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Love this photo - especially the construction of the stand in the background

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both of you spot on!

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Fantham was a gifted player,Bobby Craig could drink Hirsty under the table WTF:

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BCraig & PSwan trendsetters with the all american flat tops lol

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I wonder if that was the match the day after JFK was shot...diving header from the edge of the box from Bronco...can't remember if the stand was being built at that time Oct 1963

 

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For what its worth, Eddie Clamp, left, Malcolm Finlayson with ball, and Barry Stobart behind. But you didn't want to know that did you. 

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Believe this was 11/3/61, 0-0 draw with Wolves. The season we finished second in the old First Division, with Wolves one point behind us.

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9 hours ago, Jackie Sewell said:

Craig hadn't got three legs and two heads, I think that's Griffin behind him.

griffin didn't play that game and i'm not convinced that's craig as he's on the left and he always played on the right …...not 100% but I think that is john Meredith in the background 

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23 hours ago, torryowl said:

griffin didn't play that game and i'm not convinced that's craig as he's on the left and he always played on the right …...not 100% but I think that is john Meredith in the background 

 

It's definitely Bobby Craig.  Finlayson the keeper.  George Showell covering him. 

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