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  • Bill
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    Originally posted by Norths View Post
    Very well observed applause prior to kickoff. Rays brothers and (I think) sister were in attendance.
    That link I've posted above was the video package shown on the big screen, so do check it out if you couldn't make it last night.

    Some nice words from Sinton at half time as well.
    Thanks Norths really brought a tear to my eye.

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  • Norths
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    Very well observed applause prior to kickoff. Rays brothers and (I think) sister were in attendance.
    That link I've posted above was the video package shown on the big screen, so do check it out if you couldn't make it last night.

    Some nice words from Sinton at half time as well.

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  • Norths
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    https://youtu.be/hwcZbeQzTZM

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  • Bluehoop
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    Originally posted by Hertford Hoop View Post
    Usually the home side organises this, as he never had any affiliation with Hull..... Expect us to do something appropriate next home match. As for not showing respect by being hammered
    Already announced that we will be doing our own thing tomorrow Herts.

    It's just a bit pathetic when there's already dozens and dozens of threads slagging the Club off that he has to do it on this thread as well.

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  • Hertford Hoop
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    Originally posted by hal9thou View Post
    Shame we didn't manage to pay tribute on the park. Getting bent over by relegation candidates and given a good seeing to doesn't show much respect. Butch would probably have expected it from our lot mind.....
    Usually the home side organises this, as he never had any affiliation with Hull..... Expect us to do something appropriate next home match. As for not showing respect by being hammered

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  • Bluehoop
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    Originally posted by hal9thou View Post
    Shame we didn't manage to pay tribute on the park. Getting bent over by relegation candidates and given a good seeing to doesn't show much respect. Butch would probably have expected it from our lot mind.....

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  • CroydonCaptainJack
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    Originally posted by hal9thou View Post
    Shame we didn't manage to pay tribute on the park. Getting bent over by relegation candidates and given a good seeing to doesn't show much respect. Butch would probably have expected it from our lot mind.....
    I don't suppose they intended to lose like that mate so hardly not showing respect is it. What about what Olly had to say about Ray. Plenty of respect there wasn't there?

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  • hal9thou
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    Originally posted by LoftusRoadLad View Post
    A great send off all over the country. Respect.
    Shame we didn't manage to pay tribute on the park. Getting bent over by relegation candidates and given a good seeing to doesn't show much respect. Butch would probably have expected it from our lot mind.....

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  • LoftusRoadLad
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    A great send off all over the country. Respect.

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  • vespa
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    Originally posted by HoopDoggyDogg View Post
    My own personal memory of Ray was at Gavin Peacocks testimonial.
    At that time in my life I was drinking heavily every day and had a huge beer belly to show for it as well.
    Asked Ray to sign the shirt I was wearing, and his comeback was.. Do ya want me to sign the match ball underneath as well!!
    Legend or not , it sounds a s hitty thing to say .

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  • MYU
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    Originally posted by HoopDoggyDogg View Post
    I'm glad he got to say his piece, even on the radio people have been phoning in and telling us their own story about Ray, normal people that he didn't even know and the homeless. Amazing man and wish their were more like him this world.

    Thank you for all the wonderful memories and I'm one of the lucky ones who got to see you play live.

    You'll be sadly missed.

    RIP Ray Wilkins

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  • HoopDoggyDogg
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    My own personal memory of Ray was at Gavin Peacocks testimonial.
    At that time in my life I was drinking heavily every day and had a huge beer belly to show for it as well.
    Asked Ray to sign the shirt I was wearing, and his comeback was.. Do ya want me to sign the match ball underneath as well!!

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  • HoopDoggyDogg
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    Lovely Story from Nigel Quashie..
    https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.s...-1-4718907/amp

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  • CroydonCaptainJack
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    Originally posted by Jimmy Floyd Rabbit View Post
    Remember the game well. I was 13

    It was a foggy cold day and he was unreal. I was actually in the palace end with my mate and his dad who were palace fans. He said hed never take me again and he kept his promise (thank Christ)
    Brilliant wasn't it mate. I was in our bit but we were baiting the palace fans it was so one sided. Happy days.

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  • Greg1882
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    Originally posted by topperharley View Post
    Anyone hearing Talksport this morning? With the ex-soldier who rang in with the story about Ray giving him 20? Bloody hell.

    Legend thrown around too often these days, he was a legend, regardless of who he played for and for how long.

    Top bloke that any kid getting into the game now or in 20 years should know and have as a role model on professionalism.
    Heard it this afternoon. Lump in the throat kinda story not ashamed to say

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