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About Spireite1997

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  1. Thanks for that, I'll get in touch and see if they are interested. Appreciated.
  2. Sounds like a good story for book number 2! Ok if I add it to the list? The book is now out in print if anybody is interested. You can see it on the below link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Away-End-Dean-Mansell/dp/1477654267/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1341666633&sr=8-1 Hoping to get it in your club shop as well. Thanks for all the replies.
  3. Love the story mate, can I add it to the website and the list for book number 2? Hoping the paperback version will be available today, fingers crossed!
  4. A quick post to let you know the book featuring stories from members of this forum is out now. It is called 'The Away End' and is out as a Kindle version. You can find it at: http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Away-End-ebook/dp/B0088RJDFK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1339157128&sr=8-1 Thanks to all who contributed. Please feel free to send anymore to the website as I am already putting together book number 2. Cheers
  5. This is the version on the website: One year at Derby I as just a kid really, 14 I think I was, was the game we lost 4-1 with three sent off. Derby had a firm called the Derby Lunatic Fringe, and as all the coaches were pulling away they started showing up looking for stragglers or so it seemed. Anyway we took a wrong turning on our minibus, and all of a sudden about 30 of them clocked us on this road on this industrial estate, near the royal mail building for people who know Derby, and we're stuck at some lights, and they start running towards our minibus, I was crapping it being the age I was, although plenty of them on the minibus would fight anyone. Anyway the lights changed just as they got 20 feet from our bus, thank god, but 100 yards away there was another set of lights most of the Derby stopped chasing us apart from this one fat lad. He could narf run for a fat lad he kept running, so someone shouted at the minibus driver to stop, this fat lad "come on then you geordie ***** you aint goin nowhere!", one of the lads big hard bloke with a reputation, jumps off the bus shouts at him "we are goin somewhere and you're coming too", he ran at him, hit him once and dragged him on the minibus! Locked the door, and didn't let him off till we got to the Talk of The Tyne in Gateshead. Was a bit harsh but the bloke deserved it big time. Very funny.
  6. Thanks a million for that Ant.
  7. Cheers Stevie, much appreciated! Unfortunately the swearing had to be 'toned down' a bit for the site, the worlds gone mad! Cheers as well Dr Gloom.
  8. Hi, A couple of years ago I posted a topic asking for funny football stories for my website (awayend). I had some great responses and stories sent in that went on the site, I am now in the process of putting a book together of all the best stories that have been sent in. I had stories from the forum members listed below, who unfortunately I have lost contact details for. If you are one of them, could you please get in touch via this forum or the website (not added address as not sure it is allowed, but search for awayend and you will find it!) and let me know if you are happy for your story to go in the book? Kevin Carr's Stevie Brazilian Bob Jamie Gordon Thanks a lot and congratulations on a great season. My teams Chesterfield and we were relegated -rubbish!