Bobby Robson Saved My Life (Play) Review

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Cast
Charlie Richmond – Mark
Donald McBride – Tommy
Sam Neale – Clair

Date: Tuesday 16th July 2019

Venue: The Customs House, South Shields

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The Sound of Football Coming Home!

Tonight The Sound of Music is back on at the cinema and I will be heading along to see it! Over the weekend I made this video as I couldn’t help but get involved in all of these It’s Coming Home videos, this popped in my head and I just had to make it!

England reaching the semi final of a World Cup, the last time that happened I was two turning three! Back in 1990!

First Ever . . . The North East Blogger Awards

 

A few days ago whilst on Twitter something came to my attention during the #NorthEastHour that for the first time ever ‘The North East Blogger Awards’ is going to take place. So I decided that the best way to get the information out there and ask for you to vote for me for me in the lifestyle category! If you did not already know I am from and still live in South Shields. A small seaside town in the North East of England between Newcastle and Sunderland. Probably most well-known for being the finish line of the Great North Run?

Basically all you need to do is head to the website … here scroll down the page a little and enter my blog details to vote for me to win! I would really appreciate if you could do this as find this a fantastic idea for all of the people based in the North East of England who blog!

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Bond is Bloody British!!!

Having seen Skyfall twice make that three times now! I couldn’t help but notice how many times the word “bloody” is used throughout the film. I am sure this is seen as a big British word but it really does feature a lot. Hence the title of this blog post, it possibly is the most British Bond film to date with a lot of the scenes being in and around London, with a trip to Scotland as well so the UK is very well used in this film. (But don’t worry some other places are involved too).

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Goal III (2009) Review

The third installment of the Goal Trilogy see’s us travel to Germany for the 2006 World Cup, with focus on three players. Santiago Munez (Becker) the focus of the first two films is in the Mexico squad, while his two Real Madrid teammates Liam Adams (Feild) and Charlie Braithwaite (Gregory) are in the England squad.

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RIP SIR BOBBY ROBSON

Taken aside from films, this is a very sad day for football. For Newcastle United, and fans of football around the Country and across the world.

He was a true gentleman of the game and just a joy to listen to and watch.

I was there the day he became Newcastle manager and it was so an occasion. I started going to games in his era and it was fantastic.