Who you might see at the Posh Christ­mas party

THE Posh play­ers are head­ing for New­cas­tle for their Christ­mas party af­ter to­day’s game. They will be spend­ing to­mor­row in fancy dress. @ Swan­ny­posh twit­ter fol­low­ers were asked to pro­vide some cos­tume sug­ges­tions.

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“The play­ers could all wear ro­man to­gas. They can then claim to have been close to a clean sheet.”

@Mcrunter “Nicky Ajose can go as Fer­nando Tor­res as they have a lot in com­mon.”

@Andyswann92 “The en­tire squad could go as Cam­bridge play­ers, or clowns as it’s pretty much the same thing.”

@gin­gerelvis “My daugh­ter says Paultay­lor should go as Dash from the In­vin- ci­bles and Ge­orge Boyd should be Zorro be­cause of his swash­buck­ling skills.”

@leigh­jab­jarvis “Tommy Rowe should go wear­ing Harry Pot­ter’s cloak of in­vis­i­bil­ity. “Freck­ling­ton has to be a crab as they move side­ways all the time as well and Ge­orge Boyd should go as a panto horse. He’s a one-trick pony.” “Lee­tom­lin as Shrek,”


@cel­i­ca­dave “Gaby Zakuani should go as a wall.” “Gaby Zakuani as a tank.”


@en­zobi “Joe Lewis can go as Drac­ula. He was scared of crosses as well.”

@Su­per­posh7 “Dave Hib­bert can be a doc­tor, Grant Mc­cann is ob­vi­ously a ma­gi­cian, Mark Lit­tle should go as a lift as he’s up and down all game, Joe Lewis of­ten comes for a cross like Su­per­man, Lee­tom­lin can be a po­lice­man and Gaby Zakuani can go as a jester.”

@Andyswann92 “Joe Lewis can be a dummy in a shop win­dow and Grant Mc­cann is now per­fect for Jake the Pegg.”

@Paulstain­ton “Gaby Zakuani should go as a snooker ta­ble. He needs more pock­ets to keep all these Cham­pi­onships strik­ers in.”

@bobafett26 “Ge­orge Boyd should dress up in a santa hat . . . just a santa hat.”

@poshkathryn “Maybe they should all dress up in Hud­der­s­field kit just to hon­our the long­est not un­beaten run in his­tory,”

@Hairy153 “Gaby Zakuani can be where’s Wally in a Stoke shirt.”


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