A Colonel of the Grenadier Guards signs The Ball
Would these people have become great footballers if they hadn’t sadly died in the first world war?
Written by Christian Wach on Tuesday, June 6th, 2006
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what a pointless waste of young Gibbons
There’s always a few of them on every war memorial
that’a bit f*****g depressing
irv, I couldn’t agree more — but read (and watch) subsequent posts for lighter notes all round. Ypres was a difficult place to be; steeped as it is in a history that most of us would probably rather forget but which I believe we are duty-bound to remember.
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The Ball 2010 left England on 24th Jan 2010 headed to the Opening Ceremony in Johannesburg, South Africa.
The Ball 2006 travelled from London to the Opening Ceremony in Munich, Germany.
The Ball 2002 was carried 7000 miles across Europe and Asia to the World Cup finals in Korea & Japan.
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