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RIP Frank Seward

By Middx Wanderer19/3 13:46Thu Mar 19 13:46:33 2020

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A top player in our side that started the golden era for the club in the late 70's

RIP Frankie

Truely gutted to hear this news

https://www.pitchero.com/clubs/harrowborough/news/frank-seward-2524071.html

Edited by Middx Wanderer at 13:46:57 on 19th March 2020

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Re: RIP Frank Seward

By Earlsmead part-timer19/3 14:16Thu Mar 19 14:16:54 2020In response to RIP Frank Seward Top of thread

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That's terribly sad news .
My condolences to Frank''s family and close friends.

RIP Frankie

A Harrow legend.

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Re: RIP Frank Seward

By TOWN COLOURS19/3 15:04Thu Mar 19 15:04:55 2020In response to Re: RIP Frank Seward Top of thread

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Don't like to hear news like this. Very sad that he died following an operation on his knee - no doubt at least partially sustained playing footy. Was one of those players that gave his all for the club and was a true fans favorite . Scored a great goal in our 3-0 win over Wealdstone in 1977. A memorable game to say the least for me. Was in the promotion winning team of some years later. What memories he and that team bring back in times like this.

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Re: RIP Frank Seward

By Terry19/3 17:18Thu Mar 19 17:18:32 2020In response to Re: RIP Frank Seward Top of thread

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Hello Town Ive Been off line Most of the day but Simon Grigor sent me an email about this Very Sad News.So lm Composing My Thoughts Straight Away From The Heart!
As Child Going To Borough l Remember Frank So Well as he played on The Wing he Would Sometimes Have a Chat with Dad and l on Halfway Just Before Kick off. With His 70s Style Longish Hair a Ready Smile and Just Tremendous Ability at Taking Players on and Crossing a ball Dad and l always Wondered Why he didnt make it in the Pro game as He Was l Believe on QPRs Books as a Youngster.
The Problem was Frank Was So Talented it all Came Easy to him Like Eddie Stein Everything they Did With Style and Time.
Made it Look Easy.
But Maybe When not Having the ball Eddie and Frank got a Bit Bored!
As we know even in the 70s you had to do the ugly side too of chasing back etc.
But l Loved Frank He Was Yes Mecurial Capable of Great Skill.
That Great Goal You Mentioned Town Against Wealdstone When at Last We Beat Them in 1977 3-0 at Earlsmead after all those Years of them Lording over us.
The Goal Frank Scored That Afternoon when He Beat Bowgett&Wainwright and Put it in The Bottom Corner is Still The Best Goal lve Seen at Earlsmead All These Years Later.
Frank Was Mercurial and Magical But Most of all always had a ready smile and a word to say.
Mostly to the ref about the kicks from the Opposition trying to slow Him Down!!!!
Im Very Sad to Hear This News This Afternoon from Simon.
God Rest Frank and My Sincere Condolences to His Brother and Family.
Frank Seward-Boro Legend.

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Re: RIP Frank Seward

By Middx Wanderer19/3 16:52Thu Mar 19 16:52:53 2020In response to Re: RIP Frank Seward Top of thread

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Frankie Sewsrd was a really big part in the rise of Boro.
He joined in 1976, a club with potential & nice new ground but well below other Middlesex clubs in the non league pecking order.

He left us when were on a level with Hendon & Enfield, He played an enormous part in that victory over Wealdstone in 78 that really got the momentum going as we rose up the Isthmian league.

Thanks for the memories Frank.

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Re: RIP Frank Seward

By TOWN COLOURS19/3 15:04Thu Mar 19 15:04:23 2020In response to Re: RIP Frank Seward Top of thread

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