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Thread: Tom Webb Retires

  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Joe View Post
    Got a bit emotional watching that goals video. Forgot that season where Tom started scoring left footed raspers at Whaddon.

    Webby broke into the first team the same year I started following City. It's odd to watch a City team without him. I was hoping he'd return, but understandably that isn't going to happen.

    2 things I'd like to say going forward:
    1. I'm all for a fresh start with some new blood at the helm, but please keep Tom in the coaching set-up somewhere. His experience, enthusiasm, and passion is needed.
    2. First game back in Gloucester should be Tom's testimonial.

    Thank you Tom.
    From what I understand he is going to be part of the coaching set-up so any new manager will have to agree to that and hard to see why one wouldn't.

  2. #22
    And if they don't they can do one!
    Pitying people who need to drink alcohol to have a good time since 4th June 2017.

  3. #23
    I know it’s been said many times but thank you Tom for your commitment- effort and loyalty.

    Maybe the image on the Ricco flag could be changed !

  4. #24
    Cannot really add any more with my basic vocabulary etc

    Thank you Mr City

    All the best for the future wherever that takes you

  5. #25
    Chosen Hill School has announced that there is no truth in a rumour that Mr Webb has given up teaching and retired to Hereford

  6. #26
    Thank you for the memories Tom, that goal against Stourbridge was crucial in my eyes as it got the promotion year back on track. Also the one at Stortford made a 6 hour round journey worth it to see Tom break his duck at this level (even though we lost......)

  7. #27
    I saw that goal at Stourbridge. Excellent technique from Tom. Important away point and a ground at where Daveangel literally almost pissed himself, so lots of memorable moments

  8. #28
    Can you please re-title this thread as clearly Tom has not retired.
    He is still contributing but just in a different way.

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by Shandy. View Post
    I saw that goal at Stourbridge. Excellent technique from Tom. Important away point and a ground at where Daveangel literally almost pissed himself, so lots of memorable moments
    Possibly the longest 15 minutes of my life.
    Pitying people who need to drink alcohol to have a good time since 4th June 2017.

  10. #30
    My longest 15 minutes was back in 1993 when I took a pregnancy test and was waiting for the piss stained paper to turn the colour I wanted it to. I then realised that as a bloke I couldn't get pregnant, and I had just wasted both my money and time. And not for the first time. When I was 15 I thought my periods had begun at last, so started sticking tampons up my jacksie, until I realised it was just hemmoroids.

    You live and learn

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