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JLAP 10:51 Tue Dec 10
Jim Smith Brown Bread
79

RIP

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ted fenton 1:28 Wed Dec 11
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collyrob 11:24 Tue Dec 10
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Disrespectful thread title


R.I.P.

Lee Trundle 11:24 Wed Dec 11
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Apparently you could turn his head upside down and he'd look exactly the same.

Seemed a decent bloke. RIP

tanman 11:18 Wed Dec 11
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As said down below, he looked old when he bossed Oxford in the 80s, he oversaw a good side there too with Aldridge, Houghten etc. Overall he had a great career.

normannomates 2:28 Wed Dec 11
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Lily 11.54
Indeed my friend

normannomates 2:27 Wed Dec 11
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Always liked this Man.. Rest in peace

SDKFZ 222 1:19 Wed Dec 11
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Here we go, just found it:

https://youtu.be/bFpj70KfK1k

SDKFZ 222 1:13 Wed Dec 11
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Mad Dog 11:18 Tue Dec 10

I was at that match and it was one of my favourite ever away matches. I recall that fellow Hammers were all over the ground but I was in the side stand with the official away support.

w4hammer 1:00 Wed Dec 11
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RIP JIM aka the bald eagle

The Stoat 12:29 Wed Dec 11
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RIP

Seemed like a nice bloke, old school manager

davese16 12:11 Wed Dec 11
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moved from canning town to colchester in 1975, colchester naturally became my 2nd club, the bald eagle was the manager at cufc at the time, a real football man r.i.p

Far Cough 12:07 Wed Dec 11
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Jim Smith RIP

Another old school manager was Walter Smith, is he still around?

Roby 12:07 Wed Dec 11
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Built a decent side at Derby, he was a good manager.

Asanovic, Sturridge, Eranio and Bilic.

Didn’t realise he was as old at 79 but to be fair he looked old even in the Panini sticker books I had as a kid in the mid 80s.

R.I.P

southbankbornnbred 12:06 Wed Dec 11
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Wonder whether Kevin Brock will join him yet again.


[One for old skool football fans, that. You're welcome!]

On a serious note - a fine manager, a proper football man and a good bloke. RIP Jim Smith.

Iron Duke 12:03 Wed Dec 11
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A good manager and nice bloke. There aren’t many of them left now. John Lyall, Bobby Robson, all gone.

Lily Hammer 11:54 Tue Dec 10
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Good manager, and very decent bloke. He is the other manager mentioned and thanked by Alex Ferguson on page 1 of his autobiography, second to John Lyall.

OccupyGreenStreet 11:53 Tue Dec 10
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Remembered fondly on the South Coast. Had a good team at Portsmouth in the early 90s when I was living down that way. Paul Walsh, Kit Symons, Darren Anderton etc. Good Cup runs in addition to the promotion chase when we edged them.

gph 11:37 Tue Dec 10
Gordon Brown Brown Bread
doesn't really work.

What's the alternative for him and that ilk?

Tomshardware 11:29 Tue Dec 10
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Did a good job with Derby.

collyrob 11:24 Tue Dec 10
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Disrespectful thread title

Mad Dog 11:18 Tue Dec 10
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My main memory of Jim smith was his commentary when west ham beat Swindon on penultimate day of season in 93, scoring enough goals in the process to jump ahead of his pompey side.

When Kenny brown scored the vital 3rd
"And where was the Swindon marking, they were all over the shop, all over the shop'. You could hear the hope draining out of him.

Seemed a decent bloke. Rip

charleyfarley 11:01 Tue Dec 10
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Harry was very fond of him

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