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Matt Crawford (Fat Kid)
12 January 2018 15:44 Post ID: #768075
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12 January 2018 15:51 Post ID: #768078 - in reply to #768075
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Oh my God!

Surely he needs help?
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12 January 2018 15:53 Post ID: #768079 - in reply to #768078
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Impalex - 12/1/2018 15:51

Oh my God!

Surely he needs help?


He has had that plenty of times. He can't help himself. Never could.
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12 January 2018 16:02 Post ID: #768084 - in reply to #768079
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Impster - 12/1/2018 15:53

Impalex - 12/1/2018 15:51

Oh my God!

Surely he needs help?


He has had that plenty of times. He can't help himself. Never could.


True.
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12 January 2018 16:08 Post ID: #768085 - in reply to #768075
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I fail to see what this has got to do with football,was he a Mansfield fan
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12 January 2018 16:11 Post ID: #768086 - in reply to #768085
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P'boro imp - 12/1/2018 16:08

I fail to see what this has got to do with football,was he a Mansfield fan


More recently but I am sure you are aware he was a (well known) Lincoln fan until he was unable to get to games.
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12 January 2018 16:16 Post ID: #768087 - in reply to #768075
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I remember once, at Cambridge, how he mistreated his dad for refusing to give him more money. It was pretty appalling especially as his dad was a lot smaller than he was even then.

Another time, at Northampton's Sixfields Stadium, they were giving away free packets of crisps; he somehow ended up with a whole box and scoffed the lot while watching the game.
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12 January 2018 16:18 Post ID: #768088 - in reply to #768087
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Impalex - 12/1/2018 16:16

I remember once, at Cambridge, how he mistreated his dad for refusing to give him more money. It was pretty appalling especially as his dad was a lot smaller than he was even then.

Another time, at Northampton's Sixfields Stadium, they were giving away free packets of crisps; he somehow ended up with a whole box and scoffed the lot while watching the game.


Yeah he always had a nasty little streak to him.

Whole 24 box? That's just breakfast!
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12 January 2018 16:23 Post ID: #768090 - in reply to #768075
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Believe it or not, he was once a kids football referee in the Newark league. He could hardly walk fast, never mind run. Think he was a lightweight then, at around 18 stone.

Never seen him and Steve Evens in the same room though
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12 January 2018 16:33 Post ID: #768093 - in reply to #768087
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Impalex - 12/1/2018 16:16

I remember once, at Cambridge, how he mistreated his dad for refusing to give him more money. It was pretty appalling especially as his dad was a lot smaller than he was even then.

Another time, at Northampton's Sixfields Stadium, they were giving away free packets of crisps; he somehow ended up with a whole box and scoffed the lot while watching the game.


He treated his Dad appallingly, he did rely on him though and after Michael died Matt piled on the pounds and was constantly in trouble with the law. He would travel up and down the country by train to various sporting events until he got so big he could no longer get about. He was given help but always managed to alienate those who tried to assist him. At 55 stone and housebound he surely can't have long left. All very tragic.
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12 January 2018 18:11 Post ID: #768121 - in reply to #768093
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Impartiality - 12/1/2018 16:33

Impalex - 12/1/2018 16:16

I remember once, at Cambridge, how he mistreated his dad for refusing to give him more money. It was pretty appalling especially as his dad was a lot smaller than he was even then.

Another time, at Northampton's Sixfields Stadium, they were giving away free packets of crisps; he somehow ended up with a whole box and scoffed the lot while watching the game.


He treated his Dad appallingly, he did rely on him though and after Michael died Matt piled on the pounds and was constantly in trouble with the law. He would travel up and down the country by train to various sporting events until he got so big he could no longer get about. He was given help but always managed to alienate those who tried to assist him. At 55 stone and housebound he surely can't have long left. All very tragic.


Sad, but probably true. I thought I was big, but he's nearly three times my weight and mine's going down.
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12 January 2018 19:10 Post ID: #768149 - in reply to #768121
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i bumped into Matt outside my house here in Mansfield a few years ago. We only had a brief chat and I got the impression he had drifted away from following football and was now into rugby and followed one of the Hull teams.
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12 January 2018 19:46 Post ID: #768168 - in reply to #768121
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Impalex - 12/1/2018 18:11

Impartiality - 12/1/2018 16:33

Impalex - 12/1/2018 16:16

I remember once, at Cambridge, how he mistreated his dad for refusing to give him more money. It was pretty appalling especially as his dad was a lot smaller than he was even then.

Another time, at Northampton's Sixfields Stadium, they were giving away free packets of crisps; he somehow ended up with a whole box and scoffed the lot while watching the game.


He treated his Dad appallingly, he did rely on him though and after Michael died Matt piled on the pounds and was constantly in trouble with the law. He would travel up and down the country by train to various sporting events until he got so big he could no longer get about. He was given help but always managed to alienate those who tried to assist him. At 55 stone and housebound he surely can't have long left. All very tragic.


Sad, but probably true. I thought I was big, but he's nearly three times my weight and mine's going down.


Mocking the afflicted is rather poor form .
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12 January 2018 21:39 Post ID: #768208 - in reply to #768168
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oldgaurd - 12/1/2018 19:46

Impalex - 12/1/2018 18:11

Impartiality - 12/1/2018 16:33

Impalex - 12/1/2018 16:16

I remember once, at Cambridge, how he mistreated his dad for refusing to give him more money. It was pretty appalling especially as his dad was a lot smaller than he was even then.

Another time, at Northampton's Sixfields Stadium, they were giving away free packets of crisps; he somehow ended up with a whole box and scoffed the lot while watching the game.


He treated his Dad appallingly, he did rely on him though and after Michael died Matt piled on the pounds and was constantly in trouble with the law. He would travel up and down the country by train to various sporting events until he got so big he could no longer get about. He was given help but always managed to alienate those who tried to assist him. At 55 stone and housebound he surely can't have long left. All very tragic.


Sad, but probably true. I thought I was big, but he's nearly three times my weight and mine's going down.


Mocking the afflicted is rather poor form .


Yeah I agree about mocking the obese.
Don't you think they have enough on their plate.
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12 January 2018 21:43 Post ID: #768209 - in reply to #768168
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oldgaurd - 12/1/2018 19:46

Impalex - 12/1/2018 18:11

Impartiality - 12/1/2018 16:33

Impalex - 12/1/2018 16:16

I remember once, at Cambridge, how he mistreated his dad for refusing to give him more money. It was pretty appalling especially as his dad was a lot smaller than he was even then.

Another time, at Northampton's Sixfields Stadium, they were giving away free packets of crisps; he somehow ended up with a whole box and scoffed the lot while watching the game.


He treated his Dad appallingly, he did rely on him though and after Michael died Matt piled on the pounds and was constantly in trouble with the law. He would travel up and down the country by train to various sporting events until he got so big he could no longer get about. He was given help but always managed to alienate those who tried to assist him. At 55 stone and housebound he surely can't have long left. All very tragic.


Sad, but probably true. I thought I was big, but he's nearly three times my weight and mine's going down.


Mocking the afflicted is rather poor form .


Indeed, but not as poor form as hitting nurses!
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12 January 2018 22:16 Post ID: #768216 - in reply to #768208
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clanfordimp - 12/1/2018 21:39

oldgaurd - 12/1/2018 19:46

Impalex - 12/1/2018 18:11

Impartiality - 12/1/2018 16:33

Impalex - 12/1/2018 16:16

I remember once, at Cambridge, how he mistreated his dad for refusing to give him more money. It was pretty appalling especially as his dad was a lot smaller than he was even then.

Another time, at Northampton's Sixfields Stadium, they were giving away free packets of crisps; he somehow ended up with a whole box and scoffed the lot while watching the game.


He treated his Dad appallingly, he did rely on him though and after Michael died Matt piled on the pounds and was constantly in trouble with the law. He would travel up and down the country by train to various sporting events until he got so big he could no longer get about. He was given help but always managed to alienate those who tried to assist him. At 55 stone and housebound he surely can't have long left. All very tragic.


Sad, but probably true. I thought I was big, but he's nearly three times my weight and mine's going down.


Mocking the afflicted is rather poor form .


Yeah I agree about mocking the obese.
Don't you think they have enough on their plate.


Got any more ?
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12 January 2018 22:19 Post ID: #768217 - in reply to #768216
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oldgaurd - 12/1/2018 22:16

Got any more ?


Moooooore??!!
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