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 Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: kozmasrightfoot  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 08:46

Lots of old players get talked about on here but let's dredge up some names that many will have forgotten.

I'll start the ball rolling.

Stuart Rafferty
Mark Haro
Hurry Curran
Grant Teirney
Mark Millar
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: kelty_par  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 09:49

Always liked Stuart Rafferty. Harry Curran not so much although he did once score at Ibrox to gain us a point so I won't slag him off that much. All I remember about Haro was a long throw.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Rigger Al  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 09:55

hugh burns
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: thenatural  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 09:59

Rafferty was the first name that sprung to mind when I saw topic header. Exactly the type of player we should be looking for to strengthen our midfield options.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: sonofpetrie  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 10:12

Eddie Cunnington.

John Hillcot.

Shaun Strang.

"The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary"
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Rigger Al  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 10:12

Paul Heggarty
John Holt
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: wee eck  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 10:15

Grant Tierney and Marc Millar have both been guests of the club in recent seasons. In fact I think they have been interviewed by the DAFC Heritage Group.

The last I heard of Stuart Rafferty I think he was an SFA coach somewhere. Was Mark Haro not employed in the accountancy or legal profession? I have no idea what happened to Harry Curran.

Did Rafferty not score at Parkhead in a win over Celtic? We had a decent record there at one time. I always thought Mark Haro underachieved in his career. Marc Millar was a great signing - a very versatile player although he could be a bit of a hothead. I'm hoping Louis Longridge will be a similar sort of player but with a better temperament.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: sonofpetrie  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 10:22

Was Mark Haro not a long throw-in specialist?

"The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary"
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: OzPar  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 10:26

John Arrol
Ernie McGarr
Jim Gillespie
Jim Scott
Jim Bowie
John Salton
Mike Leonard
Bobby Robertson
Paul Donnelly
Kenny Thompson
Ricky Sharp
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Rigger Al  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 10:46

Ozpar
remember all of them and seeing all of them play .
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Thaipar  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 10:53

Was Jim Bowie not a fireman?
If he was will be retired now

Please don't book me Admin, it will ruin my life.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Berry  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 10:57

Brian Rice and without doubt the best player we've ever had in Chris McGroarty.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: 1970par  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 10:59

Kenny Watson
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Foghorn Leghorn  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 11:15

Wee Jimmy Mullin

Roddy Georgeson
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: gegganpar  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 11:23

Bobby Morrison

Paul Donnelly

J angus blacklaws

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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: parsmanjim  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 11:26

Jim MacLean !
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Parplod  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 11:28

John Arrol was Head Commissionaire at Strathclyde Police HQ in Glasgow. Thorough gentleman. Funnily enough given the recent announcement of the Honours List, John took over from Bobby Dinnie, a well known figure in grassroots football, who discovered Kenny Dalglish and many others.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: kozmasrightfoot  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 11:28

Crikey,there are many names there I don't know.

Yes, Rafferty did score at parkhead,I was there,possibly with kelty par I can't remember. We were already 1 nil up and Rafferty scored deep into injury time. I can remember thinking that the referee was against us and was just adding on this time so Celtic could equalise.

Thought of a few more.

Vyettl??? Anderson
Craig falconbridge
Ray Sharp
Ray farmingham
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: sonofpetrie  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 11:33

Quote:

Thaipar, Sun 10 Jun 10:53

Was Jim Bowie not a fireman?
If he was will be retired now


He sure was. He was based in Edinburgh. Ziggy was my absolute hero when I was a lad.

"The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary"
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: 1970par  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 11:38

Had a pint with Ziggy Bowie after a game a couple of seasons ago, funny guy, really enjoyed the craik
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Hockeyboy  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 11:40

Rab Stewart my very first Pars hero as a wee lad. I was distraught when we sold him to Motherwell.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Blackandwhiteblood  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 12:15

Andy Williamson. ( Ryan's dad )
Jackie Williamson ( Injured in first cup final against Celtic )
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: sonofpetrie  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 12:34

Rab Shannon. Oooft.

Always remember the credits at the end of Par Trek "Rab Shannon did not appear in the story as we wouldn't want to embarrass the poor fellow" 😂

"The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary"

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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: sadindiefreak  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 14:13

Stevie Morrison doesn't get mentioned much.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: AdamAntsParsStripe  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 14:34

Quote:

sadindiefreak, Sun 10 Jun 14:13

Stevie Morrison doesn't get mentioned much.


Which is a shame.
A really lovely bloke who had a brilliant streak of form with us for several months when he scored some absolute belters.

Pars man through and through and proven when, in 1988/89 against Clyde he was with the Pars fans in the Cowdenbeath end the day Westy flapped to deny us promotion a week early.
Stevie was a Clyde player that season for perspective.

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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Keith FJ  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 14:40

Sandy McNaughton, never stopped running for the full 90mins

TokyoPar
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: broontroot  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 15:42

Kenny ward
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: JTH123  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 15:59

Quote:

sadindiefreak, Sun 10 Jun 14:13

Stevie Morrison doesn't get mentioned much.


10 or 12 of us from the Pitbauchlie went down to the Midlands one preseason to see us play Shepshed and Chesterfield Town. Zico Morrison scored an outrageous long range effort from out on the right wing in the latter.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Parsdave  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 16:01

Jack de Gier
Kevin Harper
Sean Kilgannon
Seyni N’Diaye
David Grondin
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: TAFKA_Super_Petrie  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 16:21

Worked with Kilgannon's mum for years before she retired a few months back. Not seen Sean for a few years myself.

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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: TAFKA_Super_Petrie  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 16:26

Not Pars related but what happened to Kevin Keegan.

Never hear a thing about him either coaching or punditry wise. Dropped off the face of the earth it seems in terms of media/football exposure.

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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: wee eck  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 16:39

Does Kevin Keegan not run coaching schools for kids?
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Par  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 17:01

Bonner Mercer did he not play rugby for Dunfermline also.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Securitypar  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 17:11

Shaggy Jenkins
Stuart Beaddie
Mark Smith
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Bandy  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 17:11

Richie Byrne
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Number57  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 18:36

Craig Faulconbridge (sp)

All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Stanza  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 18:44

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Par, Sun 10 Jun 17:01

Bonner Mercer did he not play rugby for Dunfermline also.


Bonar Mercer is at EEP every match in his capacity with the Former Players Association.

He's also a Trustee of Dunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust.

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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Stanza  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 18:49

Bobby Robertson was the Club Doctor for many years until last season, so his name was in the programme every match, as well as being present in the dugout.

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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: kozmasrightfoot  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 18:51

Dave Barnet
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Stanza  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 18:52

The Heritage Trust has published video interviews with several of these former players. You can find the full list on the Trust's website here:
daht.org.uk/archive.php

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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: General Zod  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 19:11

Derek Fleming
Thomas Butler
Lee Butler
Phil McGuire
Scott Morrison
Eddie May
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Buspasspar  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 19:14

Hugh Robertson
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Pars11  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 19:25

Kenny Thompson, played alongside Bonnar Mercer at a time when the team failed to flatter, always gave his best.

Bluebell Polka
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 19:27

Shug Robertson passed away a few years back.

He would be in all time Pars greatest lineups.

He and Mickey Edwards were an outstanding combination when George Farm moved them into midfield roles.

One of a very select group of players who won a League Championship medal and a Scottish Cup medal without having been at Parkhead or Ibrox.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Jeffery  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 19:28

Greg Shaw, seem to recall him having great goal scoring stats in the reserves
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: sonofpetrie  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 19:49

Shaggy Jenkins.

"The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary"
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: petrie_pants  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 20:02

Chris Sinclair, Mark Bowes, Andy Hawkins, Derek Laing, Andy Dowie (was that his name? Wee striker who played for Scotland in the youth world cup), Milos Drizic.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Kaiser  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 20:05

Bobby Ryan
Norman Kelly
Jamie Mole
David Grondin
Mark Williams
Jim McAloon
Walter Borthwick
Allan Forsyth
Derek O'Conner
Billy Kirkwood
John Holt
Billy Abercrombie
Derek Laing

Jeezo - how come I can remember most of the duffers 😙
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Buspasspar  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 20:20

Topic Originator: veteraneastender like | nolike
Date: Sun 10 Jun 19:27

Quote:-


Shug Robertson passed away a few years back.

He would be in all time Pars greatest lineups.

He and Mickey Edwards were an outstanding combination when George Farm moved them into midfield roles.

One of a very select group of players who won a League Championship medal and a Scottish Cup medal without having been at Parkhead or Ibrox.

Shug was one of the greatest Pars player ever Vee made it look effortless great great player
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: parsmad68  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 20:34

Trevor Smith
Bobby Smith
Gary Thompson
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: MikeyLeonard  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 20:50

Bobby Ford
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Sergio  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 20:59

Bobby Ryan

bring on the partick....
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Gem 1977  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 21:03

Stephen Glass
Alex Burke
Graham Bayne

Here's to the first of the day, fellas! To old D.H. Lawrence.
Neh! Neh! Neh! Fuh! Fuh! Fuh! Indians

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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 21:07

"Shug was one of the greatest Pars player ever Vee made it look effortless great great player"

That's what I was trying to say !!!

He had a neat party piece trick where he could trap the ball with his instep, pull in down, and turn away in a different direction.

He also had the one touch decisive pass skill - I can still "see" the wall pass he and Alex Edwards pulled off when Mickey raced half the pitch to score v Kilmarnock in a Scottish Cup 1/4 final at EEP.

Or watch the '68 cup final footage where he put Paton in for a goal with an exquisite pass only for Jim Cruickshanks to clatter Bertie for the penaly.



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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 21:10

"Bonner Mercer did he not play rugby for Dunfermline also."

As evidenced by some of his tackling at EEP !!!
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: TAFKA_Super_Petrie  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 21:16

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Gem 1977, Sun 10 Jun 21:03

Stephen Glass
Alex Burke
Graham Bayne


Saw Burkey a couple of years back, was working as a binman down Govan way.

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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Malcolm Canmore  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 21:16

Ken Mackie
Geir Karlsen
Doug Rougvie
Doug Baillie
Rossi
Aaron Labonte

My dog eats meat
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Johan_Cruyff  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 21:18

George o'boyle ;-)
Derek laing
Scott leitch

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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Gem 1977  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 21:43

Topic Originator: TAFKA_Super_Petrie like | nolike
Date: Sun 10 Jun 21:16

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Gem 1977, Sun 10 Jun 21:03

Stephen Glass
Alex Burke
Graham Bayne


Saw Burkey a couple of years back, was working as a binman down Govan way.


Graham Bayne is a firefighter now. He was doing training at Gullane the same time as my mate.

Here's to the first of the day, fellas! To old D.H. Lawrence.
Neh! Neh! Neh! Fuh! Fuh! Fuh! Indians

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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Lambo1885  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 21:56

One that always got stick, and I could never figure out why was Justin Skinner.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Parallel Lines  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 21:58

GIER KARLSSON.
Larger than life goalie.

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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: SergioDuarte  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 22:31

Derek Laing
Paul Smith
Chris McGroarty
Kenny Ward

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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Berry  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 22:33

Allan Moore
Derek Fleming
Marc Millar
John Clark


Shout out to Bingham as well.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Grant  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 22:43

Scott Muirhead
Kevin Harper

Probably both best forgotten. Simon Wiles.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: OzPar  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 22:46

One of the most impressive Pars debuts I ever saw at EEP was Mark Williams (it may have been against Kilmarnock, but I am not sure, it was a long time ago). He had come to us from the Navy and the word was that he had something about him. And he sure did.

He absolutely bossed the wing that day. I can't remember if he scored or not, but he put over cross after cross after cross to the forwards. It was a great debut, but he didn't hang around EEP too long. Maybe the Navy shipped him back to sea.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: parsfan  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 23:09

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One of the most impressive Pars debuts I ever saw at EEP was Mark Williams (it may have been against Kilmarnock, but I am not sure, it was a long time ago). He had come to us from the Navy and the word was that he had something about him. And he sure did.

He absolutely bossed the wing that day. I can't remember if he scored or not, but he put over cross after cross after cross to the forwards. It was a great debut, but he didn't hang around EEP too long. Maybe the Navy shipped him back to sea.


Happy to be proved wrong but I don't think it would have been Killie. I don't think we played them for years before or after he was here.

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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Row_ZZ  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 23:10

Scott Morrison
Jamie Harris

I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Parfect68  
Date:   Sun 10 Jun 23:38

Rowan Hamilton
Gary Mason

;-)
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Bandy  
Date:   Mon 11 Jun 04:46

Jamie Squires
Gavin Johnson
Michael Panopoulous
Billy McDonald
Greg Shaw
Lee Butler
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: parsmad68  
Date:   Mon 11 Jun 06:57

Davie Irons
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Mon 11 Jun 08:36

Oz Par - Mark Williams was a PT instructor in the Royal Navy stationed ashore at Rosyth.

He had to seek permission from the RN to play - I think he may have had to sign as an amateur ?

If memory serves his debut was the first game of the season at EEP - and he was outstanding, ran riot down the left wing. I can't mind the opposition, but I don't think it was Killie.

He faded away after that, I suspect his naval duties might have conflicted with a regular commitment to DAFC.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Playup_Pompey  
Date:   Mon 11 Jun 09:02

Greg and George Shaw
Paul Kinnaird

Gerry Britton had a great goals/games ratio

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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: helensburghpar  
Date:   Mon 11 Jun 09:26

Dennis Nelson, Paul Donnelly, Jim Brown, Roddy Georgesen, Graham Hutt, Russell Dunlop, Ian Hall.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: londonparsclub  
Date:   Mon 11 Jun 09:54

Doug Rougvie
Eric Ferguson
Davie Irons
Paul kinnaird
Jackie McNamara

HF05
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Nippy Sweetie  
Date:   Mon 11 Jun 15:53

Mark Smith...Bobby Smith and Vetle Anderson...I am sure his hunners of bairns will all be nearly 30 noo. (Lorenzos Legend).
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: parathletic  
Date:   Mon 11 Jun 16:19

Derek McWilliams
Guido van de Kamp
Tommy Wilson
Paul Chalmers
Stuart Beedie
Kris Mampaey
Nicky Phinn
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: MDCCCLXXXV  
Date:   Mon 11 Jun 16:21

Ross Jack
Andy Rhodes
Diagonal Davie Irons
Davie Bingham
Owen Morrison
Aaron Labonte

East End Park is a symbol of all that is DAFC.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: average white par  
Date:   Mon 11 Jun 16:33

Stephen McDougall
Paul Burns
Chris Higgins
Austin McCann
Pat Clarke

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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: parathletic  
Date:   Mon 11 Jun 16:36

Kenny Ward is a regular at Pitfirrane Golf Course-saw him out there last week and his name regularly appears on the tee-sheet.Plays off about 7 so is obviously fairly handy.

Marc Millar was in my class studying Accounting & Business Law a few years back.
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 Re: Rarely heard names from the past nostalgia thread
Topic Originator: Foghorn Leghorn  
Date:   Mon 11 Jun 17:55

Jim Markey
Alex Kinninmonth
Gerry Adair
Graham Shaw
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