Robledo brothers plaque

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  1. Artisan-baker-red

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    George was my Dad's favourite player as a kid.
     
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    effing Yorkshire Post advertising, almost impossible to read.
     
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    Likewise with my Dad, George Robledo and Johnny Kelly were his first heroes in red.
     
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    Yes, Kelly as well. Sounds like we had a great team back then. Long before my time, other than a couple of books I've read & my Dad's recollections I don't have any more to go on. I feel I'm lucky watching the Reds since '74 that I've seen some great times & amazing players.My Great Grandad, who was wounded at the Somme & lived to 97 was the worst person to go to the football with in the mid 70's, as he'd seen some great sides & the Iley era was pretty hard work, mostly as so many Barnsley people were getting on coaches to Elland Road & the club had little in the coffers.
     
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    Excellent article.
     
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