Famous Football Teams At Home 1936

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    Full title reads: "Famous football teams at home. No. 5 Charlton Athletic".

    The Valley Stadium, London.

    A look at Charlton Athletic football team in training - they have jumped from the third to first division in three seasons!

    M/S of team running onto pitch for match. Panning L/S of packed terraces. M/S of trainer, Jimmy Trotter, doing physiotherapy massage on Jack Oaks (centre half).

    C/U of players, Bert Turner and Oaks posing on pitch. Various shots of Turner throwing ball into pitch and kicking ball. C/U of Frank Wriss (sp?) (also Essex cricketer as well as footballer). C/U of players Joe Joplin (sp?) and Don Welsh.

    Various shots of player Boulter, Prior and Turner practising headers (some shots in slow motion). Panning shot along row of centre forwards. C/U of George Tadman. C/U of George Robinson. C/U of Stan Prior. C/U of Les Boulter. C/U of Kag Hobbies (sp?). M/S of Hobbies taking a corner kick. C/U of goalie, Hobbins. C/U of Hobbins' hands. C/U of Hobbins in goal saving the ball. Various shots of practice match at the Valley.

    Note: names of players taken from sound track, no written records available - therefore some names could be incorrect or misspelt. AH 2001.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:02:53:00 / 01:04:49:00
    PT 353
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    PT 353
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    Early Football League Famous Football Clubs - series
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  • "Jack Oaks" should read Jack Oakes.

    "Bert Turner and Oaks" - this is another Oakes, this time Jimmy Oakes.

    "Frank Wriss (sp?)" should read Frank Rist.

    "Joe Joplin (sp?)" should read Joe Jobling.

    "Kag Hobbies (sp?)" - his real name is Harold Hobbis (I don't know why Kag is his nickname).

    "Hobbins" is Sydney Hobbins.

    jamied 25th May 2012

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