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by Plainmoor78 » 29 Jan 2018, 21:01

The thing is there is some really interesting stuff about kit manufacture in this thread but nobody will be able to find it in future because of the thread title refers to to something else.

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by westyorkshiregull » 28 Jan 2018, 21:39

I would taken the time to cut the relevant information from it but I don't have the scope to do that. The admin guys moved the thread over as it became historical related. New footage this week

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by Plainmoor78 » 26 Jan 2018, 08:02

In all honesty this thread shouldn't have been brought across into the history section. Yes it does contain information of an historical nature but it also contains not historical stuff relating to the current management situation. It would have been better if westyorkshire had taken the time to cull the relevant information from it and present in a new more appropriately titled thread.

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by SuperNickyWroe » 20 Jan 2018, 21:27

Well, the truth is, you not cut out to be the manager of my club, Torquay United FC.
So GO, please GO. NOW.
Thanks.

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by SuperNickyWroe » 27 Nov 2017, 17:11

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by SuperNickyWroe » 17 Nov 2017, 14:01

Mr Owers is at it again....!!!!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/42023620

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by westyorkshiregull » 12 Nov 2017, 19:21

Excellent hector, get you. Though that advert was from the 86/87 season. I've a feeling the tracksuit tops were supplied by coastline on 86/87and indeed the following year the 1st team kit then also then become coastline. I look into it.

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by hector » 12 Nov 2017, 15:28

westyorkshiregull wrote:
10 Nov 2017, 09:04


Couldn't help but be curious why a 2nd kit manufacturer would use an identical kit design. Well indeed it's seems they were the same company in someway shape or form.
I don’t know if they were. Henson also supplied Aston Villa’s kit at the time, and I can’t imagine that a club like Villa was supplied by a Little backstreet operation in Paignton.

What sometimes used to happen, was that the new manufacturer would take over an existing kit design. Pretty sure it has happened to us a few times in the past, probably when there was the policy of not changing a Kit design for at least two years.

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by Jacko55 » 11 Nov 2017, 10:07

No, my brother Keith owned and operated Coastline independently.

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by westyorkshiregull » 10 Nov 2017, 09:10

That last piece of from the 1986 -1987 season while they were playing in the Henson yellow kit. Now I'm curious weather or not coastline perhaps supplied part of kit ? Maybe coastline was the training tops ? If anyone is interested then get on the case i will be divulging in my archive for evidence.

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by westyorkshiregull » 10 Nov 2017, 09:04

hector wrote:
28 Oct 2017, 04:49
Coastline didn’t come until the season of Cyril Knowles.

Dave Webb used a company called OSCA for the infamous ‘Chelsea’ Kit, which was a
Blue version of the red OSCA Kit A.F.C. Bournemouth had when Webb was there.

The yellow kit that we had when Webb left was initially produced by Henson during the “Real Great Escape” year of 87 to then be - exact same design - produced by Coastline who were a tiny operation based in Paignton.

They provided our kits for the next two seasons before we became a little more professional and had Ribero in 90/91.
Couldn't help but be curious why a 2nd kit manufacturer would use an identical kit design. Well indeed it's seems they were the same company in someway shape or form.
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by westyorkshiregull » 10 Nov 2017, 08:45

Jacko55 wrote:
28 Oct 2017, 10:14
COASTLINE was owned by my brother Keith Jackman. He was from Brixham and his small factory was based in Winner St Paignton. He was well chuffed when the lads ran out at Wembley in the Sherpa Van trophy v Bolton wearing the special kit he made!
And here is the advertisement
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by westyorkshiregull » 09 Nov 2017, 22:51

Interesting merse. Perhaps this needs to be moved to history thread admin people. I've got some stuff to upload tomorrow to history thread so keep eyes out people. Just some snippets out of some old newspapers I've had my dad post me up from his loft !! Got a nice little bit from 1989 with Eric Webber and don mills wishing torquay well at Wembley in sherpa van.
Great reading merse. It's a wonder why mccauley never did buy us , that board was worth a a few quid.

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by merse btpir » 09 Nov 2017, 22:31

I see where you're coming from now; yes MacCAuley was as was Robert Daniel; whilst the majority of the old board were accorded honorary life membership.

McCauley was so wealthy he could have bought the club out of his pocket money but it was not to be and eventually it was to end up the property of another very autocratic man; Mike Bateson. Wealthy himself; but not in McCauley's league!

Daniel was very wealthy too; having made his money from his cash & carry in Millbay Docks and some of the burgeoning number of supermarkets that are now the domain of the Tescos etc of this world that were springing up around Devon. He was a shrewd wheeler-dealer but I always recall the story I heard Malcom Allison tell of how he managed to successfully lie to him that Tony Book was only 25 and not the 30 he actually was when getting the money out of him to sign the outstanding non league player of the day from Bath City.......Daniel had the last laugh though; selling him to Manchester City by then managed by Allison but insisting because the player was 'actually five years younger than his public age' City had to pay a good bit more for him than they initially offered.

Daniel was an FA councillor too and used that position to secure a number of internationals for Home Park and the FA convention for Torbay. He used to love the drive over the moors from his Roborough home in his Roller for Saturday evening games and it was Tony Boyce who persuaded them both to join the board.

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by westyorkshiregull » 09 Nov 2017, 21:08

No merse I meant dan mccauley. Looks as those he was a director.. .sorry this chat should be on the history bit

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