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    Fred Jardine

    Posted by RonManager on 9/10/2019, 7:11:13

    Sadly it seems the original post below about Fred passing away is correct, his nephew has posted on Facebook that Fred has died following a prolonged illness. Like many Fred would have been in the first Luton team I ever saw play and was often seen around town, sad day.

      Re: Fred Jardine

      Posted by harrywalden on 9/10/2019, 12:40:27, in reply to "Fred Jardine"

      A member of Alan Brown's famous 'White Heather Club' in 1967/68, one of my most enjoyable seasons in more than 60 years as a hatter.

      Pleasure to see him play and to be served by a legend in John Popes some years later.

      RIP Freddie

        Re: Fred Jardine

        Posted by Andy Cappucino on 9/10/2019, 11:57:05, in reply to "Fred Jardine"

        Another sad loss, RIP

          Re: Fred Jardine

          Posted by charlatans spivs and thieves on 9/10/2019, 8:18:41, in reply to "Fred Jardine"

          Great player for the Hatters, a very effective attacking full back. Watched his whole Luton career.


            Re: Fred Jardine

            Posted by Hatter in Asia on 9/10/2019, 8:29:19, in reply to "Re: Fred Jardine"

            One of Lutons greats, loved watching him play...

            Re: Fred Jardine

            Posted by Give it to Weller on 9/10/2019, 7:50:25, in reply to "Fred Jardine"

            My dad used to drink with Fred at a pub on Biscot Road just along from the Coop, it probably doesn't exist now.
            I met him a few times and he was a very nice person.
            RIP Fred

              Re: Fred Jardine

              Posted by Ron on 9/10/2019, 9:18:35, in reply to "Re: Fred Jardine"

              Yeah the britania

                Re: Fred Jardine

                Posted by J Block OAP on 9/10/2019, 8:04:53, in reply to "Re: Fred Jardine"

                Sad news for us from a certain generation who grew up watching Fred converted from a left winger to an attacking full back. Later worked in John Pope in Dunstable Road and always happy to chat about football.

                RIP Freddie.

                  Re: Fred Jardine

                  Posted by JR Hartley on 9/10/2019, 9:32:58, in reply to "Re: Fred Jardine"

                  A regular walker around Leagrave recently. Member of a compact back four in my first full season 67/68 with Dougan, Branson & Moore. RIP

                    Re: Fred Jardine

                    Posted by HeathHatter on 9/10/2019, 9:51:13, in reply to "Re: Fred Jardine"

                    67/68 was my first season too. Fred Jardine was part of that unforgettable era and his name will always bring back happy memories for those of us of a certain age. RIP.

                    Re: Fred Jardine

                    Posted by Nearly a Genius on 9/10/2019, 8:53:38, in reply to "Re: Fred Jardine"

                    RIP.

                      Re: Fred Jardine

                      Posted by Since 57 on 9/10/2019, 9:05:55, in reply to "Re: Fred Jardine"

                      Watched him play many times and very good he was. Chatted to him on a few occasions in John Pope OAP.A lovely man. R.I.P.

                        Re: Fred Jardine

                        Posted by LuskHatter on 9/10/2019, 12:41:55, in reply to "Re: Fred Jardine"

                        That's sad to hear, RIP Fred!!!

                          Fred Jardine

                          Posted by HattersinBrisbane on 9/10/2019, 22:27:17, in reply to "Re: Fred Jardine"

                          Very sad to hear about the passing of our good friend Fred. He was a neighbour of ours and he was such a kind and generous man, a big loss. Our deepest sympathies to his family. We will miss you Fred. RIP x

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