Earlier United dominated the Edwardian era lifting the championship of England and theFA Cupwith regularity and were crowned the best side on the country back in the roaring twenties when a little explosive Scot called Hughie
Gallacher began the No 9 legend when leading scorer and club captain.
Earlier United dominated the Edwardian era, lifting the title and the FA Cup with regularity and were crowned England's best side back in the roaring 20s, when explosive Scot called Hughie
Gallacher began the No 9 legend as leading scorer and club captain.
Dexter does let it be known that he feels a decided repugnance toward homosexuality, the practitioners of which, he announces, exhibit "a political contamination that can, in every case, be traced to Moscow." A young Englishman called Hughie
, who dreams of a House of Commons career, interposes at this point: "I say, hold on, Heck.
She said: "I was going out with another boy at the time called Hughie
and he introduced me to Leslie when he was playing football.
. I AM tryiS ng to contact a friend of mine called Hughie
O'Neil (nickname Junior).
His next TV project is a drama for BBC Four called Hughie
Green, Most Sincerely.
In the early Sixties in Easterhouse, Glasgow, I had a best friend called Hughie
Joe said: "I was fighting a guy called Hughie
Davie at the St Andrew's Sporting Club and winning every round as far as I could work out.
I'm rescued again, by a croft farmer called Hughie
. He's the sort who eats three Shredded Wheats on top of his porridge for breakfast and juggles girders for fun.
In 1925-26 a livewire Scottish striker called Hughie
Gallacher arrived for a club record fee of PS6,500.
``One day Ness saw us running in our tracksuits and said to a corporal called Hughie
Hamilton, `Who are those fellows?