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RIP Kevin Moore

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Ex-Saint died today aged 55. He struggled with pick's disease and required 24/7 care in the lead up to his death.

 

Sad news.

 

RIP Kevin

 

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Indeed. Very sad news. RIP Kevin. Watched him give many a whole hearted and committed display down at the Dell and of course at the ZDS final at Wembley. A true pro.

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RIP top saints defender from my early match going days , fondly remember his goal at Wembley in ZDS cup final and he scored the other great goal in the 4-1 thrashing of Norwich when Le Tiss scored a hat trick in 1989/90

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RIP top saints defender from my early match going days , fondly remember his goal at Wembley in ZDS cup final and he scored the other great goal in the 4-1 thrashing of Norwich when Le Tiss scored a hat trick in 1989/90

 

This, RIP Kevin a top bloke

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A lovely man, always willing to hang around and talk to you. I remember his last game at White Hart Lane after we had been beaten something like 3-0. As he left the pitch he had a last wistful look around the stadium. Sometimes life's just not fair.

 

May he Rest in Peace.

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Probably a little late now but I spoke to the family earlier and they didn't want it made public just yet as he only passed this afternoon and they wanted his friends to be told personally rather than seeing it on sky sports news.

 

Hopefully the media won't latch onto it just yet.

 

Ripmooro

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R.I.P. Kevin. You'll be sadly missed. Sincere condolences to all the family and loved ones.

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Remember him in the late eighties. If we got a corner it was as good as a pen, he always scored from the flick on. He had the whitest ever legs though, of that there is no doubt.

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He was in the room next to my wife's Grandad in the White House until recently - the poor bugger looked terrible and I would say it's a blessed relief in many ways (much like when my mum went last year - I'm not saying that without a similar experience). I did tell him I'd seen him score at Wembley and it got a bit of a reaction - RIP Kev

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RIP Kevin.

 

I was lucky enough to meet Kevin on the pitch at The Dell after our final home game at the end of his first season with Southampton (87-88?); I asked if he had enjoyed his first season with us, a big smile came on to his face as he signed my programme and he commented "loving it here".

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Sincere condolences to the Moore family at the tragic loss of a man so young. Super pro and as mentioned earlier, he got some stunning headed goals from corners. From memory would chip in with 3 or 4 goals a season. Will be fondly remembered by Saints and Grimsby alike.

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Nice nice man, very sad news but i guess a bit of a relief that he is now at peace after an illness that was so hard to cope with. A good solid pro who was the salt of the earth.

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