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The Stoat 4:51 Wed Apr 10
Sealey Tower
Upton Gardens block named after our ECWC winner


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D.B Cooper 5:39 Sat Apr 13
Re: Sealey Tower
Might as well call it Saddam Hussain Tower given the area resembles downtown Baghdad.

MikeHammer 3:03 Fri Apr 12
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Terry ... Alan was only 53 when he died of heart related condition ... which also killed nephew Les at the young age of 43

oioi 8:16 Thu Apr 11
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I heard that they're all Dear.......

REALGSA 2:40 Thu Apr 11
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The new residents are virtually all from Surrey, sussex and Cambridgeshire

terry-h 1:18 Thu Apr 11
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Sealey never recovered from a broken leg sustained at Chadwell Heath training ground when accidentally hitting a wooden bench. His football career ended 4 years after his Wembley heroics.

Around the same age as Bobby Moore when he died.

One of the 1965 legends. I hope there's an explanatory plaque at the block of flats for the residents.
I think there is also a block called Lyall House.

tanman 12:53 Thu Apr 11
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His son Anthony was mad keen on dogs, they used to go Romford together all the time. He died very young as did their relative Les unfortunately. I met him once and he seemed a nice, normal fella.

Sven Roeder 11:56 Thu Apr 11
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I doubt any of the residents would have a scooby who he is.
Or that bloke being chaired in that statue up the road

Razzle 11:30 Thu Apr 11
Re: Sealey Tower
Maybe they should name one after Julian Dicks

Lee Trundle 11:25 Thu Apr 11
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Poor HUFFERS.

Tomsdad 11:06 Thu Apr 11
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Didn't Mark Ward have something named after him at East Ham General Hospital?

geoffpikey 6:27 Wed Apr 10
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Are there plans for "Phil Parks"?

Taxi!

joe royal 6:25 Wed Apr 10
Sealey Tower of SPLATS !!!





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