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View eagle52's Profile eagle52 Flag Shirley,Croydon 09 Nov 18 6.39pm Send a Private Message to eagle52 Add eagle52 as a friend

Sad news today that Roger Hoy has passed away in Australia surrounded by family and friends.A key member of the 1968-69 promotion team.
"He's here,he's there, he's every f##king where, Roger Hoy Roger Hoy".
He became a member of the clergy after emigrating.
RIP

 

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View Willo's Profile Willo Flag South coast - west of Brighton. 09 Nov 18 7.02pm Send a Private Message to Willo Add Willo as a friend

Very sad news.
I remember him with great affection.
Thoughts go out to all his family and friends at this sad time.
RIP

 

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View NEILLO's Profile NEILLO Flag Shoreham-by-Sea 09 Nov 18 7.17pm Send a Private Message to NEILLO Add NEILLO as a friend

RIP Roger

Integral part of the history making squad of '69

 


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View Jefroc's Profile Jefroc Flag Crete 09 Nov 18 7.26pm Send a Private Message to Jefroc Add Jefroc as a friend

I would like to add my condolences. He was a bit of a hero of mine in the late 60s and still remember some of his goals, and particularly that header! RIP......

 


Always remembering walking from the Holmesdale to the Whitehorse end at half time!

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View Bletchley Eagle's Profile Bletchley Eagle Flag In a Red and Blue flavoured world 09 Nov 18 7.54pm Send a Private Message to Bletchley Eagle Add Bletchley Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by eagle52

Sad news today that Roger Hoy has passed away in Australia surrounded by family and friends.A key member of the 1968-69 promotion team.
"He's here,he's there, he's every f##king where, Roger Hoy Roger Hoy".
He became a member of the clergy after emigrating.
RIP

One of my favourite players. His throw-ins were comparable to those of the great Bobby Woodruff.

 


The Team (3-5-1-1): John Jackson; Alan Stephenson, John McCormick, Jim Cannon; Don Rogers, Geoff Thomas, Stevie Kember, Michael Hughes, Peter Taylor; Johnny Byrne; Cliff Holton. Subs: Julian Speroni, Kenny Sansom, Bobby Kellard, Ian Wright, Mark Bright, Andrew Johnson, Marouane Chamakh.

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View Jacey's Profile Jacey Flag 09 Nov 18 9.51pm Send a Private Message to Jacey Add Jacey as a friend

RIP Roger.
I was there to enjoy that bullet header against Chelsea and again to see you score the only goal against Man City to keep us up in the last game of the season back in 1970.

 

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View collier row eagle's Profile collier row eagle Flag romford essex via another galaxy 09 Nov 18 10.41pm Send a Private Message to collier row eagle Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add collier row eagle as a friend

Hard player, always gave his all for the team, I believe he became a man of god in Australia RIP roger.

 

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View merganser's Profile merganser Flag 11 Nov 18 8.44pm Send a Private Message to merganser Add merganser as a friend

Was Ďt It Tony Taylor who scored the goal that kept us up?

 

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View PalacePhotoMan's Profile PalacePhotoMan Flag Wallington 24 Nov 18 12.04am Send a Private Message to PalacePhotoMan Add PalacePhotoMan as a friend

No, it was Roger Hoy, as seen here v Man City on 6th April 1970. The winning goal in a 1-0 win. RIP Roger and thank you for the memories.

CP v Man City 69-70.jpg Attachment: CP v Man City 69-70.jpg (166.01Kb)

 


Zaha, Williams, Murray, Ambrose, Scannell.

A 5-man forward line who scored 3 goals in 10 minutes on 27th September 2011 at .......................

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View Jefroc's Profile Jefroc Flag Crete 24 Nov 18 7.43am Send a Private Message to Jefroc Add Jefroc as a friend

Originally posted by PalacePhotoMan

No, it was Roger Hoy, as seen here v Man City on 6th April 1970. The winning goal in a 1-0 win. RIP Roger and thank you for the memories.

Now tell me, could Messi play in a quagmire like that?

Thatís a proper muddy pitch - when dirty play had a totally different meaning!!!

 


Always remembering walking from the Holmesdale to the Whitehorse end at half time!

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