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DOGGER, September 7, 2010 in Main Discussion - Norwich City
Foulkes seems the more likely one then, 87 is a good age.
Footballers on the whole don''t tend to live a great age do they?
[quote user="lappinitup"]Noel Kinsey is 84.[/quote]
Tilly went to school with him[:O]
[quote user="lordyfan"]terry allcock is 76 if he''s still alive. Why not give the club a call?[/quote]
I hope he is. He was leading the procession at Wallers funeral!
[quote user="Sports Desk Pete"]If Reg Foulkes is still alive - and have found no evidence that he isn''t - he''s 87.[/quote]
Maybe the EDP should do an interview with him, being the oldest living player and his memories etc etc?
[quote user="Hairy Canary"]Wikipedia has Bernard Robinson as the oldest surviving player at the time of the centenary cellebrations in 2002 and there is no mention of his passing. Anyone know if Bernard is still with us? He would be 98.[/quote]
Bernard passed away about 3 years ago.The best person to ask who is the oldest remaining Canary would be Kevan Platt the Club secretary as he organised the 59 reunion.
[/quote]Double it and you''re not far out Tilly......as someone else posted he died in November 2004.Time flies when you get to our age......[/quote]
Thanks Graham,just wait until Nutty spots my error he will be all over it like a rash.[;)]
Adam Drury is the correct answer.
Someone who agrees with me. I don''t know what all this deliberation is about, this was an easy one
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