21:17, Wed 10 Apr
If you ever get the chance
Ask Mr Burns for his opinions on Trev.
22:01, Wed 10 Apr
DES
I met Kenny Dalglish in Melbourne at the Grand Prix, and we had a lovely chat. I sat him in our F1 car, and we got talking about football. I obviously said I was a Blues fan, and Trevor's name came up. He just laughed, and when I asked why, he said he was a fabulous player, but an absolute arsehole of a man. He said he had a really bad reputation in the game and was disliked everywhere. Really changed my opinion of him that way, however, was without doubt, the best player we ever had.
I have, they get on well,I have actually asked Kenny the question and he said its a myth about not getting on, they are just different, Kenny likes the public bar, Trevor the wine bar
01:13, Thu 11 Apr
rocksteddie
I met Kenny Dalglish in Melbourne at the Grand Prix, and we had a lovely chat. I sat him in our F1 car, and we got talking about football. I obviously said I was a Blues fan, and Trevor's name came up. He just laughed, and when I asked why, he said he was a fabulous player, but an absolute arsehole of a man. He said he had a really bad reputation in the game and was disliked everywhere. Really changed my opinion of him that way, however, was without doubt, the best player we ever had.

What was your F1 team?
10:43, Thu 11 Apr
McCarthy/Eaden was the right option.

And if Gill was bombed out the squad then he wasn't even awarded a medal. This phantom one kept in the drawer is just nonsense bandied around by people who got the brush off from TF, way back in 1976.

That's over forty years worth of grudges held against the bloke for the crime of not signing an autograph, or properly shaking someone's hand.
DES
VILLA WAS ABSOLUTELY TOP DRAWER,
Kro
11:05, Thu 11 Apr
wasnt there an 'only at the Blues' kinda thread a few weeks back..? Cos only at the Blues would some seek any opportunity to shite on one of the few real legends we have had. fck me, I dont mean he was a saint but I am sure we all have someone who we have pssed off who thinks you are a t*sser...
11:15, Thu 11 Apr
foghorn leghorn
McCarthy/Eaden was the right option.

And if Gill was bombed out the squad then he wasn't even awarded a medal. This phantom one kept in the drawer is just nonsense bandied around by people who got the brush off from TF, way back in 1976.

That's over forty years worth of grudges held against the bloke for the crime of not signing an autograph, or properly shaking someone's hand.
. Exactly , I could understand it if he was , say, Kendo Nagasaki
Southside Blue , not only keeping the blues alive but also singlehandedly saving the British Manufacturing Industry .
12:41, Thu 11 Apr
upsetting to hear how much of an arse he can be. However, I know he was a gent to a close friend of mine he was sitting next to him at an ELO concert when he proposed to his fiance at wembley.

He was happy to have a chat and a few photos etc... even though hes a DVB
Shanghaiblue
wasnt there an 'only at the Blues' kinda thread a few weeks back..? Cos only at the Blues would some seek any opportunity to shite on one of the few real legends we have had. fck me, I dont mean he was a saint but I am sure we all have someone who we have pssed off who thinks you are a t*sser...

ok, he was a lovely bloke, salt of the earth. You couldn't meet a nicer fella!
happy now?
14:53, Thu 11 Apr
McCarthy/Eaden was the right option.

And if Gill was bombed out the squad then he wasn't even awarded a medal. This phantom one kept in the drawer is just nonsense bandied around by people who got the brush off from TF, way back in 1976.

That's over forty years worth of grudges held against the bloke for the crime of not signing an autograph, or properly shaking someone's hand.

It doesn't matter if it was the right decision or not ... to tell him in the car park, with the Press and the other players watching was humiliating
20:39, Sun 14 Apr
In the new book TF says he had lots of support and condolences from people within the game after he's wife Helen passed away.
But NOTHING from David Sullivan or Karen Brady, Not good even though they sacked him.

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21:13, Sun 14 Apr
Picked up a copy of the book yesterday and noticed it's quite a light read, I think if the font was any bigger I could read it from 100 meters away.
I also noticed that there were no colour pictures of Trev as a player (couple of crappy B&w) and none of him during his blues management days.
TF turns 65 on Friday.

With a home game on the exact date it would be a nice touch for the club to acknowledge it.

Or maybe a fans minute applause in the 65th minute.
A truly magnificent player, who at times single handedly kept the team away from relegation.
His managerial legacy will always be tarnished by his emplosion at Preston, but hugging AJ and sobering after the cup final defeat showed exactly what our great club meant to him.

Happy Birthday TF
06:56, Mon 15 Apr
HEWSTEVE
TF turns 65 on Friday.

With a home game on the exact date it would be a nice touch for the club to acknowledge it.

Or maybe a fans minute applause in the 65th minute.
A truly magnificent player, who at times single handedly kept the team away from relegation.
His managerial legacy will always be tarnished by his emplosion at Preston, but hugging AJ and sobering after the cup final defeat showed exactly what our great club meant to him.

Happy Birthday TF

Would be nice for the club to acknowledge it on friday.
DES
09:14, Mon 15 Apr
I was at every one of those play off matches, God I felt sorry for Trev (and us) apart from Barnsley I thought we could have easily went through against both Watford & Preston, bloody penalty takers let us down both times!
Stan the mans late min miss @ deepdale immediately followed by their off side winner! GRRRR!
Hope the club do acknowledge Trevs birthday, if not yes one mins clapping in 65Th sounds great idea.

KRO
09:26, Mon 15 Apr
miamivice79ish
No one comes close to him - Hall/Merrick/Bradford are all strong seconds, but he's number one.

Met him once outside Liberty's on the Bristol Road - slightly worse for wear I politely asked "alright Trev?"

He shook my hand as if it I was selling him PPI. I was devastated.

Wasn't Liberty's Hagley Rd?
09:39, Mon 15 Apr
Russell Leond
miamivice79ish
No one comes close to him - Hall/Merrick/Bradford are all strong seconds, but he's number one.

Met him once outside Liberty's on the Bristol Road - slightly worse for wear I politely asked "alright Trev?"

He shook my hand as if it I was selling him PPI. I was devastated.

Wasn't Libertys Hayley Rd?

Or the Hagley Road?
09:41, Mon 15 Apr
bluemike
Russell Leond
miamivice79ish
No one comes close to him - Hall/Merrick/Bradford are all strong seconds, but he's number one.

Met him once outside Liberty's on the Bristol Road - slightly worse for wear I politely asked "alright Trev?"

He shook my hand as if it I was selling him PPI. I was devastated.

Wasn't Libertys Hayley Rd?

Or the Hagley Road?

Or there 😂 I'd just edited but you beat me to it lol.
Can we stop f*cking clapping all the time.
Revere me.
09:58, Mon 15 Apr
And ‘retiring’ shirts, building statues, and showy ‘no celebration’ reactions after a player who played for a club for five minutes scores against them, to show ‘respect’.

And can some Feckin club stop Villa while we’re at it.