Casdon Soccer

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Alan Ball was in midfield

Bob Latchford my centre forward

And Gordon West in goal.

I was an inside forward

A dashing, flashing super striker

Match winner and wonder player

Loved by all the Everton faithful.

My name was Bobby

A real football player’s name

Every match was a chance to shine

And revel in fame and glory.

Luckily I scored a wonder goal

That won the F.A. Cup

My name went down in history

Loved by all the Everton faithful.

Hours and hours playing games

Winning leagues and matches

Taking Everton to the top

The greatest team in history.

Hopes and dreams

Eternally remembered

In a wonderful football game

Forever treasured.

Written for Poetry Jam

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6 Responses to Casdon Soccer

  1. Mary says:

    Those memories of games played stay in one’s mind and heart forever! Treasures indeed.

  2. Justin Lamb says:

    Excellent. Playing games and pretending to be real players is the stuff childhoods are made of.

  3. brian miller says:

    nice…this reminds me a bit of the vibrating football game i had as a kid…they never went where you wanted them too…ha…

  4. peggygoetz says:

    Wow you were quite the footfall hero! I loved reading this glimpse of your past. What a wonderful memory you have of this key game. Thanks for linking and sorry to be late reading here.

  5. Gabriella says:

    I remember seeing this game but I never played. I enjoyed reading the childhood excitement in your words, Alan!

  6. Sumana Roy says:

    “A dashing, flashing super striker / Match winner and wonder player”…ah these two lines read like dream come true….

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