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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by Ric, 26 May 2020.
I saw on another tribute... BBC I think.
Brought a tear to my eyes when I heard the sad news.
RIP Glyn a true Blue.
Sad News, Legends are far and few between, RIP Glyn.
RIP. I was at the game that basically ended his career. A huge shame that was because he was a very good player who had not reached his peak. One of our finest.
Wasn't old enough to have seen Glyn play live, RIP Glyn, a club legend.
Another player from the great team of that era. Not very old either. RIP.
Great memories of Glyn, from his debut in April 1962. Another poster has recalled an equaliser v Blackpool in the F A cup Jan 1966. This is also how I remember it but other sources credit the goal to Johnny Crossan. I was there and am sure it was Glyn. No doubt in the replay though - we beat them 3-1 in front of 52000 just 2 days later on the Monday.None of this police bollocks of being unable to supervise a major event at such short notice in those days.
Another long serving loyal player sadly leaves us.
Modern day players should take a long hard look at what this person gave to the club with no attitude or arrogance, in a time when money played second fiddle to the passion for putting on that blue shirt and giving all for the club.
Never forgotten RIP Glyn
A great servant to City for many years and a true gentleman. Thanks for the memories.
I saw Glyn play when i was a little lad,in the platt lane as a 3 year old around 68 onwards.