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Discussion in 'Swansea City' started by Taffvalerowdy, Jan 9, 2019.
On this day 70 years ago, this former Swan and ‘budding’ match summariser was born:
Watching him play made me fall in love with the Swans.
You old softie ...
Didn’t realise that he was that old.....frightening
But who is it...
That’s Wyndham Evans
Terrific player. A rock solid ' Swansea Jack '. I once saw him score.
I saw him score. How do you think I felt ?
Wyndham " frightening " ? Nah, he's a pussycat.
Didn’t Wyndham mark George Best when Best made his debut for Stockport?
No mention of this on either of their wiki pages. Useless, or what ?
Best played for so many Club's after leaving Utd. Prodigious talent, but somewhat lacking in character.
Best, Law and Charlton. What a trio they were.
I was at The Vetch when he played for Northern Ireland. The crowd loved him, and cheered him to the rafters. He probably thought he was in Belfast.
I was there that day as well - Tony Millington was in goal for Wales.
Here’s George’s autograph from 2 days earlier when the NI squad trained at BP Llandarcy.
Derek Dougan and the Manager, Billy Bingham, are the other 2 signatures
I was at that NI game and had a group of teenage girls in front of me. It was like being in a Beatles concert
Taking your own personal harem to see a football match. I'm impressed.
They are normally my 'backing' group but I let them go in front so they could see
72 years ago today, arguably the ‘best’ Manager in the history was Swansea City was born .... in Cardiff
Malcolm Struel is standing between Tosh and the Mayor (Alan Lloyd?).
Ivor Pursey (ex President of the Welsh FA and a friend of my late father) is the ‘old boy’ wearing specs on the left.
I knew Malcolm very well from his time on the Committee of Neath RFC.
That's definitely Desmond Lynam on the right.
Oh no it’s not
yes, I don't doubt it, but there is a resemblance.
Yes - I will grant you that