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My Dad is having his 70th Birthday this Month and being born & bred in Caernarfon Wyn Davies is his hero…I treated Dad to go around the football ground a few years ago and we bumped into Wyn in one of the cafe’s in Bolton…..my Dad was absolutely star struck and he was such a gentleman with us! Is there any way I could contact Wyn? Thanks in advance
Our local across the river in Gateshead from Newcastle, Wynn was going out with the landlords daughter, Maureen Hardy. When we won the Fairs Cup a week or so later he brought the cup into the bar,The Durham Ramger and we all got our pictures taken. He is still a legend here. Wynn is king the crowd would chant.
My young son works at Warburtons bakery in Bolton. people still talk about Wyn there. When it comes to football Questions I have with Manchester United fans. I ask them.last player they signed from Man City. Scored a goal on his debut. Of course it was you Wyn, Thanks for the memories.
When Wyn signed for Bolton he had lodgings in Ainslie Road Bolton. As a very young lad I used to kick a ball with him in the street as I lived 5 doors further down.
Usually bump into Wyn in Bolton town centre on a Saturday morning. He's still got that delightful Welsh accent and he's a great guy to chat to.
Wyn was one of the greatest players to use the skill of the diving header very really seen today. A fantastic target man.I bet many centre halfs would have a story about playing against Wyn.
I meet Wyn every day on Queens Park Bolton. Great bloke, we feed the squirrels and all the birds. He usually brings some football memeribilia, and we have a chat about it. (National Treasure)
As a Newcastle supporter I saw every home game and several away while Wyn played for us. He was tremendous to watch always value for money. When we won the Fairs Cup it was, in my opinion, due to the fact that foreign defences had never seen his like before. Wyn terrorised those defences and without him we wouldn't have won it. He gave me many hours of pleasure and I always compare every number 9 to the main man, Wyn.
Wyn started his league career with the mighty Wrexham. At Wrexham he was part of the team that beat Harlepool 10 - 1. Wyn scored a hat trick and 2 other players also scored hat tricks. The result remains a Wrexham record to this day.
I was so lucky to see Wyn and Jim iley playing against Man United,(Bobby Charlton and George Best) boxing day and we won.
After to signed for Newcastle he used to rush down to the Central Station where he would catch the same train as my dad, sister & myself. The first time we saw him, we rushed to get hos autograph. Sadly, our pen wouldn't work. Wyn took it on himself to ask one of the staff if they had a pen & gave us his autograph complete with a little message. We saw him several times & he would always come over & chat. He was great to watch on the pitch & a gentleman off it!!
Met Wyn at the Christieâ€™s in 2015. A real gent
11-01-20Dave and Barbara
It's too easy to decry the cosseted millionaire players of today, but they seem to lack loyalty and club devotion. In his Newcastle days Wyn was an absolute hero, taking all the rough stuff that defences threw at him but always turning out for the next game, always exciting, always giving his all. Dare I mention that he was succeeded by the mighty Supermac, but those of us who experienced the Fairs Cup campaign will never forget Wyn and the team of miracle workers who took on Europe's finest and won.
As a youngster,growing up on the Burnden Park terraces,he was my footballing hero- not only known as "Wyn the Leap",his heading ability (less said about his shooting skills!) had him very affectionately known on the "Lever End" as "Nod'em in Wyn"! I treasured an A4 colour print of him for many years,until it faded to yellow on my bedroom wall! Many thanks for those great memories of long ago Wyn - I wish you well!
In 2005:working in a bakery.he said 'You can tell the fans I'm making lots of dough now!'