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buncranaboy
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G: Harry Cavan


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G: Harry Cavan

Not him Paddy. I'll take it that was Friday's?



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Was he born before 1900?


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Not him Paddy. I'll take it that was Friday's?


Yep - just in time Blush

I'll go back to Joe Bonamassa . I may be gone some time.................


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Was he born before 1900?

He was Michael.



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Did he die after 1.1.1980 ?

Awww! I wanted to answer this one Chris!!! I was going to say "no, it isn't Marty McFly!" Sly

Go on mate, have your next go!!!



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Would he be mainly associated with one particular football club ?


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Would he be mainly associated with one particular football club ?

No Chris.



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Is he known through having been employed by a club and/or a national association?


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Is he known through having been employed by a club and/or a national association?

No Paul, and now it gets difficult.



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Is he widely known outside the world of football?


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Is he widely known outside the world of football?

The term "widely known" is very subjective. Take Joe Bonamassa for example; you've heard of him, I've heard of him, but has James, Michael, Jon, Tony, Paul, Lars, Peter, Chris, Pat and everyone else?

He was known more for his work outside of football though Paddy.



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Is he widely known outside the world of football?

The term "widely known" is very subjective. Take Joe Bonamassa for example; you've heard of him, I've heard of him, but has James, Michael, Jon, Tony, Paul, Lars, Peter, Chris, Pat and everyone else?

He was known more for his work outside of football though Paddy.

Go on then I'll have first guess....... following on from last quiz.

G) Goalnet inventer John Alexander Brodie


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Is he widely known outside the world of football?

The term "widely known" is very subjective. Take Joe Bonamassa for example; you've heard of him, I've heard of him, but has James, Michael, Jon, Tony, Paul, Lars, Peter, Chris, Pat and everyone else?

He was known more for his work outside of football though Paddy.

Go on then I'll have first guess....... following on from last quiz.

G) Goalnet inventer John Alexander Brodie

I had a feeling people would pick up on my tendancy to follow on from previous quizzes; however, this time I assure you I haven't. It isn't Mr Brodie of the nets fame.



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Is he widely known outside the world of football?

The term "widely known" is very subjective. Take Joe Bonamassa for example; you've heard of him, I've heard of him, but has James, Michael, Jon, Tony, Paul, Lars, Peter, Chris, Pat and everyone else?

He was known more for his work outside of football though Paddy.



I've never heard of Joe Bonamassa. Seems to be a musician, and to have nothing to do with (association) football.

I have no idea who you are after.

I was going to guess Napoleon Bonaparte, when I remembered your guy is from England. And Hitler was German.

Q: Was the person born in any of the years 1880, 1881, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1624, 1754, 1845, -4, 1587 or 1146?


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Is he widely known outside the world of football?

The term "widely known" is very subjective. Take Joe Bonamassa for example; you've heard of him, I've heard of him, but has James, Michael, Jon, Tony, Paul, Lars, Peter, Chris, Pat and everyone else?

He was known more for his work outside of football though Paddy.



I've never heard of Joe Bonamassa. Seems to be a musician, and to have nothing to do with (association) football.

I have no idea who you are after.

I was going to guess Napoleon Bonaparte, when I remembered your guy is from England. And Hitler was German.

Q: Was the person born in any of the years 1880, 1881, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1624, 1754, 1845, -4, 1587 or 1146?

No to everything there Lars.



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Lars
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Uninspired guess...
G: Ebenezer Cobb Morley. http://en.wikipedia.org/...Ebenezer_Cobb_Morley


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Uninspired guess...
G: Ebenezer Cobb Morley. http://en.wikipedia.org/...Ebenezer_Cobb_Morley

An excellent chin, but not the correct person.



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Lars
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Uninspired guess...
G: Ebenezer Cobb Morley. http://en.wikipedia.org/...Ebenezer_Cobb_Morley

An excellent chin, but not the correct person.



Oh, I can't really comment. I do however think he's got distinctive features, including nose, eyes, etc.!

You write very short replies. Not much to go on when it comes to clues, etc.

Q. Is it a Sir, Duke, Lord, King, Queen, Earl, etc? (I don't know that it's called in English, or even Swedish, but hope you understand what I'm after.)


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G: Joseph Hudson - toolmaker, violinist and inventor of the Acme Thunderer ref's whistle....Wink


buncranaboy
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As it's uppermost in my mind at the moment, I'll have another stab at William Webb Ellis

Or Tommy Bowe Sly


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Was he a politician ?


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Sod it I'm off to bed so may as well have a Saturday guess Thomas Lipton ?


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G: Ebenezer Cobb Morley. http://en.wikipedia.org/...Ebenezer_Cobb_Morley

An excellent chin, but not the correct person.



Oh, I can't really comment. I do however think he's got distinctive features, including nose, eyes, etc.!

You write very short replies. Not much to go on when it comes to clues, etc.

Q. Is it a Sir, Duke, Lord, King, Queen, Earl, etc? (I don't know that it's called in English, or even Swedish, but hope you understand what I'm after.)

I do understand, the question is was he "knighted"? The answer is no.



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G: Joseph Hudson - toolmaker, violinist and inventor of the Acme Thunderer ref's whistle....Wink

Oooh, clever. But not him Paul.



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