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Never seen this picture before

 

Name the wanderers

Think I've got 3

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I'd have guessed that opposition based on the fella shooting

 

Only had 2 of our players, Henry and mcdonagh

 

You might be reet on berry

 

Couldn't get beyond Sutton but it was too soon for him

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Chelsea away?

 

Clive Walker?

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Yeah definitely Paul Jones and Tony Henry. Can't get the other though. Only one I can think of with blondish hair at that time is Ray Deakin.

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Neil berry, chris Thompson, Tony Henry, mcdonagh I’d say Gillingham.

Yep they are my guesses. Was that team not too late for Paul Jones to be playing?

 

From the kit I’d say Chelsea but the ground doesn’t look like any part of Stamford Bridge that I remember??

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Hells bells Mike Doyle & Ray Deakin are in the other pics , not much of a crowd either I guess we lost ?

Definitely Paul Jones & Neil Berry I think that 'future Scottish international' Hoggan is in one picture.

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Yep they are my guesses. Was that team not too late for Paul Jones to be playing?

 

From the kit I’d say Chelsea but the ground doesn’t look like any part of Stamford Bridge that I remember??

Just checked Paul Jones BWFC 1970-1983!

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Hells bells Mike Doyle & Ray Deakin are in the other pics , not much of a crowd either I guess we lost ?

Definitely Paul Jones & Neil Berry I think that 'future Scottish international' Hoggan is in one picture.

Good player Hogan

 

Played a long time in yank land

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Hells bells Mike Doyle & Ray Deakin are in the other pics , not much of a crowd either I guess we lost ?

Definitely Paul Jones & Neil Berry I think that 'future Scottish international' Hoggan is in one picture.

 

It's only when I switched to my laptop that I was able to see the pics in Ani's links

 

Wow!!! That is definitely Stamford Bridge when it was an absolute heap 

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Good player Hogan

 

Played a long time in yank land

Scored loads and loads and played many 100s of game in the indoor league great player and a shame he was lost to British Football.

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If it was the Chelsea v Bolton fixture on 18/12/1982 we lost 2-1 and the crowd was an unbelievable 6903!

The rent boys average attendance that season was only 12,672.

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The rent boys average attendance that season was only 12,672.

And every one of them was a card carrying member of the National Front.

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And every one of them was a card carrying member of the National Front.

As was Leeds about the same time.

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Good player Hogan

 

Played a long time in yank land

 

I remember watching Monty Python's Life of Brian at the Lido (Studio 1?) on Bradshawgate  probably about 1980 and Dave Hoggan was sat a couple of rows away pissing his sides with some other Wanderers team mate who I can't remember

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