SWINDON TOWN: Just sign here...

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PAOLO Di Canio is to offer trialist Ibrahim Atiku a permanent contract with Swindon Town, the Italian has told the Advertiser.

The 28-year-old Ghanaian midfielder has been with the club for over a week and, like Oliver Risser, has settled in well with the rest of the players.

Atiku has looked useful at the pre-season training camp so far and though Di Canio already has a wealth of options in midfield, the Town boss could potentially be looking at alternative positions for the former Ghana youth international, having utilised him just behind the main striker in an inter-squad practice match yesterday.

And Di Canio has been impressed with what he has seen of Atiku so far and is hopeful he and Risser will sign contracts with the club in the coming days.

“Atiku is a good professional and he is a player who can help us a lot,” Di Canio said. “He has a lot of quality and sometimes you can see he likes to joke, but on the pitch you can see he is focused as a player.

“They (Atiku and Risser) already feel a part of the squad. For them it is like they have been here for 20 years and the club is in their skin.”

A contract is already on the table for Risser, with the player and Di Canio waiting for interim chairman Jeremy Wray and Nick Watkins to arrive in Norcia this week to complete the formalities of the deal.

Di Canio has spoken highly of Risser since he came to the club last week, and the Namibia international looks to have the potential to be an important player next season.

“Risser is an animal," added the Town boss. "Not just when you look at his physicality but also the way he works on the field.

“He gives 200 per cent and sometimes we have to keep him quiet because he will use all his energy inside the dressing room.

“We want to have people who will push themselves beyond their limits. Everything we ask him to do he does to his best. For example if we want the players to take one minute to run somewhere, he runs it in 50 seconds.

“I want this kind of professional attitude rather than lazy people, but he is also a good footballer with good presence and technique, and I believe he will be a very important player.”

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7:28am Thu 7 Jul 11

steve. says...

`Risser is a animal`OL ani ani ani mal animal animal ani ani ani-mal
Risser`s gunna get ya.
`Risser is a animal`OL ani ani ani mal animal animal ani ani ani-mal Risser`s gunna get ya. steve.
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7:33am Thu 7 Jul 11

steve. says...

Ani ani ani-mal animal animal
ani ani ani-mal
super animal Risser.

`
Risser`s gunna get ya.
Ani ani ani-mal animal animal ani ani ani-mal super animal Risser. ` Risser`s gunna get ya. steve.
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8:00am Thu 7 Jul 11

SAPFanSTFC says...

What was the real name of 'Animal' from the 80s?
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He was one where the crowd could almost sense when after opposition player had taken a step too far Animal was going to get them.....never quite in the Stuart Pearce mode i.e. not as much finesse, but certainly ball first - well while the ref was watching anyway
What was the real name of 'Animal' from the 80s? ... He was one where the crowd could almost sense when after opposition player had taken a step too far Animal was going to get them.....never quite in the Stuart Pearce mode i.e. not as much finesse, but certainly ball first - well while the ref was watching anyway SAPFanSTFC
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8:00am Thu 7 Jul 11

Since 1950 says...

Thing is, will he become a liability gaining a bad disciplinary record? Time will tell, but he sounds committed!
Thing is, will he become a liability gaining a bad disciplinary record? Time will tell, but he sounds committed! Since 1950
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8:08am Thu 7 Jul 11

Old Town says...

His name was Brian Williams - Animal running usually down the left side from Midfield.....
His name was Brian Williams - Animal running usually down the left side from Midfield..... Old Town
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8:28am Thu 7 Jul 11

Ginger-nutz says...

Good old Brian Williams........
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He was Alan Mayes's personal bodyguard and god help anyone who tried to bully a town player on the pitch in those days...lol.
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He often didn't finish a match, but then again....neither did the opposition player that he targeted!!..
Good old Brian Williams........ . He was Alan Mayes's personal bodyguard and god help anyone who tried to bully a town player on the pitch in those days...lol. . He often didn't finish a match, but then again....neither did the opposition player that he targeted!!.. Ginger-nutz
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8:33am Thu 7 Jul 11

SAPFanSTFC says...

Cheers Old Town - As you say Ginger-Nutz he was our very own not so secret assassin.
....
He used to liven things up in the Town End.....I can't remember who we were playing but one of the opposition took out one of our lads and then it slowly dawned on him what he'd done and where he was playing.....his face was a picture of abject fear.....he didn't finish the game......but watching him trying to watch where Animal was all the time was a real hoot......I'm sure his shorts weren't supposed to be that shade of brown either :-)
Cheers Old Town - As you say Ginger-Nutz he was our very own not so secret assassin. .... He used to liven things up in the Town End.....I can't remember who we were playing but one of the opposition took out one of our lads and then it slowly dawned on him what he'd done and where he was playing.....his face was a picture of abject fear.....he didn't finish the game......but watching him trying to watch where Animal was all the time was a real hoot......I'm sure his shorts weren't supposed to be that shade of brown either :-) SAPFanSTFC
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8:44am Thu 7 Jul 11

Stilloyal says...

I loved the Animal, him and Charlie Henry in the same team, both flanks covered and players were terrified to allack down the wings. Seems like this season is gonna be similar to that .

So it's Captain Risser then !!
I loved the Animal, him and Charlie Henry in the same team, both flanks covered and players were terrified to allack down the wings. Seems like this season is gonna be similar to that . So it's Captain Risser then !! Stilloyal
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8:49am Thu 7 Jul 11

SAPFanSTFC says...

Maybe not Captain but it will be:
"Yes Mr. Risser Sir!"....."Sorry my head dented the leather in your boot Mr Risser Sir!" - "That was very kind of you to leave one of my legs intact Mr Risser Sir!...allowing me to hop off will delay game for far less time than had I needed a stretcher Sir!!"
Maybe not Captain but it will be: "Yes Mr. Risser Sir!"....."Sorry my head dented the leather in your boot Mr Risser Sir!" - "That was very kind of you to leave one of my legs intact Mr Risser Sir!...allowing me to hop off will delay game for far less time than had I needed a stretcher Sir!!" SAPFanSTFC
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8:52am Thu 7 Jul 11

SAPFanSTFC says...

......well we'/re all assuming that we have the right end of the stick.
.....
Maybe he sits in a corner and chews on bamboo shoots or climbs the goalposts and along the crossbar upside down but VERY very slowly.
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....Nahh...gotta be a 'bite yer bum' sort surely.....No Mr Risser Sir I wasn't calling you Shirley!!
......well we'/re all assuming that we have the right end of the stick. ..... Maybe he sits in a corner and chews on bamboo shoots or climbs the goalposts and along the crossbar upside down but VERY very slowly. .... ....Nahh...gotta be a 'bite yer bum' sort surely.....No Mr Risser Sir I wasn't calling you Shirley!! SAPFanSTFC
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8:53am Thu 7 Jul 11

the don69 says...

steve. wrote:
Ani ani ani-mal animal animal
ani ani ani-mal
super animal Risser.

`
Risser`s gunna get ya.
What ever Steve's on this time of the morning,I'll have a double!!!!!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]steve.[/bold] wrote: Ani ani ani-mal animal animal ani ani ani-mal super animal Risser. ` Risser`s gunna get ya.[/p][/quote]What ever Steve's on this time of the morning,I'll have a double!!!!!!!!!!! the don69
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9:16am Thu 7 Jul 11

Even Angrier Monkey says...

So Risser is a large, aggressive, shouty bloke.

Superb. Might not have got relegated last season with a few more like that in the team.
So Risser is a large, aggressive, shouty bloke. Superb. Might not have got relegated last season with a few more like that in the team. Even Angrier Monkey
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9:31am Thu 7 Jul 11

madterrier says...

Will never forget that Gillingham game. The referee stopped play suddenly and for no apparent reason only for everyone to see that 90 yards away, Animal was sat on top of a Gillingham player punching the living daylights out of him.

The stuff of legend.
Will never forget that Gillingham game. The referee stopped play suddenly and for no apparent reason only for everyone to see that 90 yards away, Animal was sat on top of a Gillingham player punching the living daylights out of him. The stuff of legend. madterrier
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9:31am Thu 7 Jul 11

Stilloyal says...

Even Angrier Monkey, Swindon says...
9:16am Thu 7 Jul 11

So Risser is a large, aggressive, shouty bloke.

Superb. Might not have got relegated last season with a few more like that in the team.”



even angrier Great description the old bill should be able to do an E.FIT from that :-)
Even Angrier Monkey, Swindon says... 9:16am Thu 7 Jul 11 So Risser is a large, aggressive, shouty bloke. Superb. Might not have got relegated last season with a few more like that in the team.” even angrier Great description the old bill should be able to do an E.FIT from that :-) Stilloyal
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9:59am Thu 7 Jul 11

RedBrum says...

He comes from Namibia
He'll fracture you Tibia
Risser,.........
He comes from Namibia He'll fracture you Tibia Risser,......... RedBrum
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10:06am Thu 7 Jul 11

SAPFanSTFC says...

madterrier wrote:
Will never forget that Gillingham game. The referee stopped play suddenly and for no apparent reason only for everyone to see that 90 yards away, Animal was sat on top of a Gillingham player punching the living daylights out of him. The stuff of legend.
:-) I'd forgotten that - although wasn't that the game where 2 players one of theirs at half-time and the other at full-time, got sent off in the tunnel as well, think we won 3-2 but that may have been before Animal's days - can't remember for sure but those Gills games were always spicy and that was before the Play-Off match
....
Cheers Mad-Terrier - got my fix of smiling material for the day, still laughing when I think of 69'ers comments on the Rotherham commentator :-0
[quote][p][bold]madterrier[/bold] wrote: Will never forget that Gillingham game. The referee stopped play suddenly and for no apparent reason only for everyone to see that 90 yards away, Animal was sat on top of a Gillingham player punching the living daylights out of him. The stuff of legend.[/p][/quote]:-) I'd forgotten that - although wasn't that the game where 2 players one of theirs at half-time and the other at full-time, got sent off in the tunnel as well, think we won 3-2 but that may have been before Animal's days - can't remember for sure but those Gills games were always spicy and that was before the Play-Off match .... Cheers Mad-Terrier - got my fix of smiling material for the day, still laughing when I think of 69'ers comments on the Rotherham commentator :-0 SAPFanSTFC
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10:31am Thu 7 Jul 11

old town robin says...

Are you sure that wasn't Kamara, I think he did something similar
Are you sure that wasn't Kamara, I think he did something similar old town robin
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10:39am Thu 7 Jul 11

Stilloyal says...

old town, Kammy got done for chinnin a Brentford player in the tunnel, my opinion on that is he didn't hit him hard enough. Cost Kammy a court appearance though, the first of it's kind.
old town, Kammy got done for chinnin a Brentford player in the tunnel, my opinion on that is he didn't hit him hard enough. Cost Kammy a court appearance though, the first of it's kind. Stilloyal
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11:09am Thu 7 Jul 11

old town robin says...

Stilloyal wrote:
old town, Kammy got done for chinnin a Brentford player in the tunnel, my opinion on that is he didn't hit him hard enough. Cost Kammy a court appearance though, the first of it's kind.
Thanks for the nostalga Stillloyal, I'm sure you're right, thought I read somewhere on his last game for us he ran the length of the pitch to take someone out, but I could be wrong as I was not there.
[quote][p][bold]Stilloyal[/bold] wrote: old town, Kammy got done for chinnin a Brentford player in the tunnel, my opinion on that is he didn't hit him hard enough. Cost Kammy a court appearance though, the first of it's kind.[/p][/quote]Thanks for the nostalga Stillloyal, I'm sure you're right, thought I read somewhere on his last game for us he ran the length of the pitch to take someone out, but I could be wrong as I was not there. old town robin
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11:13am Thu 7 Jul 11

Stilloyal says...

old town robin, old town swindon says...
11:09am Thu 7 Jul 11

Stilloyal wrote:
old town, Kammy got done for chinnin a Brentford player in the tunnel, my opinion on that is he didn't hit him hard enough. Cost Kammy a court appearance though, the first of it's kind.
Thanks for the nostalga Stillloyal, I'm sure you're right, thought I read somewhere on his last game for us he ran the length of the pitch to take someone out, but I could be wrong as I was not there.”




Thats the game mate but he actually did the deed in the tunnel if I'm correct. Might have caused a pitch invasion otherwise with a few thou townies giving the player a kicking .
old town robin, old town swindon says... 11:09am Thu 7 Jul 11 Stilloyal wrote: old town, Kammy got done for chinnin a Brentford player in the tunnel, my opinion on that is he didn't hit him hard enough. Cost Kammy a court appearance though, the first of it's kind. Thanks for the nostalga Stillloyal, I'm sure you're right, thought I read somewhere on his last game for us he ran the length of the pitch to take someone out, but I could be wrong as I was not there.” Thats the game mate but he actually did the deed in the tunnel if I'm correct. Might have caused a pitch invasion otherwise with a few thou townies giving the player a kicking . Stilloyal
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11:48am Thu 7 Jul 11

Micky Hazard says...

I witnessed the Kammy incident. It was away to Shrewsbury, Jim Melrose had been spouting racist drivel to Kammy about his young kid.
I remember it like it was yesterday. I suddenly noticed that Kammy started sprinting towards us in the away end, when all the other players were just walking normally.
Then as he got up to Melrose he swung his elbow as hard as he could and broke his jaw.
Obviously we didn't know what it was about at the time, but this course of action was justified in my book.
Good on yer Kammy.
I witnessed the Kammy incident. It was away to Shrewsbury, Jim Melrose had been spouting racist drivel to Kammy about his young kid. I remember it like it was yesterday. I suddenly noticed that Kammy started sprinting towards us in the away end, when all the other players were just walking normally. Then as he got up to Melrose he swung his elbow as hard as he could and broke his jaw. Obviously we didn't know what it was about at the time, but this course of action was justified in my book. Good on yer Kammy. Micky Hazard
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12:03pm Thu 7 Jul 11

Stilloyal says...

Mickey , your probably right , (age) I thought it was Brentford who he did get sent off at home v them. Don't mess with Kammy.
Mickey , your probably right , (age) I thought it was Brentford who he did get sent off at home v them. Don't mess with Kammy. Stilloyal
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12:04pm Thu 7 Jul 11

old town robin says...

Micky Hazard wrote:
I witnessed the Kammy incident. It was away to Shrewsbury, Jim Melrose had been spouting racist drivel to Kammy about his young kid.
I remember it like it was yesterday. I suddenly noticed that Kammy started sprinting towards us in the away end, when all the other players were just walking normally.
Then as he got up to Melrose he swung his elbow as hard as he could and broke his jaw.
Obviously we didn't know what it was about at the time, but this course of action was justified in my book.
Good on yer Kammy.
Thanks for clearing that up Mickey, thought I had read it somewhere, Looks like Kammy was a serial animal stilloyal when he took a Gills out as well. Ah the good old days, makes Joey b arton look like a girls blouse.
[quote][p][bold]Micky Hazard[/bold] wrote: I witnessed the Kammy incident. It was away to Shrewsbury, Jim Melrose had been spouting racist drivel to Kammy about his young kid. I remember it like it was yesterday. I suddenly noticed that Kammy started sprinting towards us in the away end, when all the other players were just walking normally. Then as he got up to Melrose he swung his elbow as hard as he could and broke his jaw. Obviously we didn't know what it was about at the time, but this course of action was justified in my book. Good on yer Kammy.[/p][/quote]Thanks for clearing that up Mickey, thought I had read it somewhere, Looks like Kammy was a serial animal stilloyal when he took a Gills out as well. Ah the good old days, makes Joey b arton look like a girls blouse. old town robin
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12:14pm Thu 7 Jul 11

steve. says...

the don69 wrote:
steve. wrote:
Ani ani ani-mal animal animal
ani ani ani-mal
super animal Risser.

`
Risser`s gunna get ya.
What ever Steve's on this time of the morning,I'll have a double!!!!!!!!!!!
Double ?
8)
that would be enough to kill a horse.
[quote][p][bold]the don69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]steve.[/bold] wrote: Ani ani ani-mal animal animal ani ani ani-mal super animal Risser. ` Risser`s gunna get ya.[/p][/quote]What ever Steve's on this time of the morning,I'll have a double!!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Double ? 8) that would be enough to kill a horse. steve.
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1:18pm Thu 7 Jul 11

steve. says...

old town robin wrote:
Micky Hazard wrote:
I witnessed the Kammy incident. It was away to Shrewsbury, Jim Melrose had been spouting racist drivel to Kammy about his young kid.
I remember it like it was yesterday. I suddenly noticed that Kammy started sprinting towards us in the away end, when all the other players were just walking normally.
Then as he got up to Melrose he swung his elbow as hard as he could and broke his jaw.
Obviously we didn't know what it was about at the time, but this course of action was justified in my book.
Good on yer Kammy.
Thanks for clearing that up Mickey, thought I had read it somewhere, Looks like Kammy was a serial animal stilloyal when he took a Gills out as well. Ah the good old days, makes Joey b arton look like a girls blouse.
Good memories chaps,
MH if i remember rightly when Kammy done him we thought it was justified before we found out the reason.
We've had some good uns haven't we gents.
[quote][p][bold]old town robin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Micky Hazard[/bold] wrote: I witnessed the Kammy incident. It was away to Shrewsbury, Jim Melrose had been spouting racist drivel to Kammy about his young kid. I remember it like it was yesterday. I suddenly noticed that Kammy started sprinting towards us in the away end, when all the other players were just walking normally. Then as he got up to Melrose he swung his elbow as hard as he could and broke his jaw. Obviously we didn't know what it was about at the time, but this course of action was justified in my book. Good on yer Kammy.[/p][/quote]Thanks for clearing that up Mickey, thought I had read it somewhere, Looks like Kammy was a serial animal stilloyal when he took a Gills out as well. Ah the good old days, makes Joey b arton look like a girls blouse.[/p][/quote]Good memories chaps, MH if i remember rightly when Kammy done him we thought it was justified before we found out the reason. We've had some good uns haven't we gents. steve.
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4:59pm Thu 7 Jul 11

Old-Stager, Hilperton says...

Micky Hazard wrote:
I witnessed the Kammy incident. It was away to Shrewsbury, Jim Melrose had been spouting racist drivel to Kammy about his young kid. I remember it like it was yesterday. I suddenly noticed that Kammy started sprinting towards us in the away end, when all the other players were just walking normally. Then as he got up to Melrose he swung his elbow as hard as he could and broke his jaw. Obviously we didn't know what it was about at the time, but this course of action was justified in my book. Good on yer Kammy.
Quite right Micky Hazard...
I also remember that day at Shrewsbury's old Gay Meadow Ground.
After the final whistle Kammy downed Jim Melrose somewhere near the centre spot, and was red-carded of course.
He ended up in court following this incident.
And if my memory serves me right, that was Kammy's last game ever for Swindon Town, because our Manager Lou Macari wouldn't play Kammy any more.
[quote][p][bold]Micky Hazard[/bold] wrote: I witnessed the Kammy incident. It was away to Shrewsbury, Jim Melrose had been spouting racist drivel to Kammy about his young kid. I remember it like it was yesterday. I suddenly noticed that Kammy started sprinting towards us in the away end, when all the other players were just walking normally. Then as he got up to Melrose he swung his elbow as hard as he could and broke his jaw. Obviously we didn't know what it was about at the time, but this course of action was justified in my book. Good on yer Kammy.[/p][/quote]Quite right Micky Hazard... I also remember that day at Shrewsbury's old Gay Meadow Ground. After the final whistle Kammy downed Jim Melrose somewhere near the centre spot, and was red-carded of course. He ended up in court following this incident. And if my memory serves me right, that was Kammy's last game ever for Swindon Town, because our Manager Lou Macari wouldn't play Kammy any more. Old-Stager, Hilperton
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5:21pm Thu 7 Jul 11

Micky Hazard says...

steve. wrote:
old town robin wrote:
Micky Hazard wrote: I witnessed the Kammy incident. It was away to Shrewsbury, Jim Melrose had been spouting racist drivel to Kammy about his young kid. I remember it like it was yesterday. I suddenly noticed that Kammy started sprinting towards us in the away end, when all the other players were just walking normally. Then as he got up to Melrose he swung his elbow as hard as he could and broke his jaw. Obviously we didn't know what it was about at the time, but this course of action was justified in my book. Good on yer Kammy.
Thanks for clearing that up Mickey, thought I had read it somewhere, Looks like Kammy was a serial animal stilloyal when he took a Gills out as well. Ah the good old days, makes Joey b arton look like a girls blouse.
Good memories chaps, MH if i remember rightly when Kammy done him we thought it was justified before we found out the reason. We've had some good uns haven't we gents.
You mean because Melrose was generally a bit of a c0ck anyway? Yeh now you say that it does ring a bell. I seem to recall that he was a bit of a niggly, irritating ginger.
We came up against him playing for Leicester in those days too.
That was a buzz being locked in the away corner at Filbert Street in the 80's, while all their hoolies were outside waiting for us :0)
COYR
[quote][p][bold]steve.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]old town robin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Micky Hazard[/bold] wrote: I witnessed the Kammy incident. It was away to Shrewsbury, Jim Melrose had been spouting racist drivel to Kammy about his young kid. I remember it like it was yesterday. I suddenly noticed that Kammy started sprinting towards us in the away end, when all the other players were just walking normally. Then as he got up to Melrose he swung his elbow as hard as he could and broke his jaw. Obviously we didn't know what it was about at the time, but this course of action was justified in my book. Good on yer Kammy.[/p][/quote]Thanks for clearing that up Mickey, thought I had read it somewhere, Looks like Kammy was a serial animal stilloyal when he took a Gills out as well. Ah the good old days, makes Joey b arton look like a girls blouse.[/p][/quote]Good memories chaps, MH if i remember rightly when Kammy done him we thought it was justified before we found out the reason. We've had some good uns haven't we gents.[/p][/quote]You mean because Melrose was generally a bit of a c0ck anyway? Yeh now you say that it does ring a bell. I seem to recall that he was a bit of a niggly, irritating ginger. We came up against him playing for Leicester in those days too. That was a buzz being locked in the away corner at Filbert Street in the 80's, while all their hoolies were outside waiting for us :0) COYR Micky Hazard
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7:08pm Thu 7 Jul 11

Micky Hazard says...

Old-Stager, Hilperton wrote:
Micky Hazard wrote: I witnessed the Kammy incident. It was away to Shrewsbury, Jim Melrose had been spouting racist drivel to Kammy about his young kid. I remember it like it was yesterday. I suddenly noticed that Kammy started sprinting towards us in the away end, when all the other players were just walking normally. Then as he got up to Melrose he swung his elbow as hard as he could and broke his jaw. Obviously we didn't know what it was about at the time, but this course of action was justified in my book. Good on yer Kammy.
Quite right Micky Hazard... I also remember that day at Shrewsbury's old Gay Meadow Ground. After the final whistle Kammy downed Jim Melrose somewhere near the centre spot, and was red-carded of course. He ended up in court following this incident. And if my memory serves me right, that was Kammy's last game ever for Swindon Town, because our Manager Lou Macari wouldn't play Kammy any more.
Thank you, it's all coming back to me now. Yeh that's right, Lou refused to stand by Kammy & got rid.
In fact I'm pretty sure he talks about it in great detail in his autobiography - link below (must buy it myself actually);
http://www.amazon.co
.uk/product-reviews/
0007360584/ref=dp_to
p_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=U
TF8&showViewpoints=1
[quote][p][bold]Old-Stager, Hilperton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Micky Hazard[/bold] wrote: I witnessed the Kammy incident. It was away to Shrewsbury, Jim Melrose had been spouting racist drivel to Kammy about his young kid. I remember it like it was yesterday. I suddenly noticed that Kammy started sprinting towards us in the away end, when all the other players were just walking normally. Then as he got up to Melrose he swung his elbow as hard as he could and broke his jaw. Obviously we didn't know what it was about at the time, but this course of action was justified in my book. Good on yer Kammy.[/p][/quote]Quite right Micky Hazard... I also remember that day at Shrewsbury's old Gay Meadow Ground. After the final whistle Kammy downed Jim Melrose somewhere near the centre spot, and was red-carded of course. He ended up in court following this incident. And if my memory serves me right, that was Kammy's last game ever for Swindon Town, because our Manager Lou Macari wouldn't play Kammy any more.[/p][/quote]Thank you, it's all coming back to me now. Yeh that's right, Lou refused to stand by Kammy & got rid. In fact I'm pretty sure he talks about it in great detail in his autobiography - link below (must buy it myself actually); http://www.amazon.co .uk/product-reviews/ 0007360584/ref=dp_to p_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=U TF8&showViewpoints=1 Micky Hazard
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7:10pm Thu 7 Jul 11

Micky Hazard says...

Actually this link is better;
http://www.amazon.co
.uk/Mr-Unbelievable-
Chris-Kamara/dp/0007
360584/ref=cm_cr_pr_
pb_t
Actually this link is better; http://www.amazon.co .uk/Mr-Unbelievable- Chris-Kamara/dp/0007 360584/ref=cm_cr_pr_ pb_t Micky Hazard
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