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Wrighty's Road to Wembley. Read all about it .......

By Simon (legacy user)9/9/2014 10:42Tue Sep 9 10:42:03 2014

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http://www.hendonfc.net/News#5138

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My Least Favourite Footballer of All Time...

By alan ainsworth (legacy user)9/9/2014 14:39Tue Sep 9 14:39:38 2014In response to Wrighty's Road to Wembley. Read all about it .......Top of thread

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...which is a considerable achievement.
Well matched with the organ for which he writes, though.

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My Favourite Footballer Of All Time

By Mallorca Don (legacy user)13/9/2014 23:06Sat Sep 13 23:06:40 2014In response to My Least Favourite Footballer of All Time...Top of thread

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I thought the article on the centre pages of The Sun was excellent, factually correct and none of the usual condescending b*ll*cks you normally get about non league football from the mainstream media. The two videos were also excellent and Wrighty seemed to have a genuine empathy for non league football. His interview with Jimmy Quail was great, especially in the way he was able to relate his own FA Cup experiences to Hendons in 1974.

Ian Wright is now one of my favourite footballers of all time. Right up their with Denis Law, David Hyde, Danny Lakey, David Hogwood, Rod Haider, Paul Collett, Peter Anderson, Peter Deadman, Alan Phillips, Bobby Childs, John Swannell, John Baker..........Gary McCann, Eugene, Butler and Cooper, Binsey, Scott Cousins, Leo, the Burgos, the Maclarens, Leon Smith and the entire team who won today and made the most of publicity The Sun are affording the club.

Hendon FC @ Wembley - If the future looks bleak, relive the past

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AC and DD?

By Simon (legacy user)14/9/2014 09:40Sun Sep 14 09:40:20 2014In response to My Favourite Footballer Of All TimeTop of thread

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MD - I'm going to assume that you forgot to mention my two all-time favourite players.

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Re: AC and DD?

By Mallorca Don (legacy user)14/9/2014 17:55Sun Sep 14 17:55:55 2014In response to AC and DD?Top of thread

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I am afraid to say Simon, that there is a big gap in my time supporting Hendon when I only followed them on teletext - apart from watching them on their occasional trips to the west country (Yeovil, Cheltenham, Forest Green and memorably Bath City). It was during this time that I sadly missed AC and DD becoming Hendon legends

Hendon FC @ Wembley - If the future looks bleak, relive the past

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Re: My Least Favourite Footballer of All Time

By mike cox (legacy user)9/9/2014 16:01Tue Sep 9 16:01:43 2014In response to My Least Favourite Footballer of All Time...Top of thread

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That's a shame - I understand he thinks highly of you.

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