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St Petre

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  • Birthday 19/05/1947

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  1. Was that Hilton Valentine ? I think he died recently.
  2. Sedan Street ran/runs from the Ellesmere Road-Lyons Street junction to Carwood Road.
  3. I don't think Sedan Street was ever in Grimesthorpe.
  4. Clay Street was where Attercliffe Road became Attercliffe Common.
  5. I used to go to school with a girl who's family ran the shop behind where the people are stood-late 1950s early 60s- her name was Pat Hemingway.
  6. I think one of the conditions of being able to play for Leeds United this season is that one must posses a daft hair style (apart from Bamford.)
  7. Sorry Jim can't open this, perhaps because I live outside the UK.
  8. Bournemouth lost at home to Luton on Jan,16th so they're not invincible, still a tough trip for the Owls tho'.
  9. Is that the David Webb who used to play for Chelsea ?
  10. Alan, didn't the Owls lose at Preston earlier in the season.
  11. Where was Ludlow Street ? Wasn't Hunsley Street at the top of Moss Street?
  12. Yes and I think the Richards' daughters name was Pauline.
  13. Roger Bartlett and Virgil Hilts were two characters in the film 'The Great Escape, played by Richard Attenborough and Steve McQueen.
  14. I think it was Margate STREET (the old houses) that ran from Grimesthorpe Road to Cyclops Street.
  15. I recall the Fulham game, I think it was the opening fixture of the 1971-72 season. Two things that stood out to me: Before the game started and both teams were doing the kick ins, Alan Mullery -who had just returned to Fulham from Tottenham -ran into Owl's half at the Kop end to shake his former England team mate's hand-( a fine gesture) and a few minutes after the start, a fifty yard through ball down the centre from Peter to Mick Prendergast who ran on to it to score at the Leppings Lane end... RIP Peter Swan.
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