cast and credits

Samuel Cain was born in February 1984 in Dordrecht, a small island town some fifteen kilometres from Rotterdam. Born to English parents that were living temporarily in the Netherlands due to his father’s work, the family relocated back to England almost two years after Samuel’s birth. Although the Lincolnshire terrain (or lack thereof) reminded him of his homeland in 2004 Samuel relocated to Leeds, where he continues to be baffled by any incline of a gradient greater than 5%.

Although the McHugh family originates from Caisleán an Bharraigh, Contae Mhaigh Eo (Éire) Rob McHugh was torn between his Irish father and Dutch mother when the two countries met in Orlando during USA ’94. Despite the presence of his beloved Jason McAteer of Bolton Wanderers in the Irish squad, Rob instead opted to follow the Oranje half of his blood, due to memories of glorious summer holidays spent at the Prinsengracht house of his grandmother, a former curator at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.

Geboren in Arnhem in dubieuze omstandigheden, Richard Barrelle verhuisde naar Engeland met zijn familie op jonge leeftijd, waar hij opgroeide tot een hoogte die niemand had kunnen voorzien. Vandaag de dag dat hij weigert zich te verlagen tot Engels spreken en zo zijn bijdrage op dit blog zal enigszins worden beperkt. Als hij dat doet iedere door het schrijven, zal zeer weinigen van jullie begrijpen.


All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.


One Comment on “cast and credits”

  1. Jonathan Sanders says:

    Leuke teksten! Het Nederlands kan nog beter! not bad you guys..

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