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Former England and watford manager Graham Taylor dies

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RIP to " do I not like that?" and turnip in... Genuinely kind and funny man who was not given a fair chance by the media Read More
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3m, 2w agoPosted 3 months, 2 weeks ago
RIP to " do I not like that?" and turnip in...
Genuinely kind and funny man who was not given a fair chance by the media
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3m, 2w agoPosted 3 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
http://c0.thejournal.ie/media/2013/10/tay-3-752x501.jpg
5 Likes #2
sorry to hear it. was a decent bloke
2 Likes #3
Sad news always liked him.
banned#6
2 Likes #7
"LINESMAN!" "CARLTON!" & that whole scene which left Nigel Clough clueless.
One of the best football documentaries ever, but still was never sure if "An Impossible Job" was a true reflection or just a stitch-up
#8
72 so had a good long life, no need to be sad, death is a natural part of living.
1 Like #9
MrScotchBonnet

Didn't for me :(

RIP old turnip head.

Decent bloke.
1 Like #10
donaldduck2
72 so had a good long life, no need to be sad, death is a natural part of living.

72 is really quite young for a sportsman as they must surely be some of the fittest in society?
Most will live into their late 80's and many well above that
Wonder what he died actually from?
#11
Great commentator
#12
sowotsdis
donaldduck2
72 so had a good long life, no need to be sad, death is a natural part of living.
72 is really quite young for a sportsman as they must surely be some of the fittest in society?
Most will live into their late 80's and many well above that
Wonder what he died actually from?
I think he died suddenly, from a possible heart attack. Sad news.:(
#13
Seemed a good chap, unlike some of the other arrogant, self serving, bullying, foul mouthed, nasty ****.

Decency has been replaced by the lust for ££££££££'s
1 Like #14
GNKelly07
"LINESMAN!" "CARLTON!" & that whole scene which left Nigel Clough clueless.
One of the best football documentaries ever, but still was never sure if "An Impossible Job" was a true reflection or just a stitch-up
"Can We Not Knock It!"X)
#15
which left Nigel Clough clueless

Nothing new there, most overrated player Forest ever had. And now overrated as a manager, living on his surname and basking in his dads glow.
Thank God he was never offered the job at Forest.
1 Like #16
''Do i not like that''

RIP
#17
sad news as with all deaths. think most people forget that he had three years in the England job, seems a long time now a days. Sadly will be remembered by most people for the football and non football headlines but seemed to care about football.
#18
Sad when anyone passes, but...no buts, lets not speak ill of the dead.
#19
great deal thanks
#20
sowotsdis
http://c0.thejournal.ie/media/2013/10/tay-3-752x501.jpg
Did you meet graham.

What do you mean he wasn't given a fair chance by the media

Edited By: ELVIS_THE_PELVIS on Jan 12, 2017 14:43
#21
Rest In Peace Graham. :(
#22
His interview with Denis Law well worth watching.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEozaX4kR5M
1 Like #23
Always came across as a thoroughly decent man.

A proper football guy, brilliant domestic manager respected by all in the game.

I doubt there will be many players who would have a bad word to say about him

England job didn't work out but who cares....how many have made it work?

A really good analyst. Gave many years to 5Live

RIP
banned#24
RIP
#25
I hope some of the trashy gutter media aren't hypocrites & apologies for the way they mocked, ridiculed & insulted him.

It went way beyond what any human should have to endure.
#26
A very highly respected man, and highly regarded in The West Midlands, as you will see Saturday teatime when Wolves play Villa.

R.I.P Graham Taylor.

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