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Thread: Lou Macari.

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    Lou Macari.

    Never a fan of his as a manager, but he's a diamond when it comes to the important things in life.

    https://twitter.com/i/status/1361759755870625794

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    Re: Lou Macari.

    I was expecting an RIP then, that's a relief

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    Re: Lou Macari.

    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    Never a fan of his as a manager, but he's a diamond when it comes to the important things in life.

    https://twitter.com/i/status/1361759755870625794
    Fair play to him. That is fantastic.

    Thanks for posting this 👍

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    Re: Lou Macari.

    What a brilliant thing to do.

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    Re: Lou Macari.

    Well done to him and what a great idea

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    Re: Lou Macari.

    start on a negative... kudos to the man

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    That is brilliant!!!

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    If anyone hasnt seen it there's a film titled 'Marvellous' involving Lou Macari which is worth a watch in this doom laden world.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Marvellous/dp/B013D3WZLM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordi Culé View Post
    If anyone hasnt seen it there's a film titled 'Marvellous' involving Lou Macari which is worth a watch in this doom laden world.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Marvellous/dp/B013D3WZLM
    Apparently, when he was manager of Swindon, he'd run the bollocks off his players, they wouldn't see a ball for a week, and that was during the season as well I remember being a kid, doing kit duty and Leigh Barnard whinging about the state of his boots, which i was supposed to keep clean. Len Ashurst was listening, and said to Barnard, in top scouse accent "Shut your whinging, ya little ****, or i'll send you back to Macari'

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    Re: Lou Macari.

    Thank you for sharing this story. I was friends with one of his sons growing up and remember being welcomed in to their house. Also we played headers and volleys with Lou at the local park, what a leap that guy had! My memory of him was as a warm and friendly guy, I was very much in awe of him as a famous footballer of course. Wonderful to see the work he’s been doing helping others less fortunate.

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