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Been doing a bit of clearing out and I''ve found the following;A programme from our FA Cup semi V Everton at Villa Park.A book titled Keelan - Story of a Goalkeeper and one titles Norwich City - The Division 1 Years.Anyone know if they''re worth anything, is ebay an option?

 

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[quote user="A Load of Squit"]Been doing a bit of clearing out and I''ve found the following;A programme from our FA Cup semi V Everton at Villa Park.A book titled Keelan - Story of a Goalkeeper and one titles Norwich City - The Division 1 Years.Anyone know if they''re worth anything, is ebay an option?

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Love that KK book. Keep it!! Did you read it again? 

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Forgotten he had a book about him.   £9.99 on ebay and amazon.Must get that......Some other interesting KK stuff on ebay too.....testamonial programme and his debut programme against Bury.....Some not very flattering pictures too.....PANINI-TOP-SELLERS-FOOTBALL-74-KEVIN-KEELAN-NORWICH-CITY-No-226

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[quote user="lake district canary"]Forgotten he had a book about him.   £9.99 on ebay and amazon.Must get that......Some other interesting KK stuff on ebay too.....testamonial programme and his debut programme against Bury.....Some not very flattering pictures too.....PANINI-TOP-SELLERS-FOOTBALL-74-KEVIN-KEELAN-NORWICH-CITY-No-226

[/quote]Gene Simmons alternative career?!

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[quote user="nutty nigel"][quote user="A Load of Squit"]Been doing a bit of clearing out and I''ve found the following;A programme from our FA Cup semi V Everton at Villa Park.A book titled Keelan - Story of a Goalkeeper and one titles Norwich City - The Division 1 Years.Anyone know if they''re worth anything, is ebay an option?

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Love that KK book. Keep it!! Did you read it again? 
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Got mine signed by the great man personally. My mum and I took the 511 bus up the city and queued up to meet him in WH Smiths on St Stephens. I think we then went to Key Markets before popping into Belfast Linens and then getting the bus back home.

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[quote user="Drazen Muzinic"]

Got mine signed by the great man personally. My mum and I took the 511 bus up the city and queued up to meet him in WH Smiths on St Stephens. I think we then went to Key Markets before popping into Belfast Linens and then getting the bus back home.[/quote]What a great Norwich expression that is! Haven''t heard it in years.Talking of Key Markets I think Mohammed Ali did an Ovaltine promotion there in ''71.

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[quote user="daly"]Could be wrong but cannot remember JH coming to Norwich[/quote]

which, according to the saying, probably means you were there ;-)

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[quote user="ZLF"][quote user="daly"]Could be wrong but cannot remember JH coming to Norwich[/quote]

which, according to the saying, probably means you were there ;-)[/quote][:D] According to good ol'' Google he played there on 25th Jan ''67. Others who could bang out a tune and also played there included Bowie, Clapton and Rod Stewart.A commemorative plaque was unveiled a few years ago and someone interviewed said he saw Hendricks and claimed to have been a regular there. As he was 11 at the time I suspect he was smoking something stronger than Players No.6.......

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[quote user="......and Smith must score."][quote user="ZLF"][quote user="daly"]Could be wrong but cannot remember JH coming to Norwich[/quote]

which, according to the saying, probably means you were there ;-)[/quote][:D] According to good ol'' Google he played there on 25th Jan ''67. Others who could bang out a tune and also played there included Bowie, Clapton and Rod Stewart.A commemorative plaque was unveiled a few years ago and someone interviewed said he saw Hendricks and claimed to have been a regular there. As he was 11 at the time I suspect he was smoking something stronger than Players No.6.......[/quote]

What you forget is that kids could do stuff on their own or with their mates in the 60s without total parental paranoia hence I saw the Rolling Stones at The Gaumont when I was 9, went to Carrow Road on my own when I was 10 and went to Norwich Speedway with mates when I was 7 - didn''t get bothered by any paedos or Killer Clowns! Yes, Hendrix did play the Orford as did Pink Floyd!

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