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Memory Lane 100 Legendary Southend fans

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A compilation of 100 great Southend fans of "our" time. These can be legendary in your eyes, there eyes, or through blue-tinted eyes. They can be someone you looked up to as a kid, either through their unflinching support for Southend, or through actions and deeds. No self nomination. I'll kick off with:

1. Keith McGhee (sp.) - used to hitch everywhere to all Southend games, before moving north to Scotland.
 
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