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December 2000 News
Follow the news of the offspring of the class of 70-71 !
Vote For Next Generation Babe !
Both of Bob's 70-71 favourites Louise and Gabby Yorath (Harry Redknapp's daughter-in-law and Terry's son (Leeds United squad) respectively) are in the vote for top footballing Babe. Far be it from this site to promote such sexist nonsence I see they are nevertheless in need of extra support if they are to win, so go along and vote now !!! See Football365.com
New Babes on the Block ...
Two other 'Babes' with 70-71 connections, are Suzi Walker and Hannah Spearitt. Suzi is married to Spurs goalkeeper Ian, and is therefore Mike's (Watford squad) daughter-in-law ! Suzi had a recent Grenada t,v, series on footballers' wives.
Hannah is a singer with S Club 7 (I'm told) and is presently connected to Norwich City footballer, Paul Dalglish, who's dad is Kenny the Celtic and Liverpool legend.
See January 2001 News for the final result.
Peter Cormack Junior
Peter Cormack senior (Nottingham Forest ) is in the news this month. Thank you to Jim Ross for informing me that he has a son also called Peter, playing for Stenhousemuir in the Scottish Second Division.
Owen Scores - & Breaks Fulham's Resistance.
Fulham are a team running away with Division One this season, so some were predicting that they stood a real chance to cause an upset in the Worthington Cup quarter final away to Liverpool. Things were looking good when the Premiership team were being held 0-0 after 90 minutes. Then substitute, Michael Owen - Terry's son (Bradford City) - finally broke the defence with his 105th minute opener. At that point the walls caved in for Fulham and Liverpool ended 3-0 victors. See the very excellent coverage of matches at the liverpoolfc.tv teamsheet 2000-2001 december Liverpool 3 - 0 Fulham
Currie Scores - 5th in as Many Games
Darren Currie - Tony's Nephew - scored his 5th goal since Tonny Cottee became the manager of his club, Barnet. Darren's 25th minute goal pulled the scores back to 1-1 in this Division Three away match to Cheltenham Town. Barnet lost 4-3 in a game where Cheltenham largely dominated the play. See netbees.co.uk - Story
Lampard Scores !- But Little to Celebrate.
Frank Lampard - Frank Senior's son - also got his side's opening goal in a match that his team ultimately lost. In fact his 72nd minute goal made the score 2-1, which proved to be the final score, as West Ham United were shock losers at home to the First Division team, Sheffield Wednesday in the Fouth Round of the Worthington Cup. See West Ham United FC -org The Official Web Site
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