What an enormous pleasure to welcome 1950s player Teddy Bowd to The Story of the U's, the Coconuts mini-museum, today.
Teddy, a speedy outside right who was known as the Touchline Terror in his heyday, made his way to the display, which is sited in Cambridge United Supporters' Club. with daughter Jenny Free and son-in-law Graham Free.
They were welcomed by Coconuts volunteer and committee member Rodney Slack, whose United career started a decade after Teddy's debut. The two ex-pros have been firm friends for many a year.
Teddy signed for the U's in 1952 and went on to make 98 first-team appearances and score 13 goals.
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