Our most famous 'supporter'..

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#1
..is apparently Seth Rogen

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/0/football-clubs-famous-celebrity-fan/seth-rogen0/

I suspect this puff-piece is a few years behind whenever the original 'study' was carried out, as NSC have put a pic of Jayne Middlemiss on their board (I didn't know who she was either)

http://www.northstandchat.com/showthread.php?290779-AFC-Bournemouths-most-famous-supporter
 
#2
This was all down to SoccerAM when a non British "celebrity" didn't support a British club. They would pick a team out of a hat and Seth picked us. That was at least 6-7 years ago!
 

cockbeard

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#6
Hahahaha, I hit that link and saw Eddie, he said Poole last year though (think it was more in reference to schools/town than football)

https://twitter.com/EddieArgos/status/782904715524902912
 
#9
Ken Baileys Ghost - 28/3/2017 12:19

Still by a million miles, Ken Baily.


Sad really.

Every other club seems to have a whole host of proper famous people supporting them.
So, being a relative whippersnapper and not knowing who Ken Baily was, does that mean you've mis-spelled your own username?
 

beds cherry

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#10
Alex James said he was a supporter on Soccer AM - also Jamie Redknapp. Remember him going 'come on Bournemouth!' slightly off air when Sky were announcing their next live game.

Adam Lallana's dad. Adam said in the Evening standard last night now he used to take him in the Defoe season
 

cockbeard

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<p>
simonhpieman - 28/3/2017 12:40<br /><br />
Ken Baileys Ghost - 28/3/2017 12:19<br /><br />Still by a million miles, Ken Baily.<br /><br /><br />Sad really.<br /><br />Every other club seems to have a whole host of proper famous people supporting them.
<br /><br />So, being a relative whippersnapper and not knowing who Ken Baily was, does that mean you've mis-spelled your own username?
<br /><br />I imagine the misspelling was on purpose, you really didn't want to be haunted by the real Ken Baily, though he does have his own subutteo guy</p><p>&nbsp;<img src="http://www.subbuteo365.com/images/c000_accessories/c114a.jpg" width="212" height="150" border="0" />&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>I suppose in recent years for column inches gained, our most famous supporter would likely be Gordon. I had guys up in the Midlands who'd never paid any attention to my club before asking if I knew him</p>
 
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beds cherry - 28/3/2017 12:43
...Adam Lallana's dad. Adam said in the Evening standard last night now he used to take him in the Defoe season
That must have made the last England squad gathering a little surreal for Lallana.

If he watched Defoe from the terraces and then seven years later he's playing next to him on the pitch... every schoolboy footballer's dream that!


 

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#17
beds cherry - 28/3/2017 12:43

Alex James said he was a supporter on Soccer AM - also Jamie Redknapp. Remember him going 'come on Bournemouth!' slightly off air when Sky were announcing their next live game.

Adam Lallana's dad. Adam said in the Evening standard last night now he used to take him in the Defoe season
Adam's dad, Dave, was one of the age group managers in the days of the old Junior Cherries FC family club when JC's were run by Shirley Del Sette. Adam probably played in his team as well as Littledown Juniors.
 
#19
Old Lawrie who used to post on the old red n black site as "Flying Leaper" (aaaaaaahhhhhhhhh) is pretty famous in the States,he had his own TV show,and he has popped up on Storage Wars and American Pickers I think.