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Thread: Everton Cup 1977 , modern fitness techniques with CCFC

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    Everton Cup 1977 , modern fitness techniques with CCFC

    Paul Went , Derek Showers

    Hard nuts

    Probably on sloper road after the game


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    4 Cardiff born players in that clip, Dwyer, Sayer, Giles & Attley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by splott parker View Post
    4 Cardiff born players in that clip, Dwyer, Sayer, Giles & Attley.
    We had some lumpers and hackers but some skill too

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    I never knew Tony Evans was a Scouser. Albert Larmour "the club's most consistent performer". Why did he have to say that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    I never knew Tony Evans was a Scouser. Albert Larmour "the club's most consistent performer". Why did he have to say that?
    He was an ex cricketer who got the sports presenting job

    I think they used to make things up as they went along

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    I always remember Paul Went as a proper Fatty Arbuckle well over weight but after seeing that clip he looks pretty lean.
    The rest look exactly how I remember them though.
    Great clip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    He was an ex cricketer who got the sports presenting job

    I think they used to make things up as they went along
    Yeah Peter Walker, Glammy and England.

    I don't think these journo/interviewrs are much better now.

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    Great video, thanks for posting that. I wish that game had been televised (there was a strike which prevented it) because Iíd have been able to tell whether our performance and Tony Evansí early goal were really as good as I think they were - my recollection is that we played better against Everton than we did in beating Spurs in Round 3 and were unlucky to lose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    Great video, thanks for posting that. I wish that game had been televised (there was a strike which prevented it) because I’d have been able to tell whether our performance and Tony Evans’ early goal were really as good as I think they were - my recollection is that we played better against Everton than we did in beating Spurs in Round 3 and were unlucky to lose.
    That’s a super video, amazing that they were expecting 40,000 for this game , and segregation was put into a section of the Bob bank. What was Everton’s support that day apparently they had a rough time, but they are well supported so I’m assuming 4,000 plus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWGL1 View Post
    Thatís a super video, amazing that they were expecting 40,000 for this game , and segregation was put into a section of the Bob bank. What was Evertonís support that day apparently they had a rough time, but they are well supported so Iím assuming 4,000 plus?
    Crowd was 35000

    They had 5000 ?

    They had a bad time apparently and were fighting to get back on the coaches

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Crowd was 35000

    They had 5000 ?

    They had a bad time apparently and were fighting to get back on the coaches
    Crowd was probably 40,000 then if the official one was 35,500

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    Did Dave Jones play for Everton in that game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NinianKnight View Post
    Did Dave Jones play for Everton in that game?
    Yes he was 20 years old and played at number 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Crowd was 35000

    They had 5000 ?

    They had a bad time apparently and were fighting to get back on the coaches
    If memory serves me well, which it doesn't always, didn't a group of Everton fans head for Llanrumney after the game, looking for some 'action'? I think they got it, as well. Maybe somebody on here could refresh my memory to the exact details

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    Great find that

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    Quote Originally Posted by splott parker View Post
    4 Cardiff born players in that clip, Dwyer, Sayer, Giles & Attley.
    A great quartet. I've always thought we under sold Attley and Giles. That squad should have kicked on more than it did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Paul Went , Derek Showers

    Hard nuts

    Probably on sloper road after the game

    A great watch. Thank you for posting

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdrianAlston View Post
    A great quartet. I've always thought we under sold Attley and Giles. That squad should have kicked on more than it did.
    Players that bring back fond memories for many of us and two of those four Cardiff boys became friends of mine many years later.

    However, the fact is that the 1976/77 team finished 18th in the Second Division. It wasnít very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Lone Gunman View Post
    Players that bring back fond memories for many of us and two of those four Cardiff boys became friends of mine many years later.

    However, the fact is that the 1976/77 team finished 18th in the Second Division. It wasnít very good.
    Some good players but Jimmy Andrews was not a good manager

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    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    Great video, thanks for posting that. I wish that game had been televised (there was a strike which prevented it) because I’d have been able to tell whether our performance and Tony Evans’ early goal were really as good as I think they were - my recollection is that we played better against Everton than we did in beating Spurs in Round 3 and were unlucky to lose.
    You can find the Duncan McKenzie goal online though. So there was definitely a camera on the Bob Bank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    You can find the Duncan McKenzie goal online though. So there was definitely a camera on the Bob Bank.
    Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=40UoS7YCmy8

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Some good players but Jimmy Andrews was not a good manager
    Jimmy Andrews was our manager, when we became runners up to Hereford in the '76/'76 season. My favourite ever season in supporting City

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    Quote Originally Posted by JumpersforGoalposts View Post
    Keystone kops defending and goalkeeping

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Soul '68 View Post
    Jimmy Andrews was our manager, when we became runners up to Hereford in the '76/'76 season. My favourite ever season in supporting City
    That's not really an endorsement

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    That's not really an endorsement
    Cardiff City scored 5 or more goals more often under Jimmy Andrews than any City manager this millennium bar Alan Cork, Malky Mackay and Lennie Lawrence.

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