Sacre Coeur Former Pupils Football Club
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personal information
full name ian st john james stephen dee
date of birth 08/05/1968
place of birth 44 brooke rd
married yes
children 3
pets cat
car golf
occupation gardener / taxi driver
describe yourself
in 5 words
unstopable, relentless, winner, loyal, fat


football career and allegiances
team(s) played for a lot, anyone who would of had me, including, couer's 7 teams, pub teams, etc.
honours league and cups winner, with a few teams, and top goalscorer, but the best award of them all clubman of the year for couer.
describe yourself as a player has been, will never give up the game i love.
position centrefireworks
shirt number 9
boots nike 90s
changing room nickname deano, flickey, fatty, you name it.
debut can't remember in the late 80s
all time favourite sacre coeur player(s) fletch, rocky, john guy, degsey, mick roach, mike kennedy, ste weeks, growney, jim and mike meehen, j dewsbury, flanny to name a few.
favourite sacre coeur memories winning the league 6 games to go with dave kennedy and clubman of the year which i didnt expect.
worst sacre coeur memories
missing a pen that would of won us the vets league.
Likes and Dislikes
team(s) supported
liverpool, marine, couer
favourite professional player
van basten
childhood hero
rush, lineker
favourite musical artist
favourite album
watch a track on youtube
last album you bought/downloaded
watch a track on youtube
favourite movie
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last movie you bought/downloaded
one flew over the cuckoo's nest
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favourite actor/actress
nicholas cage
favourite tv show (recent)
favourite tv show (all time)
favourite holiday destination
favourite food
the lot
favourite drink
again the lot
other likes/dislikes Likes my wife and children, sport, and life itself.
Dislikes doom and gloom, negativity.
5 guests for dinner
Brian Clough Kelly Brook Adolf Hitler Jesus of Nazereth Peter Kay
pet hates People who cant take defeat with dignity.
pearl of wisdom
Never ever stop what you love doing.
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