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Discussion in 'Queens Park Rangers' started by durbar2003, Feb 3, 2016.
Held in the highest regards by all and sundry ........... and rightly so.
RIP Ray Clemence.
Always remember when Ray Clemence came down the Loft end at the start of a 2nd half and greeted the rising noise of derision with a big, warm smile and an acknowledgement. RIP Ray.
He was a right wide boy but what a character
I thought he had died a while back. I knew he was I’ll back then. Sad as he was indeed a character. RIP
Eric Hall was the first of the modern-day football agents having previously been in the music business. When asked in an interview was it justified taking 20% of player's earnings he replied "They're taking 80% of my earnings". He was always 'monster busy'. RIP...
Eric Hall, the start of everything that's wrong with the modern game. I'm sorry that you died relatively early though.
Corbyn in the RIP thread. Wishful thinking for many?
Oh dear, sorry perhaps it's the Labour Party. Geniune error...
Would still out-jump Shilton.
The best I saw live.
A sad day for football - as much as he was a total ****, he was a magnificent footballer. One of the best I've seen live RIP
This pretty much expresses it! Expect weeks of national mourning in Argentina. RIP
Unbelievable player at his peak in the Napoli years, best I've ever seen live. Have to say I'm amazed he made it to 60 with his lifestyle. Argentina and Naples will be in long term mourning...
Arguably the GOAT. the best I've seen live
Maradona was one of the game's great player's and characters. I could watch his clips all day. RIP
Am I imagining things, but didn't Tommy Docherty try and sign him for us when he was unknown?
Nah, you're getting confused with one Stanley Bowles Esq.
And Stan didn't need the hand of God