Paul washer on dating
It was a brilliant diving save – I turned the ball around the post.“It was a damned good save, if I do say so myself.“Obviously it was a penalty but unlike nowadays, you didn’t get sent off then.“Fortunately for us our goalkeeper John Tyrer saved the penalty and we went on to win 2-0.”As he began to wind down in terms of playing, John moved into management and went on to coach the first team as well as some of the club’s junior sides.Officially he hung up his boots in his late 30s, but his final game came at the age of 57 when he turned out for Corinthians against Preston Grammar School Old Boys at London Road.Talk turns to Elena’s past relationship and cameras switch to the Rose room where most houseguest are sleeping.Jessica appears to getting up and looking for something. Cameras are back on the HOH crew (still casual talk).One of his happiest times in management came when coached Tarleton Under-18s, with wife Betty alongside him as his right-hand woman.“I used to be there every Sunday morning helping John run the team,” Betty said.“I would collect the money, collect the fines – there were a few of them because a lot of them were Skem lads, so they were a bit feisty.“I wouldn’t say I got involved in the tactics or picking the team, but I would tell them whether I thought they had played well or not after the final whistle.” John – who worked as a lorry driver for the family business Lund and Parkinson, added: “There were two great years,” said John.“We won the Youth Cup in the Preston and District League.“We got to the final of the LFA Youth Cup – some of the lads even went on to scholarships in the United States.”Over the last 20 years or so, the couple have become figureheads within the club, helping to move it into the modern age.Currently the chairwoman, Betty has undertaken a wide variety of roles in the background from tea lady, kit washer, stand-in physio and even acted as her husband’s unofficial assistant manager.The pair’s long service has both been recognised by the Lancashire Football Association in the past.
The club’s base also benefits from a superb changing facility, a project driven by John and Betty along with fellow committee member Ian Tomlinson.
The present-day set-up is all a far cry from the days when John first pulled on a pair of boots for the club as a teenager in the 1950s.“The club was originally at Nook Field, which is where Tarleton Bowling Club is now.” John said.“I used to live in Black Gate Lane in the village.“Myself and all my friends, we used ride our bikes and play football behind the goals.“It got to the stage that when the club was short of players, they would shout over to us, ‘Is one of you getting your boots on?
’“I remember my first game, I got stood out on the left wing.“I’d only have been 13, but if anybody tried to intimidate you, there would be eruptions . You would always have your boots on.“Down on Black Gate Lane, there were two brothers called David and Peter Sandwell.“Their dad had an old Austin 7 with cabbage rails which he used to put a sheet over and we all used to pile in the back of that and go playing around Southport.“We formed a team and basically became the Corinthians second team.”“We wore blue shirts, the first team wore red.”John admits his footballing skills were modest and he spent the vast majority of his playing career as the left-back in the second team, going on to skipper the side.“Probably the highlight of my career was winning the Reserve Team Cup,” John said.“We beat Southport Amateurs at Banks, but to be honest, during the game we were hammered, but Bob Ball scored two goals from breakaways “I’ll always remember I did a deliberate handball on the line.
She says she hasn’t seen him around lately when she was out of the BB house. AM BBT Matt goes to the bathroom as well and seems to check on her. Alex whispers to Paul about how Jessica is sitting on the bathroom couch.
Still more casual talk about girls and the amount of make-up they wear but no game talk. She says she can’t sleep so instead of tossing and turning she came to the bathroom to lounge. Alex also gets up to go to the bathroom but her and Jessica don’t acknowledge each other. Cameras follow Matt and Alex as they head back to bed whispering about something. Paul leaves and Christmas is now in the Green room.
They continue talking about life outside when they get out of the BB house.