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Post by DanHayes »

It’s still a long wait until the new seasons starts, so to help the time go a little quicker, tell us your story.
We want to run a series looking back on events or games from down the years.
  • So, what was the game or your life?
  • What are your childhood memories watching the Port?

Hopefully these reflections will have a personal touch and we would be grateful if individual supporters would submit their own stories to feature in the series.
If you would like to get involved, send a voice message to the Port Chat Podcast:

https://anchor.fm/port-chat/message
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It is the fans; past, present and future. Without the fans, there is no club".
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Re: Port Stories

Post by Redrobe fan »

I really enjoyed your interview with Barry Hedley.

I knew that he gave a lot to the Club over a long period, but I didn’t realise the full extent of his contribution.
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