Dunno about that, but he missed a 6-0 home victory over Cambridge in 94/95:IIRC PG also missed the 2-1 FA Cup win over Sunderland.
Well, the story goes, that if he was absolutely fabulous at his job then we would have put up with his "style", however......he wasn't good enough to justify that.That Kurt was a real piece of work and worse still f*cking useless at his job.
The club is much better off with him gone, sadly he must have had something on Mark Devlin or he’d have been gone long before the Ticketing system fiasco.
It's going to be a tough enough day anyway without PG making me burst into tearsThe Guardian said:Amid the laughter, Gilham pondered his last day as MC at Griffin Park.
“When I walk over that line on to the pitch with my microphone, every time it is special for me. I think I am the luckiest guy alive because I work for the club I love. As for what I will say at our last ever game I don’t rehearse, of course, but I can tell you that whatever the words they will come from the heart,” he added.
Not only those two muppets but it's also been mooted by posters on here that PG be retired along with GP but I put that down to posts in jest or in drink. IMO it would be a travesty and a massive underwhelming event if PG doesn't lead us out on the mic in the first season at LR. Unless ofcourse he decides he doesnt want to for whatever reason!Nice article on PG today
Of course it should be documented that Kurt wanted him gone come the new stadium, and I think Mark D supported that view. They were overheard on a train journey, the documentation of which is one here.,
The pertinent part of this is
“The last few years they tried to give a script and I kept telling them I don’t want one"
and we all have read various posts about the great PG being bullied around the pitch by Kurt during his time here.
I haven’t seen that mooted on this thread, not this year, at least and I’m not going any further back. :lol:Not only those two muppets but it's also been mooted by posters on here that PG be retired along with GP but I put that down to posts in jest or in drink. IMO it would be a travesty and a massive underwhelming event if PG doesn't lead us out on the mic in the first season at LR. Unless ofcourse he decides he doesnt want to for whatever reason!
It will hurt PG as much as all of us when we leave GP. PG as I and most of us live in the real world. Do we still want our owner pumping millions of pounds of his own hard earnt? NO. what makes this club so great is having legends such as MB , PG, and our fans. PG is our man with the mic no one else comes near, that Kurt character must have been some ******.Can't imagine a BFC home game without him.
Maybe just maybe some of the doubters should accept if the great man is so excited about LR we should all be excited and work to sell it out and big up our future up awy from GP.
To be fair to the Guardian, they have a policy of correcting errors which are drawn to their attention, including a daily 'corrections and clarifications' column in the print version.We're getting there:
"their home for 115 years, as they move a few miles away to the brand new, purpose-built "
"a first Premier League title or a debut season in the Premier League"....