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  1. Mark Grew
    21st January 2021 @ 12:54 pm

    Really sad news, John could turn a game in a second with his brilliant ability, but most of all his smile and personality was what l remember most. My condolences to his family and friends, RIP John top man.

  2. Brian Jones
    21st January 2021 @ 5:50 pm

    Had the pleasure of knowing JJ had many a good night in maxims with all the other port vale players Swanny you were a swine to me so so sad such a nice bloke will be sadly missed
    Reading everybody’s comments so so true

    Just also had sad news this weekend a good friend of mine Snowy Flynn had passed away also such a lovely bloke always made me smile
    God bless both families
    Thing of you all
    Stay strong Ryan
    Love too you all
    Taff ( in Spain)

  3. Andy Porter
    23rd January 2021 @ 7:33 pm

    John was a great friend and I had the privilege of him being my best man at my wedding. So funny, laughing and joking all the time and always had a smile on his face. He was a brilliant, talented and skilful player and a great character also in the dressing room. My thoughts are with Nicky and the family. RIP John.

  4. Tony
    2nd February 2021 @ 11:27 am

    I had the privilege to play football with John ion many occasions when we were young lads in netherley, great memories. Our thoughts are with all of johns family at this sad time. R.i.p John. Tony Daly and family x

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