Thanks, that was news to me, but I did notice that the photo was from the eighties and yet Kerslake didn't play very much first team football in the UK during that decade (I always associate him with Swindon around the time they made it into the Premier League in the nineties) - generally speaking players used to go to America to play for a club towards the end of their careers back then.took me a while @the other bob wilson but then i stumbled across this
Iam trying to obtain information regarding the UK soccer team QPR playing under the name of the Rowdies, in the "1986 Coca-Cola Classic International...www.bigsoccer.com
Yes Paul. I will add it was a big game for the team he was playing for.Judging by his shirt, the rivalry has to be Sunderland/Newcastle, Southampton/Portsmouth or Sheffield United/Sheffield Wednesday, but, for some reason, I don't think it's the last one - still none the wiser? Was he playing for one of the rivals when he had his injury at Ninian Park?
I’m thinking it’s Sunderland it could well be end of season game when they were going for promotion and bought so many fans they were given all of the ground except for the Bob Bank - still can’t get the player though!Yes Paul. I will add it was a big game for the team he was playing for.