Burwell Cemetery can be added to the list of sites that are important to Cambridge United supporters and football fans in general.
There lie two of the game's best liked and most respected practitioners: brothers Len and Pat Saward.
Len, who died in March last year at the age of 89, is commemorated by the handsome headstone pictured here. Featuring United's old 'book and ball' crest, it was created by Ivett & Reed of Newmarket Road – a firm with a long history of U's support.
Ultra-talented forward Len played a total of 170 games for United between 1952 and 1958, scoring 43 times. He went on to serve the club behind the scenes as a valued and hard-working member of a phenomenally successful commercial department.
A few yards away lies younger brother Pat, an Irish international 18 times and a stalwart defender for clubs including Millwall and Aston Villa.
Burwell has not often been a place of pilgrimage; it can now claim that distinction.
The latest family to visit The Story of the U's, Coconuts' mini-museum in Cambridge United Supporters' Club, was that of Len Saward, a highly talented forward who made 170 appearances for the U's between 1952 and 1958.
Len also played a vital role in the U's massively successful commercial department in the 1960s, working under manager Dudley Arliss to sell pools tickets across a wide area of East Anglia. The scheme was acclaimed as the biggest in the country, and it helped United to lay the foundations for life in the Football League from 1970.
Len's brother Pat was the better known footballer, playing for Millwall, Aston Villa and Huddersfield and earning 18 Republic of Ireland caps, but there are those who believe Len was the more talented of the two. Now aged 89, he loves to talk about the old days, and he was in his element at The Story of the U's. He was accompanied by Jill Saward, his son Patrick and grandsons Jack and Charlie. We hope to see them all again soon.
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