Do you have any interesting, happy, or humorous memories of Roger?
If so, please let us know and we will be happy to share them with the world!
Your grandad trained me when I went to Faraday Secondary Modern. I left school in 1970.
13-02-22 Gary Jolly
I was a photographer for local papers covering Brentford and Fulham and Chelsea. Paul Prissy (goalkeeper) was a pal but I have a lovely memory of sitting on the touch line watching you play and a nice bloke as well.
06-12-21 Paul hughes
I watched you when you played up front John omara class. I'm not a bees fan I just thought that you where outstanding broke my heart when they sold you to Fulham I didn't go to Brentford anymore you where class Roger how you never played higher I don't no hope your well say safe Adam
10-01-21 Adam rumball
I was Rogers postman when he lived in great notley garden village until I had a stroke at 42 in 07. He was a friendly approachable man who would always have time for a quick chat.
29-12-20 Chris lanham
Hi My dad Alex McEwan used time be the Scottish scout for QPR and later Tottenham during this period he worked with Roger Cross. They developed a good friendship and kept in touch until about 5 years ago whereby my dad lost contact details. My dad is always asking me thru my old football contacts (as I was an average pro between 1986-1996) to get in touch with Roger. My dad will be 83 this year and only last week he asked me again. If someone could let Roger know I will pass on my dads mobile number as he rates Roger really highly? Thanks in advance Alex please see attached email address
08-09-20 Alex McEwan
Roger Cross, for the five years (1968-72) that I attended Faraday Secondary School, used to train our school football squad. I have very fond memories of those days and would dearly like to contact him.
07-09-20 Eric Scanlan
Iâ€™m his grand daughter! He is the best grandad in the world, he has seven other grandkids and has four children. He still loves his football so much and loves exercise.
After being fired as chief scout with West Ham United, today (2014) he works as a scout for Charlton Athletic'
Neilson N. Kaufman, honorary historian - Leyton Orient FC
He is my grandad! I am his favourite grandchild :-)