Glyn Pardoe RIP

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  1. levets

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    I saw on another tribute... BBC I think.
     
  2. Shirley

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    Brought a tear to my eyes when I heard the sad news.
    RIP Glyn a true Blue.
     
  3. Bovril

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    Sad News, Legends are far and few between, RIP Glyn.
     

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  4. OB1

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    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.
     
  5. Murph

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    Wasn't old enough to have seen Glyn play live, RIP Glyn, a club legend.
     
  6. mackenzie

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    Another player from the great team of that era. Not very old either. RIP.
     
  7. Howard Croft

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    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.
     
  8. Buzzers todger

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    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
     
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  9. ColinBellsjockstrap

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    A great servant to City for many years and a true gentleman. Thanks for the memories.
     
  10. blue44

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    I saw Glyn play when i was a little lad,in the platt lane as a 3 year old around 68 onwards.
    Sad day
    RIP Glyn
     

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