THE SEVENTIES NORTH BANK
- Dec 10, 2006
As we love beating York City, two more from the past.
24th Nov 2013
31st Jan 2015.
24th Nov 2013
31st Jan 2015.
Yep got it framed on my wall - love this picture.not an old photo I know , but I thought might interest;
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Yes, I put it up before. No worries. My mate Paul G. comes into it at 41:12, white trousers and blue jumper. A tough lad, but a good bloke. Heard he moved to Nottingham, to be near his dad.Came across this apologies if it's been posted before.clip from the 70s
When we was Red , White and BlueCame across this apologies if it's been posted before.clip from the 70s
Oh how I enjoyed that one. Got in 20 mins late after chaos at the Hindhead Tunnel and a wacky races run thro the back roads, was allowed to park by the bus in the main car park after not being able to find a space in the streets, and was gifted a ticket by a Shrimper who was waiting for a mate who hadn't shown up. Always good to beat that lot too and stop that bell from ringing.More proof that we don't need 11 men.
Good old B.B The Legend Lives On in the centre. Recognize the guy far right from the 'old days', but don't know his name!.Blue Army
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Think he worked on the trains?Good old B.B The Legend Lives On in the centre. Recognize the guy far right from the 'old days', but don't know his name!.
Fourth left was Graham Collins.Second from left with scarf.
Roger Cousins RIP he wrote articles in "What's The Story, Southend Glory" fanzine as Roger Cousins "Lifelong Supporter". His nickname was Custard because of his long blonde hair.
Fourth from left
Updated pic with names
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Ozzie I hope you are keeping okay, I still use "Polyfilla"Great lads,went often with Graham in his old trusted"Anglia" motor...remember going with him Port Vale and the car broke down on the M1 i think it was.We got stopped and taken in by the police for a while coz they thought we were car thieves.Hallo...we are not scoucers.
Also remember a friday night awaygame73??we two and Bob.T (rip mate) stood in the Shrewsbury home end...it ended in tears...but not for the home fans.
i remember Roger.C well i can only remember his nickname as "HIPPIE", As for Nobbler and Mick.B most of us know them well.Nobbler still looks the same but he wont tell me what face cream he uses !!!Great lads,great times
Colin Rowland who worked with Graham Collins in the ticket office I believe at Liverpool Street Station(??). Colin sadly died at the end of 1992 aged about 46Good old B.B The Legend Lives On in the centre. Recognize the guy far right from the 'old days', but don't know his name!.