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View regpaddock's Profile regpaddock Flag Suffolk 26 Apr 21 11.30am Send a Private Message to regpaddock Add regpaddock as a friend

John Sewell certainly was called shovel and I know that Roy Summersbyy was an inside forward but he used to fill in when Alf Noakes was injured and he also took the penalties.

 

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View eagle in cornwall's Profile eagle in cornwall Flag Made In Thornton Heath. 26 Apr 21 11.48am Send a Private Message to eagle in cornwall Add eagle in cornwall as a friend

I remember Vic very well and so pleased to know that he's still with us. Cyril Spiers brought him to the club, Ray Potter was another keeper at the time with a young Bill Glazier of course. Bert Howe was one of our full backs along with my favourite Jack Edwards and Alfie Noakes wholl could take unstoppable penalty kicks

 


........................Then along came Johnny Byrne! and the rest, as they say, is history.....................

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View Willo's Profile Willo Online Flag South coast - west of Brighton. 26 Apr 21 11.57am Send a Private Message to Willo Add Willo as a friend

Originally posted by eagle in cornwall

I remember Vic very well and so pleased to know that he's still with us. Cyril Spiers brought him to the club, Ray Potter was another keeper at the time with a young Bill Glazier of course. Bert Howe was one of our full backs along with my favourite Jack Edwards and Alfie Noakes wholl could take unstoppable penalty kicks

My goodness !
I don't suspect too many on HOL recall these players wearing the shirt!


 

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I was totally against lampard when he joined Chelsea.what he do....taking Derby from 6th to 6th in the championship and losing play offs. What did he do to deserve top 6 job?

He isn't a world-class manager but we are not gonna get that.

However, saying that...I do think we are built for him to come in and replace roy. What he has done at Chelsea was play the kids. Our under 18 kids are amazing and need a manager that will trust them. He is that. Looks like the older players are being let go for him to do this role also. All the pieces in the puzzle seem to say we will get lampard.

 

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View regpaddock's Profile regpaddock Flag Suffolk 26 Apr 21 1.54pm Send a Private Message to regpaddock Add regpaddock as a friend

I remember when we signed Johnnie McNichol from Third Lanark. He wasn't born, he was quarried!

 

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View Willo's Profile Willo Online Flag South coast - west of Brighton. 26 Apr 21 2.01pm Send a Private Message to Willo Add Willo as a friend

Originally posted by regpaddock

I remember when we signed Johnnie McNichol from Third Lanark. He wasn't born, he was quarried!

McNichol was signed from Chelsea.
Sadly he is no longer with us, he passed away in 2007 at the age of 81.
RIP.

 

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Willow, he originally played for Third Lanark which was what I meant.

 

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Edited by HolmesdaleUpper (26 Apr 2021 2.55pm)

 

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Originally posted by Willo

I did see him play at the end of his career with us, alongside the likes of Kember, Stevenson,Bannister,Woodruff,Payne etc.
I heard him referred to as "Blessed Bert Howe" !

Surely Bert Howe was always "Chopper."

 

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View Wisbech Eagle's Profile Wisbech Eagle Flag Truro Cornwall 26 Apr 21 3.35pm Send a Private Message to Wisbech Eagle Add Wisbech Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by eagle in cornwall

I remember Vic very well and so pleased to know that he's still with us. Cyril Spiers brought him to the club, Ray Potter was another keeper at the time with a young Bill Glazier of course. Bert Howe was one of our full backs along with my favourite Jack Edwards and Alfie Noakes wholl could take unstoppable penalty kicks

Alfie Noakes was my favourite from those days. Not because he was an accomplished footballer but he was a whole hearted one who seemed to relish every moment. He loved to venture forward and play what is much familiar these days, in a wing back position. His penalties were a joy. Hit it so hard you would be an idiot to get in the way.

I have his autograph on Palace letterheaded paper along with all the team of that era, including Byrne, Summersby and Rouse. I got to know Brian Lewis through cricket (he was a very good cricketer) and he got them for me.

 

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Originally posted by Wisbech Eagle

Alfie Noakes was my favourite from those days. Not because he was an accomplished footballer but he was a whole hearted one who seemed to relish every moment. He loved to venture forward and play what is much familiar these days, in a wing back position. His penalties were a joy. Hit it so hard you would be an idiot to get in the way.

I have his autograph on Palace letterheaded paper along with all the team of that era, including Byrne, Summersby and Rouse. I got to know Brian Lewis through cricket (he was a very good cricketer) and he got them for me.

there's only one Alfie Noakes? Oh no, there isn't ...

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