My mother's womb.
- Physical appearance
Looks a bit like Paul Ferris in issue 001 of
G'EB!'s Player Profile (more like Pam Ferris in
'Darling Buds of May'. Ed.).
- Earliest childhood memory
The doctor snipping my umbilical cord.
- Earliest memory of Barrow AFC
Letting in seven goals against Enfield.
- Best memory of Barrow AFC
Kenny Lowe's goal against Colne Dynamoes in the
second leg of the 1990 FA Trophy semi-final.
- Worst memory of Barrow AFC
John Brady's famous 99th minute penalty miss against
Yeovil in 1992.
- Favourite players, past and present
Colin Cowperthwaite, Ken Gordon, Dave Higgins.
- Favourite manager
- Worst player
- Worst manager
- Favourite television programme
- Favourite Tellytubby
- Favourite food
- Favourite Spice Girl
- Favourite record
Cowps' fastest goal in history (3.55 seconds).
- Favourite colour
Blue and white (or whatever colours Barrow are playing
- Favourite building
The Ray Wilkie stand.
- How many of Barrow's games do you see in a
The most so far in one season is 44 (1993-94).
- Why do you support Barrow AFC?
Because they're the best. I mean, it would look a bit
silly if I supported Holker Old Boys wouldn't it!?
- Do you support any other football team?
C'mon now, be serious.
- Oh c'mon, there must be one team you support apart
Alright then, here goes: Barrow Reserves, Barrow 'A',
Barrow U-18, Barrow U-16, Barrow U-14, Barrow U-12,
- Okay, but who would you support if Barrow AFC
ceased to exist?
Presumably I'd support the new Barrow side which would
begin in the North West Counties League Division Two.
- When did you start contributing to
Issue 007 (September 1991).
- What is the worst thing about being a G'EB!
A domineering mad Welshman who is always pestering me to
write more articles.
- What has been your most horrendous journey to a
Bay, January 1996
- What are your predictions for the future?
Barrow to beat Manchester United at Old Trafford in the
Third Round of the FA Cup in December 2000, and become FA
Premiership Champions and FA Cup winners by 2005, and
European Cup winners by 2006.
- How many questions have you answered
Um, about three or four.
Issue 037 - November 1998