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 Forever indebted to the inspiration and talent of: Roland Alphonso, Lloyd Brevett, Tony DaCosta, Rupert Dillon , Don Drummond, Joseph " Lord Tanamo" Gordon, Jerome "Jah Jerry" Haynes, Lloyd Knibb, Tommy McCook, Donat Roy "Jackie" Mittoo, John " Dizzy Johnny" Moore, Jackie Opel, Doreen Shaffer, Lester Sterling.

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Promotion to the top tier of English football saw the club perform poorly, finishing 17th in their first year and 18th in their second. In only their third season of First Division football, Fulham finished rock bottom of the 22-team league in the 1951–52 season , winning only eight of 42 games. On 20 May 1951, Fulham played one of their first ever games in North America in an exhibition match against Celtic at Delorimier Stadium in Montreal in front of 29,000 spectators. [18] [19]

LNAME[ MILLER FNAME[ GEORGE RESID[ ST. THOMAS DATE[ DEC 24, 1853 FILE[ 10 MFNO[ 1374 NOTES[ EXECUTOR: Ann Miller of St. Thomas, widow; James Clark of Yarmouth Township, friend, marked as deceased; Samuel Eccles of London, gentleman - Miller described as an innkeeper - children were: Frederic Quincy Miller; Emma Quincy Miller; Mary Ann Miller; Sarah Miller; Priscilla Miller; Frances Shephard Chisholm, daughter of Ann by a former marriage

Figures are mostly taken from Fulham: The Complete Record by Dennis Turner (published in 2007). UEFA Intertoto Cup , UEFA Cup and UEFA Europa League appearance statistics for the 2002–03 and 2009–10 seasons are taken from Soccerbase , along with all other statistics from the 2007–08 season onwards.

QPR Academy has signed a number of players who have come through TFA in various age groups.….technically of a high quality and played youth football the way we believe it should be, with a smile, good skills and great attitude.....impressed with the support and professionalism of their coaches, and we look forward to welcoming TFA sides to QPR again in the near future.

On 3 May 2012, Brevett died at Andrews Memorial Hospital in St. Andrew, Jamaica at the age of 80. [10] [11] Brevett had suffered a stroke in March, two weeks after the fatal shooting of his son, Okine, one of ten children that he had. [8] [12] He was buried at May Pen Cemetery. [8]

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