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Alfie
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Mildenhall

Stockdale
Gallimore
R. Jones
Whittle

Campbell
Hockless
Coldicott
Pouton

Boulding
G. Jones
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Erm one question what is Clifton doing in the back four?


When he first came he was in midfield but he had a knee injury in his seventh or eighth game and was out for months. I think it was Tom Johnson who converted him to centre half.

Fielding was quite quick and a decent goalscorer.

I quite liked O'Kelly and nearly put him in but Ron Stockin gets the vote because nobody knows him!



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When he first came he was in midfield but he had a knee injury in his seventh or eighth game and was out for months. I think it was Tom Johnson who converted him to centre half.

Fielding was quite quick and a decent goalscorer.

I quite liked O'Kelly and nearly put him in but Ron Stockin gets the vote because nobody knows him!




But centre half in those days was mid field not back four cos we didn't have a back four.

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Bob Mitchell definitely.  He was probably world class compared to last year's lot.
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Ron Cockerill
Graham Taylor
George McClean
Chris Harker
Alan Campbell
Mike Crzurcman
Gary Moore
Dougie Collins
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Stuart Campbell, Steve Kabba, Zhang Enhua, Stacey Coldicott, Micky Boulding, Martin Pringle(could have been something special, even though only loan), Paul Crichton, Bradley Allen
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Gally
Pinualt
Hegs
Crane
Clare
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I always thoughts these were good players

andy peake
gary henshaw
gordon hobson


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For some reason, Luke Cornwall, the lad we had on loan from Fulham a few seasons back.


Yeah I liked him too.was amazed he never made a pro career

ps - durrrrrrr - mant gary liddell instead of Andy!!!! and what was wrong with kev Jobling? always played well whatever position he was stuck in
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When he first came he was in midfield but he had a knee injury in his seventh or eighth game and was out for months. I think it was Tom Johnson who converted him to centre half.

Fielding was quite quick and a decent goalscorer.

I quite liked O'Kelly and nearly put him in but Ron Stockin gets the vote because nobody knows him!



Thats right about Clifton, ( I went baby sitting for him with my girlfriend once )

I remember Ron Stockin,

The forward line was    Great  SCOTT,  Good EVANS,  RAFFERTY'S ,  STOCKIN , FELL,



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