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IN MEMORY OF...

...THOSE TOWN SERVANTS WHO DIED ON THIS DAY

January 30

2011
Aged 82

Norman UPRICHARD
Town sold the Irish international keeper for 12 times what they had paid for him in 1949. He ran a bar at Queens University in Belfast for many years before retiring to Hastings.

1993
Aged 73

Alf STEPHENS
One of the Stephens twins, Alf moved to Southern League Dartford. He later returned to his native Tyneside to live at Whitley Bay.

1983
Aged 87

Wally DICKINSON
With Town for seven seasons, Wally retired in 1930 and was later sub-postmaster at Rodbourne Cheney.

1974
Aged 91

Jimmy HOGAN
Seven goals in the space of four days in his first two home games in 1908/09 did not go unnoticed and Jimmy swiftly moved on. He was later relieved of his duties as manager of Fulham, due to 'ill-health', in 1935 - but lived another 40 years !

1968
Aged 93

Wally PRICE
A solicitor by profession, Wally - real name William - had moved to Leicester by 1901. He died in a nursing home on the outskirts of the city, at Syston.

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