Famous Football Clubs In Training "Birmingham" 1939

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  • "Phil Seal" in text and tags should read Bill Steele.

    Also seen are:

    At 0:17, Ernie Sykes, (who seems to be called "Brush Sykes" by the commentator, possibly a nickname?).

    At 0:19, Don Dearson.

    At 0:25, Frank White.

    At 0:28, Dennis Jennings.

    At 0:30, Charlie Phillips.

    At 0:32, Wilson Jones.

    At 0:35, Fred Harris.

    At 0:37, Owen Madden and Jack Kelly.

    At 0:39, Jackie Bestall.

    At 0:42, Norman Brunskill.

    jamied 27th Feb 2014

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