Ridiculous sportspersons names


#121

Yep, the list of stupid golfer names just goes on and on.


#122

Garth Mcgimpsey :D:D


#123

Garth will always be the King of Irish matchplay golf, bestriding courses such as Royal Portrush, Rosses Point, Baltray and Lahinch like a colossus, and is of course a winning Walker Cup captain.

Do you think anybody will ever surpass his record of five North of Ireland championships, mickee? It’s my favourite of the various Irish regional matchplay championships and I was tremendously honoured to take part in it as a caddy back in 2001.


#124

Fred Funk and Rocco Mediate are my two favourite ridiculous golfer’s names.


#125

[QUOTE=“The Scouse Cafu, post: 995853, member: 2660”]Garth will always be the King of Irish matchplay golf, bestriding courses such as Royal Portrush, Rosses Point, Baltray and Lahinch like a colossus, and is of course a winning Walker Cup captain.

Do you think anybody will ever surpass his record of five North of Ireland championships, mickee? It’s my favourite of the various Irish regional matchplay championships and I was tremendously honoured to take part in it as a caddy back in 2001.[/QUOTE]

was he also embroiled in a drugs scandal and is a member of the RA?


#126

Garth is definitely in the RA (Royal and Ancient) but was cleared of any involvement in the drugs seizure at his house. He’s a mad party animal though and the tales of wild, sordid sex parties at his house are as legendary as his name would suggest.


#127

Ha ha ha

http://www.itftennis.com/procircuit/players/player/profile.aspx?playerid=100042185


#128

Bertram Allen - Irish Showjumper


#129

Green Bay safety Ha Ha Clinton Dix
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#130

[QUOTE=“Nick Rivers, post: 993073, member: 2763”]Trying to remember now, but didn’t Holland have two lads named Bollox and De Cock playing for them? About ten years ago I think.[/QUOTE]
Try 20 years ago.

Johan De Kock and Stan Valckx (pronounced “Vollocks” by George ‘Danger Here’ Hamilton)

I also remember the Dutch having a John De Wolf chap in their squad with very long hair. Centre half I think.


#131

[QUOTE=“Gary Birtles Lovechild, post: 1043063, member: 2585”]

I also remember the Dutch having a John De Wolf chap in their squad with very long hair. Centre half I think.[/QUOTE]
He played for Wolves, appropriately enough.


#132

[QUOTE=“Sidney, post: 1043080, member: 183”]He played for Wolves, appropriately enough.[/QUOTE]
He did indeed.


#133

About 15 years ago, Brighton had a guy called Kerry Mayo playing for them.


#134

[QUOTE=“Gary Birtles Lovechild, post: 1043669, member: 2585”]He did indeed.[/QUOTE]
I think he scored the winner in an FA Cup penalty shoot-out against Sheffield Wednesday in which Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Kevin Pressman nonchalantly took one of the best penalties I’ve ever seen. Then Chris Waddle hit one of the worst.


#135

[QUOTE=“Sidney, post: 1043673, member: 183”]I think he scored the winner in an FA Cup penalty shoot-out against Sheffield Wednesday in which Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Kevin Pressman nonchalantly took one of the best penalties I’ve ever seen. Then Chris Waddle hit one of the worst.[/QUOTE]
Yeah they had a bit of a cup run that year, Sky TV cameras were there that night for Wednesday game. Think David Kelly scored for Wolves.


#136

The AFL draft was on today. Geelong picked one of the top ranked players called Nakia Cockatoo. Thats some name, even for Australian standards.


#137

[B][SIZE=6]Stephen Arthurworrey

Yeovil defender[/SIZE][/B]


#138

Stephen Arthurworrey

Yeovil defender


#139

[QUOTE=“farmerinthecity, post: 1066284, member: 24”]Stephen Arthurworrey

Yeovil defender[/QUOTE]
Who’s Yeovil Defender? Cracking name.


#140

Luke Cowan Dickie

http://exeterchiefs.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/Cowan-Dickie.jpg