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Sad to hear this. Best of luck to him in whatever future he chooses.

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I thought he was starting to play some of his best football with some domineering aggression thrown in he had reached the age when all the expierence comes together, such a shame he has to retire.

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8 hours ago, Futtocks said:

Sad to hear this. Best of luck to him in whatever future he chooses.

He has already started building up a small chain of coffee shops come wine bars, he has one in Orrell, one in Pemberton and is opening one in Croston. They are all in old banks.

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10 minutes ago, Padge said:

He has already started building up a small chain of coffee shops come wine bars, he has one in Orrell, one in Pemberton and is opening one in Croston. They are all in old banks.

Ooh, a business deathmatch with John Wilkin, eh?

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5 minutes ago, Futtocks said:

Ooh, a business deathmatch with John Wilkin, eh?

The one Moose has in Orrell has been open a few years, his Pemberton venture got caught up in lockdown but opened at the end of the last lockdown. His Croston venture I think may have been given the boot by Chorley planning department.

Wilkin probably saw what Moose had done in Orrell and nicked the idea. 😄

 

 

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10 minutes ago, Padge said:

The one Moose has in Orrell has been open a few years (2016), his Pemberton venture got caught up in lockdown but opened at the end of the last lockdown. His Croston venture I think may have been given the boot by Chorley planning department.

Wilkin probably saw what Moose had done in Orrell and nicked the idea. 😄

 

 

 

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