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Les Strong

Les Strong

Clubs played for: Fulham, Brentford, Crystal Palace, Rochdale. (1972-1984)




Biography: Owned a successful pub in Mitcham, also hosts the Haynes Lounge at Craven Cottage on match days.

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Strong, Les You used to come into Barclays at Hampton with Frank and chat with me at my desk for ages! I was the ‘Personal Banker’ and worked with Tony Evans.
14-03-23 Sara Harris

Strong, Les My email is

Strong, Les Hi all just seen this. Great names from my past please feel free to contact me Steve. Can’t believe news on Chrissy.
30-10-22 Les

Strong, Les Hi all great names from the past. Be nice to hear from you all. Have nly just seen this site so apologies for the delay. Steve Chelmsford, fill me in please. Les
30-10-22 Les strong

Strong, Les Hi Les we use to play in the flats playground at Stockwell, I was in Cornwallis Court! Your brother went in to the police. Get in touch mate if you have time.

11-06-22 Robert Lench

Strong, Les Hi Les not sure if your will ever see this but I lived in Stockwell, almost next door to you your mum & dad & older brother! We all use to play in the fenced playground although you were younger!
Great to hear how long you had in football playing with some great stars. Keep well mate. Bob, 43 Cornwallis Court!
20-05-22 Bob Lench

Strong, Les Les, did you hear that Chrissy Monk sadly passed away? Please contact if you need to discuss. Regards Steve
02-04-22 Steven Chelmsford

Strong, Les Hi Les. I hope you are well survived these last 2 years. Unfortunatley I lost your contact number as went through nasty divorce. I went to my home in Spain moving to 70s alarming but had severe side effect from covid vacs, so recovering. My grandson was with AFC Bournemouth since he was 6 years old.
My email is
27-01-22 Dr gary weber bsc dc ccsp

Strong, Les Yerself - remember me and thin Irish? We used to drink with you in the Belvedere on many Saturday night then on to the FBI CLUB and play football on Sunday mornings. Get in touch we’ll have a chat.
30-12-21 THE BADGER

Strong, Les Hi Les I used to work at the Duke of Wellington in Eaton Terrace. You use to frequent this pub with George Best in those days I took you out for an Indian in Fulham road we chatted a lot about things and got on well together. Anyway, I live in Chiswick and would love to hear from you and how life is been with you. If you remember me drop me a line. It will nice to hear from you. All the best Les.

08-09-21 Edward Petros my wife’s e mail

Strong, Les Hello everyone, just come across this again. There really are some blasts from the past. Drop me an email before you’re all too old.
07-09-21 Les Strong

Strong, Les Hi les , we went to Beaufort school lambeth walk together , also went to chelsea , always remember when we went to Leicester , you got crushed and we nicknamed you " GARBO " after that
19-08-21 Paul Baker

Strong, Les Hi Les. I went to Holland with Middlesex Wanderers. Yourself and John Lacy were there on that trip. I wish I’d kept in touch with you both. It was in 1977 and I always remembered how professional you both were and also lovely people. I hope you’re well still enjoying life.
09-07-21 Steve Wilkins

Strong, Les Hi Les , how you doing it’s great to see you doing work for Alzheimer’s. Miss all the good times at the Belvedere in Richmond, I still have pictures from the George Best all stars of 1986 when we played at Bognor Regis football club(bonetti/strong/ball/best/morten shot it the post. great times Les and thank you would love to hear from you Les.
23-01-21 Kenny morten

Strong, Les Hi les just came across this page don't suppose you're remember me from Allen Edwards. I can recall you and several other kids including Tony biggs,John boys,Kevin beattie,Gary Webber,Gary sexton,Terry chesney,Keith hopson, I think most of you we're in the football team hope you're keeping well ??
22-11-20 Trevor Letchford

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