We looked inside some of the tweets by @MartinBury and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
🇾🇪 Stuart " Pancho " Pearson - Topical Times 1977 🇾🇪 https://t.co/cZhmCCeYA5
@paulenglish1961 Agreed,but to survive Munich, and then play again for more than 10 years which culminated in winning the European Cuo was an amazing achievement ,what a guy
⚠️⚠️⚠️ MUST WATCH ⚠️⚠️⚠️ This man is absolutely nailed on with this. Some really powerful points in this. Part One. https://t.co/VSHZNT7p4Z
How One Edition Of Top Of The Pops Killed The '80s: "The likes of Sean Ryder and Ian Brown looked like they’d spent a lifetime stealing dinner money and, worse still, your girlfriend. Armed with a fistful of E’s they’d take her dancing with their mates." https://t.co/BjzbPAdUH4
USA '94. https://t.co/sqq77gXhve
50th anniversary of a little remembered air crash today. Plane from Barcelona to Manchester. 112 dead. Buried in a mass grave outside Barcelona. Mostly British. A remembrance service held in Barcelona this week. https://t.co/BGcpRFlZN0
@CastleRavenloft From good mining stock, St Helens. Brave but very modest.
Harpurheys Finest. 🐝 That's my LB. 💥🇾🇪 https://t.co/KSdmqyvNhH
@nigeljc67 That photo was taken when Whites still controlled Rhodesia. Back then, Rhodesia was an amazingly clean, well organized, and prosperous country. It had already earned the nickname: "the Breadbasket of Africa". And then along came Jew-Soviet / South African ANC trained Marxists.
Spotted by legendary scout Bob Bishop, signing amateur forms on his 15th birthday, turning pro on his 17th. A goalscoring debut at City and again on his home debut vs Spurs and a virtual ever-present in the side from the mid-70's-early 80's. 419 games, 71 goals, Sammy McIlroy... https://t.co/sS7ZhPQMgz