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Sad news. Remember chatting to him when we played a pre season friendly at Ilkeston Town. He was just stood at the back of the crowd on his own and a quiet and unassuming guy.

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2 hours ago, BIG D said:

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I love this tribute from Pearson..a fellah that,  lets face it, hardly likes anyone.

 

Almost sounds like Roeder was too good a person to be a successful manager. 

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3 hours ago, 1867Heaven said:

Real shame, I’ve always thought he did well for us when he was here, things started to go down hill as soon as he left. RIP

R.I.P Glenn thanks for trying your best for us. What s lovely message from Nigel Pearson  . 

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He's getting more love on here today than he did while he was alive, which I guess is a reflection of modern football and society. 

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Roeder (and Di Canio) in happier times. But can you name the premiership-winning manager they bested back in 2002?

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1 hour ago, OWLISH said:

 

Roeder (and Di Canio) in happier times. But can you name the premiership-winning manager they bested back in 2002?

Dilly Dong! Ranieri.

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Donated his £1 million pay off from West Ham to a charity that specialised in brain cancer research.

 

What a lovely, lovely  guy.

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Totally shocked by this news...RIP Glenn.

As a player, always tried to play from the back in the manner of Moore and Beckenbauer. Had a bit of culture about his play. Heartfelt condolences to his family at this sad time.

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RIP Glenn.  Wish you had stayed with us longer, you really knew the game.

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9 hours ago, sternlad said:

Totally shocked by this news...RIP Glenn.

As a player, always tried to play from the back in the manner of Moore and Beckenbauer. Had a bit of culture about his play. Heartfelt condolences to his family at this sad time.

Totally agree.  If I visualise him playing it is coming out of defence with the ball at his feet on the plastic QPR pitch.

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