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Old 26-03-2018, 10:55 AM
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Hi thanks for your comment. I married Susan Perry . My parents where June and Ted Large. In my schoolboy days up until joining Palace included Croydon Schools Surrey Schools, London Schools and South East England Schools.
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Old 26-03-2018, 10:59 AM
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Hi you are quite correct with your information. I am amazed that you are so informative.
I also travelled with the first team squad to Wrexham in a pre season friendly .We stayed at the Adelphi Hotel in Liverpool and my romm mate was Phil Hoadly.
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Old 26-03-2018, 11:03 AM
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Yes I was involved but spent the time on the touchline.I had to take my boots home with me that night as I was playing for the Juniors the next day and I travelled home on public transport.
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Old 26-03-2018, 11:07 AM
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Hi thanks for the memories. The 9-1 victory was an amazing game with Southamptons goal coming from a penalty.
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Old 26-03-2018, 11:13 AM
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Chris, your father's name is very familiar. Could be from just reading Advertiser match reports of the time, but I'm sure I'd heard of him before.

What school did he go to? Did he play in goal for Croydon Schools and which Sunday league team, or teams did he play for? Just for curiosity it would be interesting to know how much a week the club were willing to pay him to sign the dotted line. My ball park guess would be about 15 quid.
Hi just an update I did play for Croydon Surrey london and South East England Schools.

I went to Croydon Tecnical School in Pampisford Road.

You are close with your guss, it was 10-00 pounds. With a signing on fee of 250-00 pounds paid at the signing and termination of the contract.
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Old 26-03-2018, 11:22 AM
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Your dad did not make the first team , but did he have a football career after Palace?
Hi. After leaving Palace I played Southern league football but the injury I substained whilt playing with Crystal Palace made it hard to stay in the top flight of football. I moved to Spain where I became the goalkeeper coach to Huercal Overa Almeria, who play in the second division of the Spanish league. I played my last competitive game at the age of 62 savig two penalties in a shoot out.
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Hi just an update I did play for Croydon Surrey london and South East England Schools.

I went to Croydon Tecnical School in Pampisford Road.
I made my goalkeeping debut for Croydon Schools in 1970 at the Pampisford road ground. If memory serves me right I think we played Sutton Boys.
Were you at Palace at the same time as a black lad called Malcolm Beeson?. He never made the first team but did manage a game for Orient before drifting out of the league.
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Hi. After leaving Palace I played Southern league football but the injury I substained whilt playing with Crystal Palace made it hard to stay in the top flight of football. I moved to Spain where I became the goalkeeper coach to Huercal Overa Almeria, who play in the second division of the Spanish league. I played my last competitive game at the age of 62 savig two penalties in a shoot out.
Chris . Move here. We have an over 45's team ,average age 61.5 years and need a keeper.
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