London Saints gallery
London Saints gallery – send your matchday pix to Waterloo Sunset the best image of the month wins a London Saints car sticker (the worst gets 2)!style=”width:400px”>
DT reaches 50 with a cake that was probably the first in the design of the new kit – what a trerndsetter!style=”width:400px”>
These fine body of men took on all that Yeovil Ales could throw at them prior to the match at Huish Park. Chairman Mick, Waterloo Sunset’s own Eric Shadick, Rob Whatley (who knows about these things), Steves Fricker and Jarvis, Pete Simpson, John Smith, Tom Bogie and Keith Richardson make up the happy bunch!style=”width:400px”>
The extremely dapper Mick Stanley at Yeovil (as featured on the Saints online gallery)!style=”width:400px”>
James Trevis and Papa prepare for Brentford!style=”width:400px”>
Reggie’s one man protest against real ale plumbs new depths!style=”width:400px”>
London Saints do Last of the Summer wine!
Messrs Thomas, Keenan, Arundale & Henson take a rural exit from The Keepmoat – note the ambulances at the bottom of the hill waiting in anticipation.
Reggie doubles up as a cab driver at Doncaster.style=”width:400px”>
“I do this for a living”
The LSSC 30th anniversary lunch proved too much for some as Quinny gives his jaw (and everyone else’s ears) a rest at the Bristol City game – yes that was the one where we played well.
Several members braved the elements for the weekend at Blackpool – the match and the weather looked a doddle compared to the bars and the locals the previous evening.
You will enjoy Scunthorpe!
Steve Keenan attempts to persuade his Godson, Oliver, that watching Saints at Scunthorpe will provide some ‘moral fibre’.
However, Oliver preferred to stay on the train with his parents, John and Lulu Griffiths, in order to attend a gay wedding in Newcastle!
Reggie (you make me feel like dancin’) Betts steps out on a recent golf trip to Portugal. Hope he took the label off the new trousers. Note the dodgy Saints tattoo, pristine Saints shirt and travel hair dryer! And it’s back to ‘Photography for Beginners’ for The Rat!style=”width:400px”>
It’s the Salisbury crowd again! Seen having a good time after the Southend game – from left, Annie Smalldon, her daughter Dannii with Graeme “Chalkie” White lead guitarist with the Zucchini’s, the band that sent us off to the play-offs…style=”width:400px”>
Here’s four blokes keeping their stomachs in – also known as the Salisbury Boys, legendary supporters and members of London Saints – Yasser, Ivor and Terry, with Rat in front.