Updated: 11-05-21Lawrie was a strong bustling type of player. He was very hard to knock off the ball and i watched him score a hat trick on his playing debut for Norwich City. Without him Norwich could have been relegated that year. A surprise when he left so early.
Updated: 11-05-21My uncle Archie took us to a Christmas game. I think it was against Millwall. 45000 crowd. Place was packed. We were near the south stand in the corner. I remember a wall falling down. Was anyone else there that day?
Updated: 10-05-21John Galley was one of the greats at Ashton Gate. East End loved him and would often sing " Walk a million miles for one of your goals....Galley..."
Updated: 10-05-21Steve to answer your question Tommy lives in Leeds with my mother, they are both fine.
Updated: 09-05-21Bobby is my Dad. He is now 80 years young and besides the usual aches and pains of being 80 he is in fine fettle, still playing lots of golf and going to the gym. He doesnt look 80, hopefully I have inherited those genes. We catch up often and he loves to talk football and the old days which my partner loves as he is football mad !!!!
Updated: 09-05-21Sad news - Dad, Frank Morby, passed away at home in Kenya 7th May 2021. Thought you’d like to know.
Updated: 09-05-21Just watching Saints against Liverpool and thinking what we need is you to organise the team. You were an inspiration. If you saw me again you’d recognise me, Shirley Curtains. Glad your still safe. Ian.
Updated: 09-05-21When Alan was playing for Reading, he was one of a few R.F.C.players who were stamp collectors,