Blues legends elfed

Posted on: Tuesday, Dec 18, 2007

http://www.elfyourself.com/?id=1399346616

After seeing the bluesmen elfed, I could not resist elfing my family.

http://www.elfyourself.com/?id=1423053956



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Pete Evans

December 19th, 2007 at 21:27
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Hey Grahame
Wasn’t there a left winger playing for Chester in the 60s called Elfed Morris…

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Grahame

December 20th, 2007 at 22:20
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Before my time Pete, but he was one of the great forward line of 64-65 who scored 119 goals!! Steady on though, Ken will throw us off for talking football on a blues site – as he is one of that rare breed of a male of the species not interested in the noble game at all!

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Pete Evans

December 20th, 2007 at 23:01
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I actually went to watch Chester in those days with an old friend. I can even remember their forward line-up… Jimmy Humes on drums, Mick Metcalf on bass, Gary Talbot on harp,on keyboard Hugh Ryden and finally on lead guitar , the aforesaid Elfed Morris.
Do you think Ken fell for it!!

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Ken

December 21st, 2007 at 14:09
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[ Hurrumph! ]

I just don’t see the attraction of standing in the cold watching your favourite team of overpaid overdelicate men kicking an inflated pigs bladder around a field for an hour and a half.

I am biased though – I was always that last kid to be picked at school, you know the scenario…. four kids left – me included. One captain says “*sigh*… If you take Clegg and Peace then I suppose I’ll have Hepplethwaite and Carter.”

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Pete Evans

December 21st, 2007 at 18:11
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I agree Ken – give me the oval ball anyday
As that great northern colleague of yours Brian Moore said as the Welsh rugby player James Hook had TWO dislocated fingers relocated on the touch line in the match against South Africa before being sent back on … “If he was a soccer players, he’d be crying over a lost eyelash!!” … nice one Brian.