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David Flitcroft Pre-Match

Brendan Bradley

Vital Squad Member
#1

A very positive interview, but I guess they always are no matter who we're talking about. The bitterness becomes evident post match.

But I've got to have a chuckle about a couple of things

0:33 "sometimes you get a bit of a damp squid"

1:55 "the lads have got a real infinity with the supporters here" .... we'll never hear the last of it

Is Dave related to Hilda Baker?
 

Impalex

Alert Team
Staff member
#5

A very positive interview, but I guess they always are no matter who we're talking about. The bitterness becomes evident post match.

But I've got to have a chuckle about a couple of things

0:33 "sometimes you get a bit of a damp squid"

1:55 "the lads have got a real infinity with the supporters here" .... we'll never hear the last of it

Is Dave related to Hilda Baker?
Strewth! You couldn't make it up, could you!
 

Casperimp

Vital 1st Team Regular
#8

A very positive interview, but I guess they always are no matter who we're talking about. The bitterness becomes evident post match.

But I've got to have a chuckle about a couple of things

0:33 "sometimes you get a bit of a damp squid"

1:55 "the lads have got a real infinity with the supporters here" .... we'll never hear the last of it

Is Dave related to Hilda Baker?

I do find it funny when people use a malapropism for something but I have to say we have probably all done it at some point I know I have and when it comes out your mouth you know it's wrong but carry on hoping nobody has noticed :lol:

My old boss always used to say Pacific instead of specific.

Do you mean Hylda Baker? :grinning:

Here are some classic malapropisms

1. A prospectus is someone who searches for gold.
2. Stop me if I'm going off on a tandem
3. I can assert the truth of it, without fear of contraception.
4.. If you swallow poison, you should take an anecdote.
5. I was prostate with grief.

It just tickles my sense of humour :grinning:
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NottyImp

Vital Football Legend
#11
Our next door neighbour is an expert at malapropisms. He once told me he'd bought a tangerine, which I thought was an unremarkable thing to be communicating to me.

Until he started talking about Moroccan cooking and it dawned on me he meant a tagine. :lol:
 

GreenNeedle

Vital Squad Member
#17
I do find it funny when people use a malapropism for something but I have to say we have probably all done it at some point I know I have and when it comes out your mouth you know it's wrong but carry on hoping nobody has noticed :lol:

My old boss always used to say Pacific instead of specific.

Do you mean Hylda Baker? :grinning:

Here are some classic malapropisms

1. A prospectus is someone who searches for gold.
2. Stop me if I'm going off on a tandem
3. I can assert the truth of it, without fear of contraception.
4.. If you swallow poison, you should take an anecdote.
5. I was prostate with grief.

It just tickles my sense of humour :grinning:
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SittingbourneImp

Vital Reserves Team
#20
I do find it funny when people use a malapropism for something but I have to say we have probably all done it at some point I know I have and when it comes out your mouth you know it's wrong but carry on hoping nobody has noticed :lol:

My old boss always used to say Pacific instead of specific.

Do you mean Hylda Baker? :grinning:

Here are some classic malapropisms

1. A prospectus is someone who searches for gold.
2. Stop me if I'm going off on a tandem
3. I can assert the truth of it, without fear of contraception.
4.. If you swallow poison, you should take an anecdote.
5. I was prostate with grief.

It just tickles my sense of humour :grinning:
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you should publish a book!