John Duncan’s claret and blue army.

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    fans6464
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    Sad news to hear of John dying, a hero to me as my 1st successful iron manager

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    AwaywegoAwaywego
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    R.I.P. JD.

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    Robbed of a promotion by a bad chairman

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    open hearth ironopen hearth iron
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    Without a doubt he was and look what we got in his place

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    Another manager sacked by an ego !

    Mr Wraith couldn’t get on Leeds Utd board and a manager they got rid of he wanted to prove them wrong with was hired. Sadly John Duncan was unfairly sacked to facilitate a previous EGO doing what he wanted.

    RIP Mr Duncan, condolences to his family, friends and colleagues.

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    another fed up fananother fed up fan
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    RIP John

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    Lord KitchenerLord Kitchener
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    RIP John Duncan – A brilliant light in the dark days of the 80’s Iron.

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    He brought some great players in on a nothing budget, Les Hunter, Steve Baines, Noel Parkinson, Andy Keeley etc and got us playing some cracking football, then Wraith spat his dummy out and we lost a real gem in John Duncan. RIP John, thanks for being a great Iron manager and a nice bloke.

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