Updated: 16-05-22I worked with Alan at North Eastern Motors, Leamington in the 1980s. He was a friend of the manager Ted Handy. He was a good lad, always telling us stories.
Updated: 16-05-22Jack's son Brian is in the residential home I work at in Heacham, Norfolk
Updated: 16-05-22I grew up with Paul in Keswick Avenue. One of my great memories is Paul scoring a goal in The Sun newspaper boys 5 a-side football tournament semi final against Bournemouth. Though we had great days growing up together.
Updated: 16-05-22My first time that I watched Derby County play was in 1967 and two players really stood out for me. One was Ritchie Barker and the other was Alan Durban. What a player he was. I will always remember him coming over to the kids end at the end of the match. He was a fantastic player and man and will never be forgotten by the Derby fans. Long may he live.
Updated: 16-05-22Howard is an old friend from his playing days at Gillingham and Maidstone. Was just wondering how he is?
Updated: 14-05-22World class. Hugely under rated. Saw him leave many international defenders punching the turf in his wake.
Updated: 14-05-22Actually played against him in an over 30 league in N.Y. Went uo to defend him, somewhat aggressively when he stopped and said.."hey...we can play that way if you want." He was a heavy smoker and did so when off the field.