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Valley Heroes

An occasional series from the pen of David Ramzan. Also on display in the museum as part of the early years history.

Part 1: Albert 'Mosky' Mills

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Comments

  • Wasn't one of these created for Jimmy Seed?

    I seem to remember doing a project at Secondary School during English where I had to pick a subject of my choosing (decided on Charlton Athletic) and do a presentation on the topic, I seem to remember including Jimmy Seed based on this type of cartoon
  • Wasn't one of these created for Jimmy Seed?

    I seem to remember doing a project at Secondary School during English where I had to pick a subject of my choosing (decided on Charlton Athletic) and do a presentation on the topic, I seem to remember including Jimmy Seed based on this type of cartoon

    Dave did a whole series of them over a season in the programme.

    We've used a few in the museum to tell the story of the club a bit more visually and this is the first.

  • Wasn't one of these created for Jimmy Seed?

    I seem to remember doing a project at Secondary School during English where I had to pick a subject of my choosing (decided on Charlton Athletic) and do a presentation on the topic, I seem to remember including Jimmy Seed based on this type of cartoon

    Dave did a whole series of them over a season in the programme.
    Cheers, this must be where I got the cartoon from... Would have been around the 98/99 or 99/00 season if my memory is right
  • how come Hewie hasn't got a nickname like 'Mosky' has?
  • how come Hewie hasn't got a nickname like 'Mosky' has?

    "long John"
  • I went to his funeral in Boston a year or two back.
  • how come Hewie hasn't got a nickname like 'Mosky' has?

    Don't think he ever had a nickname, but if he did, it should have been something to do with his ability to clear the ball over the old West Stand.

  • how come Hewie hasn't got a nickname like 'Mosky' has?

    Don't think he ever had a nickname, but if he did, it should have been something to do with his ability to clear the ball over the old West Stand.

    Long John Hewie
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