I’d be good at getting the kit clean as I have enough practise at home with these things.
Sorry, but I don’t think you are a ‘veteran’ so wouldn’t fit in down at the Bescot.
Does it require some older idiot to pick the kit up, take it home and wash/dry and iron it ready for the next game for nothing?
Yes that why Tom lasted so long!
Fixed that for ya
Unfortunately I would definitely be classed as a veteran.
I’ve got previous kit washing experience as I used to wash the kit of wolves schools. I’ve also put a few kit bibs in the school washing machine. I wonder how many bags of scratching you get.
I will admit, when it comes to putting the bloody washer on, i HAVE to rely on San, it is like trying to launch a spaceship
BUT i do take it out and hang it on the line(admittedly wrongly)
But it is still dry when she gets home
There is a definite way to hang the washing on the line, I often complain how my clothes are pegged out.
I usually hang it out, then she comes along and rehangs it
“Put it away, please” …
Having to make the bed is my nightmare, no matter what or how I do it, it’s just never quite right.
And Cats I’m sure you are deffo not a veteran… Myself, Andy Williams & Clarke are ‘real’ veterans.
There was a time, when I was working, that I didn’t actually know which one was the washer and which one was the dryer. Just two things behind doors that did magic.
That’s gratitude for ya
The wife has shown me the magic workings of the Washing machine but it just goes straight over my head just like ‘The Theory of Management’ subject in my finals!
Ahhh well to get round that, we have 2 washer dryers and you are thinking, why have 2? and that would be that when i bought them, they were off the back of a lorry and it seemed rude not to
Must be over 65!!
This signing could be the grime changer we have been waiting for! I’ll get my coat!!
I don’t like the shoulders pegged.
Half the team will be pegging out at this rate!