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Tommy Cunningham

Tommy Cunningham

Clubs played for: Chelsea, QPR, Wimbledon, Leyton Orient (1973-1986).

Born: 1955

Birthplace: Bethnal Green

Position: Defender

Biography: Played most of his football at Orient and returned to Brisbane Road as Reserve team coach. He was appointed manager of Harlow Town in February 2010.

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Cunningham, Tommy I grew up with the family. Was best friends with his younger brother John. We both attended the same primary & secondary school. Lovely family.
15-04-21Mark Bunyan

Cunningham, Tommy Used to knock about with Tommy Jeffrey and John Cunningham and knew old Tommy and Maureen mum at seasalter caravan parks in late 70s early eighties lovely people would love to see John and Jeffrey again honest great people
11-08-20Andy white

CUNNINGHAM, Tommy I used to deliver to his pub in Bethnal Green. He is a really nice man

CUNNINGHAM, Tommy We had a caravan. My mum dad were friends with his parents Tommy and Maureen. I remember John has a brother. Lovely family

Cunningham, Tommy Yes i use to live two doors away from where he lived in pellew house in colinwood st in bethnal green and i did baby sit for him and hes younger brother about 1961and hes dad was a taxi driver

Cunningham, Tommy My parents had a caravan near Tommys parents in seasalter,so we were invited to watch qpr play.I remember Tommy being injured and stretchered off,we all went inside to see him and I just remember him telling everyone how much it hurt,then someone stuck a sweet in his mouth and told him to stop being a tart and everyone laughed,including Tommy.

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