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Far Cough 5:30 Sun Nov 15
Ray Clemence
RIP

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Northern Sold 5:21 Mon Nov 16
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lowermarshhammer 11:14 Mon Nov 16
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Northern Sold 1129


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Top banana mate

cholo 5:17 Mon Nov 16
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Must be the most decorated English goalkeeper of all time (thanks to his distinguished spell at Liverpool).

Incredible to think he played 665 games for the scouse then went on to make almost another 250 for that other team.

RIP Ray, you were one of the greats for 14 years.

The Postman 5:04 Mon Nov 16
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RIP RAY MONDO.
After hurting is back. (Four times in one match). On his home Debut for spuds . 2nd September 1981.
He was never quite the same..
Rather CROSS he was too

Russ of the BML 11:40 Mon Nov 16
Re: Ray Clemence
One of my father in laws heroes.

He was gutted at the weekend.

RIP Ray.

lowermarshhammer 11:14 Mon Nov 16
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Sven Roeder 10:23 Mon Nov 16
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Northern
I guess that save made up for this one in 1976 v Dalglish at Hampden

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZgvgOxVzSMw

Lato 8:53 Mon Nov 16
Re: Ray Clemence
Yeah one of the best no doubt....RIP Ray Clemence.

Northern Sold 11:29 Sun Nov 15
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I remember Ludo making a similar save at Pompey December 1990.....only he pushed it round the post!

Manuel 3:10 Mon Nov 16
Re: Ray Clemence
Heard/read a few snippets down the years that old big nose wasn't the nicest bloke in the world, but sad news all the same.

On a footballing front, Neville and Jennings were better keepers than Shilton and Clemence. As was Seaman.

Babelman 2:40 Mon Nov 16
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RIP..

Northern Sold 11:29 Sun Nov 15
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Remember one save v the Jocks ... 1979?? Shot took a deflection off Dave watson... Clemence was already going the original direction when suddenly he somehow twisted his body and somehow tipped it over... one of the best saves I have ever seen...

lowermarshhammer 11:23 Sun Nov 15
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Not many better than Clemence at the art of coming off the line with an attacker bearing down on goal.

RIP

Northern Sold 10:46 Sun Nov 15
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For me was better than Shilts late 70's early 80's.. a superb keeper... but what a time that was for stoppers... chuck in Corrigan and Parkes and quite a foursome that ...

RIP Clem

Westham67 10:34 Sun Nov 15
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RIP Ray Clemence

BigLump 10:06 Sun Nov 15
Re: Ray Clemence
Had a real privilege to spend the afternoon in his company last year at SHL (the 1-0 Antonio game).

Was a real Gent and only too glad to talk with you rather than at you like some pro's.

Had some great stories about players past and present.

RIP

blueeyed.handsomeman 9:52 Sun Nov 15
Re: Ray Clemence
one of the few of our post ww2 who would be a regular for england in the past 20 years,

A GREAT KEEPER AND A FINE GENTLEMAN AND SPORTSMAN.

RIP RAY

roltrader 8:23 Sun Nov 15
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RIP

roltrader 8:23 Sun Nov 15
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...strange fact, my parents bought his bed for me .

wanstead_hammer 8:05 Sun Nov 15
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Yeh, was always competing with shilton for the plum job.
Took the volleyed goal kicks like a bit of a tart but was a great keeper.
RIP

cygnet 7:41 Sun Nov 15
Re: Ray Clemence
He was the first keeper confident I was aware of who would play as a sweeper behind his defence. They could push further upfield confident he would intercept passes played in behind them.

Far Cough 7:38 Sun Nov 15
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The best goalkeeping performance I saw at Upton Park was another Liverpool keeper, Tommy Lawrence, we were peppering their goal with everything and Lawrence or the Flying Pig as he was known somehow kept them all out, either by his hands or off his head or his fat arse, I think it ended up a draw. Shankly had him MotM

arsene york-hunt 7:26 Sun Nov 15
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Once watched him at UP putting in the best goal keeping performance I had ever seen. They were always an bunch of jammy cunts.

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