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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by robcentral, Oct 18, 2019.
Happy 80th Mr Houghton, born 18th October 1939.
What a great guy
A complete diamond of a man. Was genuinely taken aback by his kindness and friendliness when I interviewed him for my book (and pretty much everyone I interviewed was kind and friendly). A legend on and off the pitch.
Lovely man, and wonderful player, great passer of the ball in his prime. My cousin E mailed me today to tell the of his birthday as she lives next door to him.
Many happy returns Ken, may there be many more of them.
Yes, good player. Always thought he was a bit overshadowed by the glory boys, Chillo, Waggy and Butler.
Happy Birthday Ken. Have a great day. A great stylish player on a forward line that I always considered a unit.
Used to nick penny sweets from his shop on Chants Ave.
I used to nick handfuls of Panini 1979 stickers.
I suspect he had more assists in creating goals than any other player in the League in the mid-late '60s. Not to mention his impressive 1:3 goal/game played career record. Creative midfield genius in my eyes.
Many Happy Returns Ken H.
True City Legend. Happy 80th Ken
Happy Birthday Ken. And thanks for the memories. Here's to many more.
did,nt ken houghton once loosen one of the uprights with a shot.
gaining him the knickname HOT SHOT HOUGHTON??
I had a friend who did that once and we called him screw loose....people approached him with caution
I wonder how many HCAFC players recent and current we'll be referring to as legends when they're 80 .... I say we, I mean you, as I won't be here...