Please can ITV get the lads/old geezers together on a regular basis; the banter between 'Arry, Paul Merson, David Seaman, Matt Le Tissier, Razor Ruddock, Mark Chamberlain, John
Barnes, Robbie Fowler, Chris Waddle, Mark Wright, Lee Sharpe, Ray Parlour and Rob Lee was classic comedy.
Pictured: (back row l-r) Manager Harry Redknapp, Lee Sharpe, Steve Howey, Mark Wright, David Seaman, Chris Waddle, Neil Ruddock, Mark Chamberlain, John
Pictured - back row, l-r: Manager Harry Redknapp, Lee Sharpe, Steve Howey, Mark Wright, David Seaman, Chris Waddle, Neil Ruddock, Mark Chamberlain, John
Barnes; front row, l-r: Paul Merson, Robbie Fowler, Matt Le Tissier, Rob Lee and Ray Parlour
John Tripp, Leslie Norris, Glyn Jones, Brenda Chamberlain, John
Ormond, R S Thomas are all celebrated.
Quinn is the star player for the Earl of Durham's team, playing alongside Kevin Ball, Mark Chamberlain, John
Kay, Gary Bennett, Paul Bracewell, Martin Scott, Gary Owers, Kevin Richardson, Craig Russell, Niall Quinn, Anthony Hutton, Andy Kerr, Phil Mustard, James Grindall and Neil Killeen.
Look to the future, Mr Rushton, the days of 'illustrious forefathers' such as Joe Chamberlain, John
Bright, George Muntz can be reborn within our expanding group in the Council Chamber.
The Chamberlain Letters: A Selection of the Letters of John Chamberlain Concerning Life in England From 1597 to 1626 Elizabeth McClure Thomson, ed.
Some of those in the picture are Maureen Chamberlain, Linda Chamberlain, John
Murray, Stanley Merideth, Sandra Sale, Eric Sale, Lily Sale, Norman Weedall, Doris Spencer, Margaret Spencer, Ernie Spencer, Alan Percy, John Morris, Barbara Jones, Ron Jones, Billy Tickle, Moira Davies, David Davies and Billy Meehan."
Niall Quinn, Kevin Ball, Alan Johnson, Alec Chamberlain, John
Kay, Gary Bennett, Martin Scott, Gary Owers, Martin Gray, Kevin Richardson, Paul Bracewell, Craig Russell, Steve Agnew, Antony Hutton, Neil Killeen, Jason McAteer, Dean Gordon, Gary McAllister, Dickie Ord, Brian Honners, Andy Kerr, Steve Gibson and Gary Pallister
Defender Richard Lynch was the Man-of-the-Match for Soccer City B as they beat Waterloo BC 6-0 at Standiforth with goals from Mark Chamberlain, John
Dudley (3) and Adam Stephenson (2).