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Discussion in 'Bristol City' started by realred1952, Mar 20, 2021.
Another golden oldie passes on RIP
Another one gone from my childhood, one heck of a shot on him, RIP
Fantastic player in a absolutely fantastic team.
Peter had the hardest shot in the game at the time.
RIP @leedsunited. #Leeds.
Was one of my idols back in the day..very sad..
Peter was one of the great players on the Leeds team when I was younger and had a shot that could rip the net from the goal posts. Another footballing great has left us and my thoughts go out to his family at this difficult time. R.I.P. Peter.
Peter Lorimer RIP
Part of the best team never to win the European Cup.
Traditionally even back in those days wingers were mainly a bit lightweight, Leeds broke the mould with Lorimer and Gray as hard as they came, RIP Peter Lorimer, say hi to Norman Hunter for us all, wish we had him partnering Kalas, Mick Jones to hold the ball up, Billy Bremner in midfield and you on the wing.
And a Johnny Giles & Terry Cooper!!
Spot on 1For
John Giles was the brains of that team and yet was another who would leave his foot in.
Terry Cooper was the first LB that I can remember who turned defending into the wide left role we see today.
The occasional weak spot in that team and gave others a chance was 'careless hands' Gary Sprake.
Still a mystery how we beat them up there in the 3day week. We were a few places off bottom Div2 and they were miles clear top of the 1st Division.
RIP Peter Lorimer
A lot of that Leeds team of the early-mid 70's have now sadly departed. Paul Madeley, Gary Sprake, Billy Bremner, Norman Hunter, Jack Charlton, and now another
Frank Worthington gone, RIP
the scythe is coming to get us all RIP Frank … the joys of my youth are slowly being washed away
Now there was an entertainer on and off the pitch
RIP Frank and thanks for all the memories
One of a kind, RIP Frank
just saw a clip on OTIB , even the ref applauded one of his goals ...
Did you actually have a youth ?
Every body has a youth, even you, whether you enjoyed it or not is up to you … I did.
As an aside, talking about youth/young age at 1530 was having a cup of tea and bit of cake, sat under my cherry tree watching a rather large honey bee foraging the blossom about 5 foot above my head. Through the branch's I saw the "half moon" in a totally cloudless sky, my mind went back to the summer holidays in the 50's lying in the grass looking up at a skylark and wondering how far the blue went, it was like the blue on the "post reply" button. Today it seemed to be that same rich blue! must have been about 6 or 7 then. god thank goodness for aeroplanes!