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How about Colin Cook, Howard Cole, Arthur Price, Kelven Mullarkey all great characters, be interesting to know what they have done since retirement.

Gary Middleton and Gary Guglielmi are 2 obvious others that come to mind.

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How about Colin Cook, Howard Cole, Arthur Price, Kelven Mullarkey all great characters, be interesting to know what they have done since retirement.

Gary Middleton and Gary Guglielmi are 2 obvious others that come to mind.

 

Howard Cole settled on the East Cost of Australia just North of Sydney.

He became the head of mathematics at a top Sydney High School, and retired last year.

He still has his Wolverhampton accent and regularly attends veteran speedway riders functions in New South Wales.

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Arne Pander - Oxford's first 'Great Dane'.

His first meeting as an unknown -v- Coventry, 27th March 1959, 12 paid 14 points from five rides. Was the Danish Champion at a time when many people didn't know speedway even existed in Denmark.

13 points the next night, paid 14, at Poole, and 13 at Oxford -v- Poole the following week.

After a couple of weeks in Denmark for a family bereavement he returned with 12 points against Belle Vue.

And so on!

Where is he now?

Regards

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Had a think and came up with Alf Busk Steve Regeling ? Kevin Jolly Peter Glanz Jan Andersson and Terry Betts.

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An article on Anders Michanek, what happened to him? And on Arnold Haley too.

 

I would like to see something on both of these.

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As well as Bobby McNeil, would love to see a big articule on Barry Thomas.

 

I too would like to see an article on Barry Thomas.

Would also like to see one on Dave Jessup as he was one of Englands best riders in the seventies.

I know he has the spares van at Rye House now so would be easy to get hold of to do an interview.

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