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Love him or hate him, I guess we have to thank Bob Lord though for keeping the club in the top flight for so long. I read his book and was impressed by his 'visionary' approach but frustrated by his selling policy.I cried my eyes out more than once though losing the likes of Morgan, Coates, Kindon, James, Dobo and the rest and of course losing Jimmy Mac in the 60s (before my time really) had a profund affect on the town. The only saving grace back them was our phenomenal youth system which like a production line always seemed to have somebody ready to take over, although by 1976 the future stars were drying up

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Date/Time: 04/09/2009 08:24:00


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