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  1. Ostler???? Bloody hell. It wasn't even a proper school. Mrs T went there. I was on Tommys Basketball team when we beat them
  2. Changed from Tommys to Halifax Catholic High to St Catherines to Halifax Catholic Academy
  3. No. But these look like an all conquering team to me.
  4. Go and **** your face you **** faced tosser. Im not surprised this country is on its arse with mealy mouthed ****wits like you. The problem with this world now is that there is no sense of humour. So **** off big style.
  5. Whats your issue here Hoddie. We were having a bit of a laugh about being kids having inter school battles. A bit of fun, nothing more nothing less. You obviously have issues with either Tommy Mores or Catholics or both, or you went to one of the other schools and got leathered. P.S. I'm very far from being an arsehole, so I accept your apology in advance.
  6. We were all kids! it's was called growing up. Not like todays snowflakes who would rather knife you than have a bit of a scuffle. That's if they actually put their phones down long enough.
  7. It's still in the blood Granty. In fact back in the Tommy days it wasn't uncommon for our lot to take on Trinity, Whitely & those in the pink blazers right at the top, Hx Tech! Beat them up then went and had dinner?
  8. There was only ever one school that won Granty. We didn't even call it a fight!!
  9. About Sir Thomas More (7 February 1478 – 6 July 1535), venerated in the Catholic Church as Saint Thomas More, was an English lawyer, social philosopher, author, statesman, and noted Renaissance humanist. He was also a Chancellor to Henry VIII, and Lord High Chancellor of England from October 1529 to 16 May 1532. He wrote Utopia, published in 1516, about the political system of an imaginary, ideal island nation. Wikipedia · Text under CC-BY-SA license
  10. Tommy More lads just stuck with the good old "your gonna get your f----g heads kicked in". and that was just at the team??
  11. I think we are all in agreement, in a round about way. We have one thing in common, we love FCHT. But all I'm say is that unless we were to get the financial backing of a very wealthy person or conglomerate, I cant see how the club can sustain if we were to move up. I just think that we would be looking at a quick return. I have no idea how wealthy the Directors are, but there is a massive difference of funding a low league club and funding a League club. We all know that. So, much as I would love to see us progress through the Football League, in my heart of hearts I know that as we are it's not feasible. One thing that I just dont get is this 3000 + crowd that we will apparently get if we move up. We've never had those sort of crowds since way back in the 60's/early 70's.
  12. I think its quite harsh to point at some on here who show genuine concern for the future of the club by stating the blindingly obvious. The run that the club has put together is quite outstanding bearing in mind our pre-season/manager situation, and I give full credit to the management and players for the commitment and dogged determination they have shown to get the club up into 3rd place in the league. But!! And there is always a big butt (ask Kim Kardashian), and this is a very serious question. What are your real expectations? Bearing in mind that we cant get 2000 people through the turnstiles for top of the table clashes, we have no real funds and at the end of the season there is real danger that several of our top players will depart for pastures new regardless of which league we are in. So when you throw in the "we're Halifax Town and this is all we can be" quotes, what do you think we can be? I've been a Town fan for over 55yrs and apart from a short lived period back in the 70's, we have never been anything other than what we are. That's not putting the club down or having a go at anyone, its being absolutely truthful. Without massive financial input "we are what we are". If we get promoted, on current gates and minimal finances, how long will we be able to sustain survival in League 2? This is obviously my opinion, I do ask that people dont feel free to become verbally abusive. I'm a real bona fida genuine fan, of course I want every bit of success that we all do, but not at the expense of losing he club forever. We have to be real.
  13. I'll record it and watch it again when I get home, play all the goals we will score in slow-mo so I can really enjoy all six of them!!
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