1958 - 1978
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Have just been told about this excellent website. Congratulations ! This brought a tear to my eye today. Great pictures from the past .. not enough of me though!
I have some other earlier Handbooks and Guardian reports which I will be pleased to send. Andy Manston
Just found the Walthamstow Rangers site. Sat for about an hour looking through the various sections, it brought back some very fond memories. The Rangers were a very positive factor on my football career, so thanks to all those involved especially Colin Arnott who was the manager of our team. Once again many thanks. Bobby Wiles
Great to come across this website. It brought back some wonderful memories. Dave Stocker
Thanks for the website, my wife came across it while searching my surname. It brought back lots of happy memories of playing for the club from the U13s in 1963/64 onwards, I moved to the Monoux School in 1962/3. After all these years I still have my old shirt, medals and a copy of the team photograph shown on the website. Reading the section on the Tours I remember vividly going to Belgium and ended up coming home with a walking stick and broken ankle as a result. My mother who is 94 still uses that stick! It would be great to hear from any of the others from Monoux and Walthamstow Rangers at that time period. Thanks once again for all your efforts, it is very much appreciated. Mike Titheradge
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What a find, great site. Well done to all. George Berryman
What a trip down memory lane. I was great mates with John Pitman and went to a few Rangers matches in my early teens both went to George Monoux. Lost touch after I joined the Army and moved from Walthamstow, although I often wonder how he is. I believe he became a brickie. I then noticed Andy Manston who I went to St Andrew school with, my late father used to say he was a great little footballer just hope he grows a little. A few other names ring a bell Watts and Notley for example. Great site love it. Ian Houlsham
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