Do you have any interesting, happy, or humorous memories of Syd?
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Just saw Syd in Woodlands care home. Going to the Bolton game today😀
I remember Syd vividly playing in 60's & 70's. He was one of Bolton's most consistent players in my early years as a supporter. He had a swift turn of speed , and no wingers got the better of "Syd". I remember Syd & Olive having the Newsagents on Chapel Street Leigh. My mother in Law Kate lived across the road. Graham Kate's husband took my two sons Gareth and Stuart (Bolton fans ) across to Syd to receive his signiture. We still have his signiture and a match with mine which a acquired 50 years ago when I was a similar age To Gareth my eldest son.
My one regret is I didn't have a conversation with Syd about his football career at Bolton. I was too star struck to speak seriously! I believe he his a every friendly and nice man and I hope he stays safe and well. He is a legend to me. When I worked at Townsend Cycles in Leigh in Mid 90's he used to run from his car/van to deliver the newspapers from his Shop! he was in his mid fifties still fit to run!!Happy Memories. Kindest regards Clive Newton
25-07-20 Clive Newton
Hello my name is jade and I work in a care home which Sydney is at presently. I would love to get some more information about his football background. If anyone has any information or pictures please can you email myself on email@example.com. Would be lovely to do some reminiscing with sydney and his football days.
14-07-20 Jade Wilkinson
I look after him now would love some old pictures of him he has told me he went and done his coaching at Leeds utd if anyone has any info or pics please forward them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org many thanks this will make his day
12-07-20 Darren j gibson
Played cricket with Syd and Franny Lee in a 3 a side tournament at Heaton Cricket Club about 1970. Great time - I was 13!
07-11-18 Paul Mason
Aged 9 went to Burnden Park Boxing Day 1968. Bolton 0 Carlisle 1. Syd Farrimond got sent off!!!
Played his final competitive game for Halifax Town in a West Riding Senior Cup match against Bradford City, New Year's Day, 1975.