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fartcatcher

Shane Cansdale-Sherriff

50p says he has the the longest surname in the Football League.
Forest

Arsenals Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has an equally long name, do I get 25p?
fartcatcher

Forest wrote:
Arsenals Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has an equally long name, do I get 25p?


bugger

i suppose so  
Grind

Worst quiz ever. Fact.

What about that Jan Spinklespangdungbiscuits of Huddersfax bloke?
Forest

Grind wrote:
Worst quiz ever. Fact.

What about that Jan Spinklespangdungbiscuits of Huddersfax bloke?



Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink? Wasnt he at Hull?
Grind

Forest wrote:
Grind wrote:
Worst quiz ever. Fact.

What about that Jan Spinklespangdungbiscuits of Huddersfax bloke?



Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink? Wasnt he at Hull?


That'll serve him right.
fartcatcher

Grind wrote:
Forest wrote:
Grind wrote:
Worst quiz ever. Fact.

What about that Jan Spinklespangdungbiscuits of Huddersfax bloke?



Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink? Wasnt he at Hull?


That'll serve him right.


His name is Jan Vennegor and he comes from Hesselink. So it does not count.
Grind

fartcatcher wrote:
Grind wrote:
Forest wrote:
Grind wrote:
Worst quiz ever. Fact.

What about that Jan Spinklespangdungbiscuits of Huddersfax bloke?



Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink? Wasnt he at Hull?


That'll serve him right.


His name is Jan Vennegor and he comes from Hesselink. So it does not count.


I bet it does if you try to order it in the club shop.
fartcatcher

from Wikipedia

Quote:
...way back in the 17th century, two farming families in the Enschede area of Holland intermarried. Both the Vennegoor and Hesselink names carried equal social weight, and so - rather than choose between them - they chose to use both. 'Of' in Dutch actually translates to 'or', which would mean that a strict translation of his name would read Jan Vennegoor or Hesselink.
Grind

fartcatcher wrote:
from Wikipedia

Quote:
...way back in the 17th century, two farming families in the Enschede area of Holland intermarried. Both the Vennegoor and Hesselink names carried equal social weight, and so - rather than choose between them - they chose to use both. 'Of' in Dutch actually translates to 'or', which would mean that a strict translation of his name would read Jan Vennegoor or Hesselink.


You just nadgered your own argument then?

* Points at Farty. Ha, ha! *
fartcatcher

shortest name 'Demba Ba'

he says quickly trying to change the subject
Kingmaker of Lilliput

fartcatcher wrote:
shortest name 'Demba Ba'

he says quickly trying to change the subject


Ben Mee.....
bearing

We could have once gone with Rutgerus Johannes Martinius van Nistelrooij
sheeps

John Miles.

Play's for Stockport.
Late Doors

But he plays music as his first love
Grind

Music of the future, and music of the passed.
Plastic Man

Grind wrote:
Music of the future, and music of the passed.


Surely you mean 'past'.

Were you pist when you wrote it?
Grind

Footballer.

Okay, it still isn't funny.
Forest

New contender for the footballer with the longest name, Kevin Theophile-Catherine at Cardiff City.

I win the 50p.
fartcatcher

Ricky Van Wolfswinkel.

not the longest, but possibly the silliest
Grind

* Points at Danny Shittu *
Forest

Grind wrote:
* Points at Danny Shittu *


Danny Shittent
Grind

Forest wrote:
Grind wrote:
* Points at Danny Shittu *


Danny Shittent


A dirty midfielder?
fartcatcher

Aston Villa in the 70s had Oscar Arce and Barrie Hole playing up front.

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