2021, 16:31

There was a Buxton fan who looked an awful lot like Rick Wakeman who came down The Grove a few years back. He had a bit of a potty mouth on him and Sheila had to tell him off. I don't suppose lookalikes count though and, if they did, we'd have a much longer thread.

I know you said non-football, so how about local racing driver, Jack Grealish? He came to a few games in the John Hill era, notebook in hand. I seem to recall he was buddies with Brad Lewis or Melvin Melvin.

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Re: Boris Schmoris

Post by YeltzDoc » 07 May 2021, 19:47

He's not a racing driver. Lewis Hamilton would never wear slippers.

However, we could maybe include him as a male model? He is of course, "The Face of Claire's Accessories".

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Re: Boris Schmoris

Post by Noggin » 07 May 2021, 20:43

Henry Winter, L3 waxed lyrical about their paths crossing about 5 years ago. I think it was on Nonleague Day

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Re: Boris Schmoris

Post by Noggin » 07 May 2021, 20:47

Not forgetting West End actor Jack Loxton who was a regular a few years ago. He was on a “Songs fron the Shows” type programme on BBC a few weeks ago with other members of the Dear Evan Hanson cast in which he was appearing in before the West End went dark last March

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Re: Boris Schmoris

Post by Noggin » 07 May 2021, 20:50

Eddie Wedderburn who ran the steeplechase in the 1988 Olympics has been to Stourbr*dge matches at The Grove at few times. (I think he knows Stokesy as well)

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Re: Boris Schmoris

Post by Johnny Bud » 07 May 2021, 21:01

Yes, I played golf with Mr Wedderburn back in the day!

Surely Mr Self (manager of The Twang) classes as a famous fan ;) ;)

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