20 Facts About Robin Hood

1. Robin Hood made their intentions known as early as the first minute when Tomiko Goater had a shot from the edge of the box go just wide of the post.

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2. Robin Hood moved a step closer to earning a second successive FA Cup title as they ran away with a convincing victory over PHC Zebras at Goose Gosling Field last night.

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3. Robin Hood moved three points clear at the top of the Premier Division standings as a result, while the Bluebirds further secured their spot at mid-table of the First Division.

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4. Robin Hood is an imaginary character and a popular hero in the English folklore.

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5. Robin Hood is often portrayed as the enemy of the ambitious Prince John and the ally of his brother, the imprisoned Richard I, but it was Tudor writers of the 16th century who first brought the three men together in this context.

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6. Robin Hood was a bandit who stole from the rich and gave to the poor.

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7. Robin Hood was said to be from a place in England called Nottingham.

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8. Robin Hood is first mentioned in print in the late fourteenth-century poem Piers Plowman, which is commonly attributed to William Langland, a contemporary of Geoffrey Chaucer.

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9. Robin Hood came lightly by his ware, and lightly parted therewith; so that he could afford the length of his Bow for a yard of Velvet.

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10. Robin Hood was added to one variant of Rose Red and the White Lily, apparently on no more connection than that one hero of the other variants is named "Brown Robin".

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11. Robin Hood was ill and staying at the Priory where the Prioress was supposedly caring for him.

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12. Robin Hood is represented as a fighter for de Montfort's cause.

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13. Robin Hood is known to have appeared in a number of other lost and extant Elizabethan plays.

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14. Robin Hood returns home to find the greedy Sheriff of Nottingham starving the local people of Sherwood Forest.

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15. Robin Hood will be wearing his traditional style hat in the pantomime.

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16. Robin Hood is one of the most famous heroes of English folklore and modern cinema.

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17. Robin Hood is well known as a defender of oppressed populations.

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18. In modern popular culture, Robin Hood is typically seen as a contemporary and supporter of the late-12th-century king Richard the Lionheart, Robin being driven to outlawry during the misrule of Richard's brother John while Richard was away at the Third Crusade.

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19. Robin Hood enjoyed the superior swathes of possession, particularly in the first period, with Tomiko Goater causing the home side.

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20. Robin Hood left Dumfries on Friday and aims to walk more than 400 miles to the Cenotaph in London to raise funds and awareness for.

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