Exmouth Town v Watford, 6th January 1987

Discussion in 'The Golden Years' started by Lionel, Oct 9, 2019.

  1. Lionel

    Lionel Academy Graduate

    Apologies if this is in the wrong place, but I've got an old programme which may be of interest to someone. As the title suggests, it's from a friendly played in 1987 and has some signatures on the back which you may be able to make out. I managed David Bardsley but that was about it!

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    If anyone wants it, it's free to a good home and I'm happy to pop it into the post. I don't know how you normally do these things, but I guess that if you send me your name and address in a private message, that should do it.

    I'm an Exeter City fan btw so I just wanted to say thanks for letting us have Randell Williams.
     
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  2. Grrwood

    Grrwood Reservist

    I'm down in Exeter and there are a few of us around here - I'll put the word out and see if anyone is interested.
     
  3. Grrwood

    Grrwood Reservist

    Messaged you on behalf of a mate!
     
  4. Knight GT

    Knight GT Predictor extraordinaire 2013/14

    Who is Pat Terry? I can see Blissett, McClelland and Gibbs
     
  5. wfc4ever

    wfc4ever First Team Captain

    Steve Guppy most famous name in that Exmouth team?
     
  6. Leighton Buzzer

    Leighton Buzzer Reservist

    Must mean Steve Terry surely?
     
  7. Knight GT

    Knight GT Predictor extraordinaire 2013/14

    I guess so. Got confused with Pat Rice
     
  8. The undeniable truth

    The undeniable truth Squad Player

    Lee Sinnott at the very bottom.
     
  9. Happy bunny

    Happy bunny Cheered up a bit

    Pat Terry was a Millwall striker in the Sixties. Not to be confused with Steve Terry, unless of course you come from Exeter.
     
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  10. ITK platypus

    ITK platypus Reservist

    Had to google 'Randell Williams'.

    Apparently we tonked these mugs 6-0, Falco hat trick and Barnes on the scoresheet too. Levels.
     

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