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8 minutes ago, Inspector Lestrade said:

A bit sexist this thread what about sisters?

 

Gonna report this thread to someone. 

 

Jay and Betty Bothroyd

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Derek & Eric Wilkinson, I think Eric played just one game. I remember as a kid, playing football on the Sandhills in Staybridge, Eric walked on the pitch with one of my uncle’s, he got the ball near the half way line, I was in goal, he hit the ball (a leather casy) so hard it nearly took my head off, I managed to get out of the way. Apparently, Eric was a better player than his brother but was crowd shy and packed it in.

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17 minutes ago, Bulldog said:

Didn't we have both Snodin brothers on the books - 80's??

Yes. Pretty sure they played in the same team.

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34 minutes ago, Shot down in flames. said:

We had two fellas called Hirst......

 

100 pages minimum 

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Ron and Peter Springett, Paul and Peter Shirtliffe  & Jim and Tom McAnearny are the only ones I remember.

The Springett brothers were unusual because we swapped one for the other as the great Ron’s career was coming to an end. 

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1 minute ago, Rev Owl said:

What about Fathers and sons.

Didnt Ron Atkinson's lad turn out for us. Began with a D....

 

Quite a few father and sons to have played for us.

 

Danny Wilson and Laurie Wilson 

Dean Windass and Josh Windass 

David Hirst and George Hirst

Don Megson and Gary Megson 

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22 minutes ago, Rev Owl said:

Yes. Pretty sure they played in the same team.

 

They did - for Doncaster.

 

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