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« Reply #3660 on: Friday, May 28, 2021, 13:45:06 »

Didnt poor old Jeffery end up working in a B and Q or something? something in a paper i remember.

Sainsbury's and then a minicab driver.
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« Reply #3661 on: Friday, May 28, 2021, 15:35:09 »

Didnt poor old Jeffery end up working in a B and Q or something? something in a paper i remember.

Was Jutty Bungle? 
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« Reply #3662 on: Friday, May 28, 2021, 15:57:54 »

Jane married Rod, then they divorced.

Then she later married Freddy.
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« Reply #3663 on: Friday, June 4, 2021, 05:59:02 »

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« Reply #3664 on: Sunday, July 4, 2021, 22:12:43 »

https://www.hungerfordtown.com/news/condolences-to-wilf-tranter-2628300.html

Wilf Tranter, assistant to Bob Smith at the end of the 1970's
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« Reply #3665 on: Monday, July 5, 2021, 08:29:24 »

https://www.hungerfordtown.com/news/condolences-to-wilf-tranter-2628300.html

Wilf Tranter, assistant to Bob Smith at the end of the 1970's
Damn thats a shame, RIP. Great memories of Wilf, our form dropped after he left us to take over at Banbury IIRC.

Was assistant for the Arsenal, Wolves, Stoke, Spurs games in 78-80.
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« Reply #3666 on: Monday, July 5, 2021, 09:59:09 »

That certainly is sad. Got to know Wilf quite well from when he used to go to South Marston Country Club. A top bloke, friendly to everyone.
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« Reply #3667 on: Monday, July 5, 2021, 10:04:56 »

Damn thats a shame, RIP. Great memories of Wilf, our form dropped after he left us to take over at Banbury IIRC.

Was assistant for the Arsenal, Wolves, Stoke, Spurs games in 78-80.

RIP Wilf and thanks for being part of the 78-80 Cup era and still to this day my fondest memories since supporting Town.
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« Reply #3668 on: Monday, July 5, 2021, 10:11:28 »

Wilf is a great name and seems to be enjoying a revival
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« Reply #3669 on: Monday, July 5, 2021, 10:16:25 »

Whenever I hear the name Wilf, it's always Wilf Lunn that springs to mind  Smiley

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« Reply #3670 on: Monday, July 5, 2021, 15:51:51 »

Whenever I hear the name Wilf, it's always Wilf Lunn that springs to mind  Smiley



More Wilfred Hyde White for me as rhyming slang - just going to the bog for a wilfy.
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« Reply #3671 on: Saturday, July 10, 2021, 07:56:38 »

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« Reply #3672 on: Saturday, July 10, 2021, 08:03:12 »

One of those players who stuck in my mind from being a kid.  Sad
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« Reply #3673 on: Saturday, July 10, 2021, 08:14:59 »

Absolutely gutted with the loss of Paul Mariner - my first ever favourite player who joined my team Arsenal and made me the happiest boy on the planet.

Even got to know him online via Twitter - total gentleman - RIP Paul
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« Reply #3674 on: Saturday, July 10, 2021, 08:42:39 »

Absolutely gutted with the loss of Paul Mariner - my first ever favourite player who joined my team Arsenal and made me the happiest boy on the planet.

Even got to know him online via Twitter - total gentleman - RIP Paul
Remember seeing him in the first game I ever went to with my uncle in 1977 (Bristol City 2-0 Ipswich). Didn't score, but remember him being big and surly. I was stood in the away end down behind the goal and remember seeing the argy bargy between Mariner and Norman Hunter. Also remember Paul Cooper saving a penalty! Then he was one of the 'stars' of a poor England team for a number of years as I grew up. Know he had a brain tumour, but, sorry to see another childhood hero disappear.
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