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View tangerineeagle's Profile tangerineeagle Flag cleveleys,lancs 11 Oct 15 3.15pm Send a Private Message to tangerineeagle Add tangerineeagle as a friend

just finished reading his book,did any of you ever see him play against palace,and was he different class?

 


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View Kermit8's Profile Kermit8 Flag Hevon 11 Oct 15 7.17pm Send a Private Message to Kermit8 Add Kermit8 as a friend

Stan Bowles had the football brain of Lionel Messi but the speed of Lionel Ritchie

 


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View Pete53's Profile Pete53 Flag Hassocks 11 Oct 15 7.40pm Send a Private Message to Pete53 Add Pete53 as a friend

I don't think he would have played against us for QPR, certainly not in the league, as QPR went up the season we came down from Division 1 in 1973, and were relegated the year we went up to Division 1 in 1979.However, he did play 19 games for Forest in 79/80 but I don't know if he played against Palace.

He was lovely player to watch, but was in that group of "mavericks" who had great skills but were never much favoure or trusted by England managers - e.g. Tony Currie, Frank Worthington, Charlie George , Alan Hudson.

 

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View PalacePhotoMan's Profile PalacePhotoMan Flag Wallington 12 Oct 15 4.39pm Send a Private Message to PalacePhotoMan Add PalacePhotoMan as a friend

He was a brilliant player, I saw 4 or 5 QPR games in the 75/6 season when they finished second a point behind Liverpool.

I have a press photo of Bowles in a Carlisle shirt dated 1972 and on the back someone has written "on his way to Crystal Palace" and that's been crossed out and someone else has written "QPR". He joined Rangers in Sapt 1972.

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Stan was a great player who could pass a ball but couldn't pass a betting shop..

 

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View Brisbane Eagle's Profile Brisbane Eagle Flag Brisbane 19 Oct 15 4.55am Send a Private Message to Brisbane Eagle Add Brisbane Eagle as a friend

Quite simply the most talented and exciting player ( bar Hoddle) I saw play in the late 70's. I used to watch Palace play (div 3) one week and QPR in the 1st Division on the alternate week. He was quality.

 

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View rojosal's Profile rojosal Flag Purley 12 May 20 12.13am Send a Private Message to rojosal Add rojosal as a friend

Stan Bowles played against Palace in John McCormick's testimonial on September 3rd 1974 I believe. Result was 1:1 draw with Swindlehurst scoring for Palace.

 

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View doi209's Profile doi209 Flag Fighting for the weak and innocent... 12 May 20 8.52am Send a Private Message to doi209 Add doi209 as a friend

Originally posted by rojosal

Stan Bowles played against Palace in John McCormick's testimonial on September 3rd 1974 I believe. Result was 1:1 draw with Swindlehurst scoring for Palace.

Crikey, your internet must be REALLY slow !

 

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