Sunderland A.F.C. With Bobby Knoxall - Sunderland All The Way FLAC album
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Robert McKenna MBE (24 December 1933–20 July 2009) was an English comedian, better known by his stage name Bobby Knoxall. Knoxall was born in the East End of Sunderland in 1933 and attended St Patrick's School. Illiterate after being expelled from two schools by the age of 12, he obtained a job as a barrow boy selling fruit. Although he was mainly known in North East England, he also toured.
Sunderland established their tactics immediately from the kick-off and refused to be intimidated by their more illustrious opponents, tackling fiercely and defiantly with an unremitting determination. Leeds looked anxious, lacking their usual composure. The match itself was decided by two crucial moments that would be talked about for years to come. After 32 minutes Sunderland took the lead when Vic Halom chested down a corner from Billy Hughes. Assisted by Dave Watson between two defenders, the deflected high ball was controlled by Ian Porterfield who shot home from 12 yards. 5 May 1973 15:00 BST.
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Knoxall recorded Sunderland’s 1973 FA Cup Final record, "Sunderland All The Way". He quit performing owing to ill-health, but made a comeback in 2002. He received an MBE for services to entertainment and charity in 2004. It is estimated he raised at least £1million for charity during his 50-plus years on the stage Knoxall, who suffered from liver and kidney problems, died in July 2009 at Sunderland Royal Hospital. Choose the design that fits your site.
Proud father, proud son,brother Son of the funniest comic Sunderland will ever see RIP Bobby Knoxall MBE! Follow my godson @ TeamGeorge.
Knoxall recorded Sunderland’s 1973 FA Cup Final record, "Sunderland All The Way". It is estimated he raised at least £1million for charity during his 50-plus years on the stage. His autobiography, Stand Up!, was released in 2003. Knoxall, who suffered from liver and kidney problems, died in July 2009 at Sunderland Royal Hospital.
|A||–Sunderland First Team Squad With Bobby Knoxall||Sunderland All The Way|
|B||–Bobby Knoxall||I'm Feeling Happy|
- Arranged By – Bob Hartley
- Producer – Barry Gout
- Written-By – Mick Blake
NotesSunderland A.F.C. 1973 F.A. Cup squad release
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|RCA 2362||Sunderland A.F.C. With Bobby Knoxall||Sunderland A.F.C. With Bobby Knoxall - Sunderland All The Way (7", Single)||RCA Victor||RCA 2362||UK||1973|