bagman wrote:Thought Murts was sick note, certainly his wife was as well at the school she taught at (some times)
Jim McIntyre was known as "Big Yin" for his very large appendage, and his somewhat direct chat up line to the ladies "Do you want to see the biggest XXXX in football?"
Ark Royal wrote:Barry Hunter - Stick
Dariusz Wdowczyk - Sicknote
Some old Tilehurstenders used the nickname 'Toblerone' for Floyd Streete because it looked as if he had one tucked in his shorts.
who knewForbury Lion wrote:There used to be a Reading player called Murray (not Scott Murray or Glenn Murray) and his nickname, was Minty....
dontbedaft wrote:Shaun "Short" Cummings, both for his diminutive stature and the limitations in his game during his tenure with us
AthleticoSpizz wrote:Blakey - Glenn Little
Little Legs - Sammy Igoe
Frodo - Stephen Hunt
Jimmy the real “mighty” Quinn
John “minty” Murray
Matt “bone” Robinson
(none of which, like the afore-posts are very humorous)
Elm Park Kid wrote:dontbedaft wrote:Shaun "Short" Cummings, both for his diminutive stature and the limitations in his game during his tenure with us
Or when he was playing well:
Shaun "Second" Cummings.
Dick Habbin's hairdo wrote:Our group under the gantry on the SB used to call Colin Bailie "Rodders".... because he always looked like he was running with the metal pipe stuck up his jaxi....
PieEater wrote:I thought Jimmy Kebe was known as Bambi on Ice.