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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby Spiritater » Tue Sep 26, 2017 2:55 pm

Can we get Ben Bradley into this thread and make it more interesting.
I feel Cartoon's book could be another 'Bouncing Back' by Alan Partridge.
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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby part time pete » Tue Sep 26, 2017 3:21 pm

Vera Duckworth wrote:I know an ex footballer who Palmer tried to sign whilst at Stags, allegedly he was paying some of the players out of his own pocket!


I thought you had just died, Vera.
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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby AdamAborigine » Tue Sep 26, 2017 3:22 pm

Spiritater wrote:Can we get Ben Bradley into this thread and make it more interesting.
I feel Cartoon's book could be another 'Bouncing Back' by Alan Partridge.
Get the pulp mill fired up.


He probably drinks yellow stuff out of tins.. he's an idiot.
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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby Amber Andy » Tue Sep 26, 2017 4:52 pm

arsene wengers coat wrote:25 quid seems a bit steep to ask him a few prickly questions and for a book i wont read.

But it is a chance to get some clarity on a situation which was pivotal in our clubs history.

Why is it in ealing though!

I doubt it will get much of a mention. Hardly a high point in his illustrious career.
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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby I am Spartacus » Tue Sep 26, 2017 4:55 pm

Does the £25 include an unlimited supply of rotten fruit to launch at his 'pin' head and sticky out ears?

If so, can someone lend me £30?
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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby I am Spartacus » Tue Sep 26, 2017 4:57 pm

Does the £25 include an unlimited supply of rotten fruit to launch at his 'pin' head and sticky out ears?

If so, can someone lend me £30?
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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby Stockportstag » Tue Sep 26, 2017 5:11 pm

Can't imagine many people buying his autobiography.

He should have renamed the book, " Was i really crap, or just full of it"
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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby halifaxstag » Tue Sep 26, 2017 5:24 pm

Wilfred wrote:I believe he played for England............

If Palmer played for England so can I...
If Palmer played for England so can I...
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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby EdwinstoweStag » Tue Sep 26, 2017 6:06 pm

An evening with Carlton Palmer?

I'd sooner saw my thumb off.
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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby DoomMerchant » Tue Sep 26, 2017 6:46 pm

I've just dug a hole in the back garden and have ordered three tonnes of concrete. There's room for Carlton, though failing that I'm happy to jump in myself to prevent any possible threat of accidentally finding myself at this event.
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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby Gazza » Tue Sep 26, 2017 8:50 pm

Wilfred wrote:I believe he played for England............


I bet that's mentioned in there a few hundred times
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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby Marky Mark » Tue Sep 26, 2017 9:57 pm

Sounds like it was tonight, at Cheltenham
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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby Stags 2002 » Tue Sep 26, 2017 10:00 pm

BRING BACK........no never again. :lol:
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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby Dan » Wed Sep 27, 2017 2:33 pm

part time pete wrote:
Vera Duckworth wrote:I know an ex footballer who Palmer tried to sign whilst at Stags, allegedly he was paying some of the players out of his own pocket!


I thought you had just died, Vera.


Too soon :lol:
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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby daddycool » Wed Sep 27, 2017 5:13 pm

Apparently he does a stand up double act at the end with Ollie Palmer.
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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby Dan » Fri Sep 29, 2017 10:48 am

All teams need a player like Carlton Palmer. That's why managers kept picking me.
That's why I'm one of the least substituted players of my position in the history of the Premier League. That's why, for most of the time, I left it to others to decide how good I was.
Though as I get older perhaps I feel the need to say something to the uninformed w****rs who offer their opinions in programmes like the one about England's worst players. And: 'F*** you' is what I want to say.


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Carlton Palmer’s book

Postby Jay » Sun Oct 01, 2017 8:43 am

I’d be really interested to hear what Palmer has to say about his time at Stags (just for comedy value really!!) but there’s no way I’m giving that clown any more of my money so I’d appreciate if someone could give me an overview on here once they’ve read it. I imagine it’ll be full of how he was so harshly treated by the fans and how his mate Keith was so awesome and equally harshly treated. Clown.
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Re: Carlton Palmer’s book

Postby EdwinstoweStag » Sun Oct 01, 2017 8:54 am

Jay wrote:I’d be really interested to hear what Palmer has to say about his time at Stags (just for comedy value really!!) but there’s no way I’m giving that clown any more of my money so I’d appreciate if someone could give me an overview on here once they’ve read it. I imagine it’ll be full of how he was so harshly treated by the fans and how his mate Keith was so awesome and equally harshly treated. Clown.


That's not fair to clowns, matey.
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Re: Carlton Palmer’s book

Postby Sneag » Sun Oct 01, 2017 9:11 am

EdwinstoweStag wrote:
Jay wrote:I’d be really interested to hear what Palmer has to say about his time at Stags (just for comedy value really!!) but there’s no way I’m giving that clown any more of my money so I’d appreciate if someone could give me an overview on here once they’ve read it. I imagine it’ll be full of how he was so harshly treated by the fans and how his mate Keith was so awesome and equally harshly treated. Clown.


That's not fair to clowns, matey.


I agree Edders and I hate clowns.
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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby ftybr68 » Sun Oct 01, 2017 6:06 pm

Interviewed him for Follow The Yellow Brick Road and to be honest, he came across quite well, but for those of you who don't remember, yes he did mention more than once that he played for England. To be honest when he was at Wednesday he was the type of player you would want to be playing with rather than against. When he got to Stags though, I feel his association with the Shadow caused too many problems in a time when we all hated the world
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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby Billy the fish » Mon Oct 02, 2017 5:37 pm

Carlton On calender news at 6 o’clock if anyone is remotely interested , will he mention he played for England :lol:
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Re: An Evening with Carlton Palmer: Sat 7th Oct

Postby Rob » Mon Oct 02, 2017 7:28 pm

ftybr68 wrote:Interviewed him for Follow The Yellow Brick Road and to be honest, he came across quite well, but for those of you who don't remember, yes he did mention more than once that he played for England. To be honest when he was at Wednesday he was the type of player you would want to be playing with rather than against. When he got to Stags though, I feel his association with the Shadow caused too many problems in a time when we all hated the world


Yes I agree, met him a couple of times as I was working in Sheffield during his reign. He seemed a nice enough bloke and was, as you say, an excellent Premier League player (though perhaps not quite international class). Sadly for him, his time at the Mill will only be remembered for his association with the thing and of course the on field failings.
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