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Grimsby fans around the world show off their Cod Almighty T-shirts. Good on yer!
Here we have the first image received of one of you in the new Super Clive shirt. It's Neil Wallace, colleague of our very own Simon Wilson. Well, I say Neil's one of you. He's not really. He doesn't read CA. He's not a Town fan and he's not even heard of Clive Mendonca either. He spotted the T-shirts on Si's desk and decided he wanted one because he liked it. How strange. Oh, and Neil, it's a 'pow-pow' guns thing rather than a thumbs up thing, but it's a good effort.
Looking like a frame from in-store security footage here we have a shot of Matt Winn modelling the new Ivano number. Being the first person to send us a photo of themselves wearing the new design he gets a big red number 1 next to his name in my spreadsheet.
Mat may have sent us the first external photo of one of our Ivano T-shirts, but if we include CA staff that honour goes to resident rubber-faced japester and Cod Almighty postman Miles Moss. He got me a treat on Monday morning by sending me the photo on the left showing me our new delivery. Luckily he got the photo on the right to me before I clicked on send on the seriously angry email to our printers.
Way over on the other side of the world we find Len Wicks. My father-in-law, after a small faux pas during his father-of-the-bride speech at my wedding, has been duly educated and now knows the reason for the sharp intake of breath from all the Grimbarian guests listening to him. But what's Harry doing in New Zealand?
Here we see Devon-based Rich Mills and the ska band he plays in - Too Hot. "These pics were taken while supporting the Buzzcocks at Torquay Town Hall in December," says Rich. "The other CA shirts have been out at other gigs but this one's been seen by the most. There were around 1,000 at this gig." Not a lot more I can add to that really. Nice one.
Next we have a sunny shot of James Booth in Kaikoura on New Zealand's south island. Does this guy do anything but holiday wearing Cod Almighty T-shirts? James, a tip for you: the whales are behind you.
Missionary work now, and here we find Dave the Engineer and Sibbo on a quest to spread the good word of GTFC to our less fortunate Premiership-supporting brethren. The sacrifices these guys make are tremendous, as this photograph finds them slumming it at the Millennium Stadium for the 2005 FA Cup final between Arsenal and WalMart Glazer McSoccer Redsox. "Man U have one thing in common with the mighty Mariners," says the Engineer. "They won fuck all as well."
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