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Re: Congrats to Chris Rogers

By SteveHFC17/1/2020 09:16Fri Jan 17 09:16:29 2020In response to Re: Congrats to Chris Rogers

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I'd like to add my congratulations to Dad on reaching this anniversary of supporting the club - without his support of Hendon, I wouldn't have had many happy and enjoyable years volunteering around the club. As others have mentioned, without the many many hours Dad has spent pulling club result & playing records together, I then wouldn't have been able to spend many hours inputting much of it into the website archive which I know many supporters appreciate being able to browse.

Clearly Dad has many more memories than I do, having been around for many of the best years in the clubs history, but the day that always really sticks in my mind - more so than the win over Leyton Orient in 1997 - was the 2-0 win at Fareham Town in the FA Trophy in 1987 when Iain Dowie and Duncan Hardy scored. It was great to see Hendon win just 3 or 4 miles away from where we lived at the time.

I think its rather nice that Dad's anniversary game that he's sponsoring is against Gosport Borough - one of the other local sides we often went to watch when we lived on the south coast in the 80s and early 90s.

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