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Uncle Leo

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Bit of fun on Cup Final day. Copy and paste previous names on to your post, add one at a time.

Go!

1) Justin Edinburgh - Tottenham, 1991
 

Uncle Leo

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1) Justin Edinburgh - Tottenham, 1991
2) Mike Marsh - Liverpool (winner) 1992
3) Stan Collymore - Liverpool, 1996
 

Uncle Leo

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1) Justin Edinburgh - Tottenham, 1991
2) Mike Marsh - Liverpool (winner) 1992
3) Stan Collymore - Liverpool, 1996
4) Frank Lampard Sr - West Ham 1975 and 1980
 

Up the Shrimpers

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1) Justin Edinburgh - Tottenham, 1991
2) Mike Marsh - Liverpool (winner) 1992
3) Stan Collymore - Liverpool, 1996
4) Frank Lampard Sr - Wet Spam 1975 and 1980
5) Ronnie Whelan - Liverpool 1986
6) Neville Southall - Everton 1984 and 1995
7) Neil Harris - Millwall 2004
8) Chris Ramsey - Brighton 1983
9) David Jack - Bolton 1923 & 1926 Arsenal 1930 (played 1 FA Cup game for Southend)
10) Harold Halse - Man United 1909 & Aston Villa 1913
11) George Molyneux - Southampton 1902
 
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ColinMorrisWalksOnWater

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1) Justin Edinburgh - Tottenham, 1991
2) Mike Marsh - Liverpool (winner) 1992
3) Stan Collymore - Liverpool, 1996
4) Frank Lampard Sr - Wet Spam 1975 and 1980
5) Ronnie Whelan - Liverpool 1986
6) Neville Southall - Everton 1984 and 1995
7) Neil Harris - Millwall 2004
8) Chris Ramsey - Brighton 1983
9) David Jack - Bolton 1923 & 1926 Arsenal 1930 (played 1 FA Cup game for Southend)
10) Harold Halse - Man United 1909 & Aston Villa 1913
11) George Molyneux - Southampton 1902
12) Tony Currie - QPR 1983
13) Doug Young - Sunderland 1973​


If we're going to have Tony Currie, who didn't actually play for us, but broke is ankle getting onto the pitch at Roots Hall, then I'll add non-playing sub Doug Young 1973.
 

jaffa1

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If we're going to have Tony Currie, who didn't actually play for us, but broke is ankle getting onto the pitch at Roots Hall, then I'll add non-playing sub Doug Young 1973.[/QUOTE]


Don't you mean the 'gorgeous' Dave Young ?
 

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In the 1920-21 Final Wolves lost to Spurs 1-0 at Stamford Bridge

Wolves had signed at the end of 1919-20 Burrill, Woodward and Marshall (see below) and all three played in the Cup final, in addition Sammy Brooks was also in the cup final side and later played for Southend in the 1924-25 season.

So FOUR Southenders in the Wolves team.

On the 30th March 1920 it was announced that Maurice Woodward had signed for Wolverhampton Wanderers for a fee of £700. Shortly afterwards George Marshall and top scorer Frank Burrill followed Woodward to Wolves for £800 transfer fees each. Undoubtedly these fees helped to keep the club on a sound financial footing, but it wasn’t going to help on the playing front.
 
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