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Ok, I know this has been done before, but my missus has just asked me: "Who are our famous supporters then?" I had to shrug vaguely and suggest er... Sarah Cracknell, Bradley Walsh, possibly Rick Wakeman and ....er...... help me out guys
 

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The ginger haired copper that used to be in the Bill
 

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[QUOTE='Ayes B]The ginger haired copper that used to be in the Bill[/QUOTE]

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Edmundo said:
Cameron Diaz.
I called at Dan Tana's place on Sunday to see if Cameron fancied coming to Chesterfield in Warren's taxi next month,but the bloody place was shut.How the hell are we meant to attract the rich and famous if he won't let them in for a Sunday lunch time **** up??

:wave: :wave: :wave: :cool: :cool:
 

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Are you sure about Sir John Mills? How do you know? Does he sit in the paddock?

Never heard that one before.

Also Kenny Lynch??? Is it just because he was pictured at one game at GP.

I do know that the Thai Prime Minister is a big fan. :D
 

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Greg Dyke was in the Braemar Road for the Brentford v Chesterfield match last season. Not the first he's attended either.
 
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Boston Bee said:
Greg Dyke was in the Braemar Road for the Brentford v Chesterfield match last season. Not the first he's attended either.
I think this is our most impressive so far - he has been seen at a number of games.
 

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Can he play on the left side of midfield?!?...
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the bloke who plays carl fletcher in dream team supports us i think
 

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Neil Kinnock used to watch us at GP when he lived local.
 

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Stanley said:
Neil Kinnock used to watch us at GP when he lived local.
I only saw him at GP for a Cardiff game.

.....and he stills lives local.
 

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BoroBee said:
Ok, I know this has been done before, but my missus has just asked me: "Who are our famous supporters then?" I had to shrug vaguely and suggest er... Sarah Cracknell, Bradley Walsh, possibly Rick Wakeman and ....er...... help me out guys
Fairly sure that Bradley Walsh is a Watford fan as he was born there. Also I think Rick Wakeman now claims to support Man City?
 

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Stanley said:
Neil Kinnock used to watch us at GP when he lived local.
When he could get in for **** all.
 

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Anyone remember the picture in the paper of Michael Crawford & Wakeman at Griffin Park in the 70's sitting in the Directors Box?
 
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Bradley Walsh is a Gooner, he always on about them and did the fans commentary on Sky along with Tim Lovejoy at the Arsenal v Chelsea cup final.
Phil Daniels and another actor, can't remember his name stood in front of me once in the paddock. I also saw the guy already mentioned above who was in the Bill and Dream Team, quite a few times sitting in the New Road.
 

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Anyone remember the picture in the paper of Michael Crawford & Wakeman at Griffin Park in the 70's sitting in the Directors Box?
Regrettably yes.

And as for Neil Kinnock's freeloading antics, I think he was something of a jinx as I don't recall Brentford ever winning when he was in attendance at GP.
 

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Has anyone noticed a 10 year old Dean Gaffney on the the video of the year we went up? I was watching it the other day and saw Dean pop up saying "I got Bensteads glove".
 

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Yes I've seen him come up to the camera and shout that phase.

On a late night C5 footy programme so years ago he also mentioned it himself.

It was taken from the steps of PG's coach that day.

A few of my mates managed to get their ugly mugs on the same bit of film as they walked past!.l
 

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Greg Dyke was also at the Bournemouth game.
 

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steve bee said:
Bradley Walsh is a Gooner, he always on about them and did the fans commentary on Sky along with Tim Lovejoy at the Arsenal v Chelsea cup final.
Phil Daniels and another actor, can't remember his name stood in front of me once in the paddock. I also saw the guy already mentioned above who was in the Bill and Dream Team, quite a few times sitting in the New Road.

Sat behind Pahil DAniels and pals at Chelsea Monaco semi and he is defenitely a Chelsea supporter. At half time he was seen 'giving Leslie Ash one' against the players tunnel wall.
 

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Edmundo said:
That's quite a commute he does then!
Eurostar doesn't take too long.

I'm sure he has a place in Brussells too. But why anyone would want to spend anymore time than necessary in Banana's Official Most Boring Capital City in the World I don't know.
 

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just this second booked up a couple of nights there with some mates :cry: AND im missing donny for it :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:

any place with beer is good enough for davey :sorted:
 

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Banana said:
Eurostar doesn't take too long.

But why anyone would want to spend anymore time than necessary in Banana's Official Most Boring Capital City in the World I don't know.
Stopped over on the way to Holland once. What a dump. We stayed right in the city centre but could not find anywhere worth going. The only good thing about the city is the train ride out which goes right through the middle of Brussels red light district. Its like poor mans Amsterdam :D
 

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nocoat said:
just this second booked up a couple of nights there with some mates :cry: AND im missing donny for it :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:

any place with beer is good enough for davey :sorted:
You are missing a Game and going to the worse place in the planet Brusselstan I call it as it is full of dodgy refugees and full of turks wanting to kill small english lads lol lol
 

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nocoat said:
just this second booked up a couple of nights there with some mates :cry: AND im missing donny for it :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:

any place with beer is good enough for davey :sorted:
:nono:

Go up the road a bit to Lueven, about 30 mins drive from Brussels, University town, loads of totty, small town square lined with bars, no Turks...

Look out for a beer called 'Delerium Tremens' 15% alcohol, little pink elephants on the label :sorted:
 

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Mark Williams (Fast Show & Harry Potter films amongst loads of other things ;) )

Jamie Theakston

Just 4 off the top of my head and THEY all go and watch Brighton play, not like some of your list (John Mills in the 70s lol lol ) and Bradley "100% Arsenal" Walsh

Anyway, past my bedtime so adios

PS good luck for next season :sorted:
 

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Yeah but Brighton are sh*t rofl rofl

And they're all ****s apart from Mark Williams.

The Bluetones are Bees fans, they're quite famous I guess. I can't believe Karl Fletcher off Dream Team is a bee, that's amazing!!!

You all forgot Jack Nicholson as well, I think he goes with Cameron Diaz to matches.
 

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when i went to a bluetones gig in dec in my bees shirt they mentioned me and made a couple of namedrops
definate fans
maybe we should get MA to do an appeal for all celebraity fans to make themselves known, do some sort of stunt or something
 

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JoshBHA said:
Des Lynam

Norman Cook

Mark Williams (Fast Show & Harry Potter films amongst loads of other things ;) )

Jamie Theakston

Just 4 off the top of my head and THEY all go and watch Brighton play, not like some of your list (John Mills in the 70s lol lol ) and Bradley "100% Arsenal" Walsh

Anyway, past my bedtime so adios

PS good luck for next season :sorted:
Are they marmite miners to.
 

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I went to a Jim Tavare (bald comedian, with his double bass) gig on Friday, and he ended his routine claiming to be a Brentford fan. May have just been a **** taking part of his act, but who knows............
 

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Russell Grant was at the Rangers game last season.
Does that count is that stretching the definition of 'famous' a little too far?
 

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West Wilts Bee said:
Are they marmite miners to.
As in gay? As that what you mean?

Tw*t

People born in the region of Brighton & Hove are straight, its just all the queers from the West London area that relocate to Brighton that give the city its "pink" culture ;)
 

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