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cup of tea 5:01 Thu Feb 24
Bobby Moore
Yes the anniversary of the great man's passing is spoken about every year but it needs to be, genuinely one of the greats that need to be remembered forever.

29 years already and I still remember how upset I was when he passed away and also being the only time I have cried over anything football related.

Unfortunately I was too young to see him play live

RIP Bobby a true legend for club and country

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Far Cough 8:48 Fri Feb 25
Re: Bobby Moore
Timmy, I think it might have something to do with the fact that our legend Bobby took the place of their legend Billy Wright as England captain? Hence the mutual respect.

Timmy Breacker 8:41 Fri Feb 25
Re: Bobby Moore
The Wolves home game after he died will live with me forever.

I remember a couple of Wolves fans running from the south bank onto the pitch pre kick off and thinking 'what the fuck are these pricks doing?', before they laid a wreath in the centre circle. I've always had time for Wolves since then.

Roby 7:05 Fri Feb 25
Re: Bobby Moore
Too young by quite a few years to have ever seen him play but our family were at my Nan’s in Canning Town the weekend he passed away.

We walked to the ground and had a look at all the shirts, scarves and flowers and it was very sobering.

Seemed like half the blokes in the east end attended to pay their respects to the great man.

oioi 7:01 Fri Feb 25
Re: Bobby Moore
Top player, top bloke.

El Coucho 1:13 Fri Feb 25
Re: Bobby Moore
For years I thought I had seen him play as my first match was a 4-2 win v Norwich in 1974...turned out he left for Fulham in January and th match I went to was in April...

J.Riddle 10:54 Thu Feb 24
Re: Bobby Moore
Just missed out seeing Peters and Hurst, but saw Bobby and also in a Fulham shirt at Wembley which was strange. RIP.

zico 10:36 Thu Feb 24
Re: Bobby Moore
Noticed today that Bobby passed on John Lyall's birthday!

Both of them ultimate gentlemen and both missed.

arsene york-hunt 4:44 Thu Feb 24
Re: Bobby Moore
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkXZQMzQpio&t=38s

BillyJenningsBoots 4:29 Thu Feb 24
Re: Bobby Moore
I was driving to Suffolk with a work colleague and she thought she'd upset me as I didn't/couldn't speak for about 20 mins..... I was stunned..

Any Old Iron 3:11 Thu Feb 24
Re: Bobby Moore
I'm not ashamed to say that I wept buckets when I heard the news of his passing.

He truly was the greatest.

BillyJenningsBoots 1:08 Thu Feb 24
Re: Bobby Moore
As a 4ish year old brought up in Birmingham I had a poster of him on my my wall similar to this one ... Nobody could tell me when or why I had it but I'd decided at that age to support West Ham while my brothers supported West Brom and Villa...

When he left I took it down heartbroken... I wish I knew what I did with it....

https://ih1.redbubble.net/image.952613211.5879/poster,504x498,f8f8f8-pad,600x600,f8f8f8.jpg

gph 12:37 Thu Feb 24
Re: Bobby Moore
Twice I've had conversations with Germans who had to be reminded who West Ham are.

Mentioning Bobby Moore did the trick.

Far Cough 12:26 Thu Feb 24
Re: Bobby Moore
North Bank 11:53 Thu Feb 24
Re: Bobby Moore
My favourite photo of him


Two legends who respected each other

Last Gasp 12:13 Thu Feb 24
Re: Bobby Moore
Like many Bobby was my 1st footballing hero. All schoolboys wanted to play left half at my school. I unashamedly shed a tear at his passing.

RIP Sir Bobby

Northern Sold 12:10 Thu Feb 24
Re: Bobby Moore
That's what is in my legends shed NB... along with this beauty...


North Bank 11:53 Thu Feb 24
Re: Bobby Moore
My favourite photo of him


The Stoat 10:01 Thu Feb 24
Re: Bobby Moore
My footballing hero

God bless him





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