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Cyrille Regis 08:07 - Jan 15 with 8084 viewseastside_r

RIP.

59 Too young.

Great Player.
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Cyrille Regis on 08:11 - Jan 15 with 4347 viewsconnell10

Loved him he was a great player! RIP big man!

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Cyrille Regis on 08:15 - Jan 15 with 4338 viewsrbsranger

Will always remember this goal from my childhood


(sorry don't know how to embed the actual footage)

and of course how Bob Hazell didn't give him a sniff at Highbury in the 82 semi final
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Cyrille Regis on 08:16 - Jan 15 with 4336 viewsWrightUp5hit___

That is so very sad, not just the scariest striker of his era but a very good man as well
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Cyrille Regis on 08:20 - Jan 15 with 4321 viewsstowmarketrange

That’s a real shock.I remember him scoring some fantastic goals in his career.That is 2 of the 3degrees gone far too young.RIP Cyrille.
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Cyrille Regis on 08:24 - Jan 15 with 4296 viewsDiscodroids

One of the True greats. I'm Still boring people into the firmament that If Cyrille was selected as the main striker in the unbeaten 82 world Cup side we would have gone on to win it, Unless Bob Hazell was playing for the Italians of course.

Unplayable blitzkrieg tour de force of a player in his Prime.

I hope Cyrille is settling in for the long nap. By the light of his new sun.

RIP.and gawd bless you big man.

'Dance At My Party'.

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Cyrille Regis on 08:37 - Jan 15 with 4260 viewswestberksr

Terrible news, what a great striker & always seemed a genuine nice guy

RIP Cyrille
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Cyrille Regis on 08:39 - Jan 15 with 4253 viewsngbqpr

Great player. Great man. That's so sad, no age at all.

One of those players that fans of EVERY club respected.
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Cyrille Regis on 08:53 - Jan 15 with 4206 viewsJAPRANGERS

59, that's no age to leave us. Truly a great player of his era.

RIP
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Cyrille Regis on 08:55 - Jan 15 with 4203 viewsBostonR

A battering ram of a centre-forward who was also very skillful. He was also supremely fit and would not look out of place in the Premier League if he was playing in this age. A sad loss RIP.
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Cyrille Regis on 08:55 - Jan 15 with 4200 viewsMrSheen

Cyrille Regis on 08:39 - Jan 15 by ngbqpr

Great player. Great man. That's so sad, no age at all.

One of those players that fans of EVERY club respected.


Except for the morons who threw bananas at him during our semi at Highbury. A fantastic explosive striker, RIP, thanks to him and Laurie Cunningham for that 5-3 win at Old Trafford.
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Cyrille Regis on 09:09 - Jan 15 with 4155 viewssexton

Only 5 England caps as well.

Big Bob Hazell's snuffing out of Cyrille in the 82 semi was one of the great Rs performances I've seen.
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Cyrille Regis on 09:12 - Jan 15 with 4143 viewsCamberleyR

Cyrille Regis on 08:24 - Jan 15 by Discodroids

One of the True greats. I'm Still boring people into the firmament that If Cyrille was selected as the main striker in the unbeaten 82 world Cup side we would have gone on to win it, Unless Bob Hazell was playing for the Italians of course.

Unplayable blitzkrieg tour de force of a player in his Prime.

I hope Cyrille is settling in for the long nap. By the light of his new sun.

RIP.and gawd bless you big man.


I'm in agreement with you Disco. Greenwood was fixated though on his Mariner/Woodcock partnership which often was about as threatening as Hinge & Bracket playing up front.

RIP Big Cyrille

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Cyrille Regis on 09:13 - Jan 15 with 4132 viewsstevec

Loved watching big Cyrille terrorise defences, a proper centre forward.

59, bloody hell. RIP
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Cyrille Regis on 09:14 - Jan 15 with 4131 viewsBrightonhoop

Met him twice, once with Sir Les at Hayes for a charity match and once for a Jamaica friendly at Watford. He was gentleman off the field as well as one heck of a force on it.

Bit stunned to be honest. Way too young.

RIP Big Man.
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Cyrille Regis on 09:19 - Jan 15 with 4114 viewsMick_S

We stood in front of him at a Roy Ayres concert many years ago. Seemed a very decent man.

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Cyrille Regis on 09:26 - Jan 15 with 4089 viewspaulparker

my old man hated any footballer who wasn't Rodney marsh or the morgan twins but he used to wax lyrical about Regis and how Rangers should sign him
he was Les before Les , and DD is bang on should have been in the England 82 squad instead of Brooking or Keegan
my memory of him was Bullying our defence in a Friday night game against Coventry around 87, it was Tony Roberts debut, Rangers had gone one up before Regis bossed the 2nd half and the young Roberts , we lost 2-1 , it was a masterclass in how to be an effective striker
RIP to the big man

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Cyrille Regis on 09:33 - Jan 15 with 4066 viewsPlanetHonneywood

One of those players who transcended petty club rivalries. You'd have had him in your side any day of the week!

I will never forget his epic battle with Bobby Hazell on 3 April 1982.

Utter legend and seemingly a decent man. Very sad news.

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Cyrille Regis on 09:55 - Jan 15 with 4011 viewsterryb

RIP Cyril.

The West Brom trio had a positive effect on how black players were treated in football, by their charisma as well as their talent.

Bob Hazel was prasing Cyril completely on the recent Loftus Road podcast. He will be very upset with this news.

Thank you Cyril for the memories.
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Cyrille Regis on 10:00 - Jan 15 with 3998 viewsrichranger

Was another 'local' we missed - he grew up in Stonebridge and went to school in Harlesden. He signed for West Brom from Hayes - whom we bought Les Ferdinand from.

RIP Cyrille
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Cyrille Regis on 10:01 - Jan 15 with 3996 viewsW7Ranger

RIP big Cyrille.
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Cyrille Regis on 10:14 - Jan 15 with 3959 viewsflynnbo

Terribly sad news. Had all the attributes associated with what a centre forward should be, in my opinion. RIP big fella-far too young.
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Cyrille Regis on 10:22 - Jan 15 with 3933 viewsSimonJames

Sad news. Great player, dignified man. RIP

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Cyrille Regis on 10:24 - Jan 15 with 3920 viewsBoston

Top,top player who should have had a bucket load of England caps.

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Cyrille Regis on 10:31 - Jan 15 with 3896 viewsbosh67

By all accounts a wonderful human being and of course a great player. RIP. Too young.

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Cyrille Regis on 10:38 - Jan 15 with 3879 viewsBrightonhoop

Cyrille Regis on 10:00 - Jan 15 by richranger

Was another 'local' we missed - he grew up in Stonebridge and went to school in Harlesden. He signed for West Brom from Hayes - whom we bought Les Ferdinand from.

RIP Cyrille


indeed, it was seeing Regis progress so well that set Hayes Chairman initiating the sell on clause for Sir Les when we bout him for £50,000 from Hayes.
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