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SZ's Southend United Hall of Fame - Frank Gill

Is Frank Gill one of the greatest 12 figures in SUFC history?

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Yorkshire Blue

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Oct 27, 2003
One of the reasons I was keen to get the Hall of Fame going, was to learn more about our club's heritage. I thought I had a fairly decent grasp on our club's history but this is one nomination that has caught me completely by surprise. I'm therefore welcoming the opportunity to find out more about someone who is presumably one of our club's unsung heroes. I think he might have had something to do with our supporters club, but I'm afraid others will have to make the case because I've only just about heard of the name.

So who was he? What was his impact and what legacy did he leave?