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3 weeks ago

South Bank Cuaco FC

A minute's silence before our matches against Civil Service Football Club and Old Blues on Saturday to remember our Club President and Club legend Colin Ferris who passed away a week ago.

Plenty of more tribute events will be announced shortly.
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A minutes silence before our matches against Civil Service Football Club and Old Blues on Saturday to remember our Club President and Club legend Colin Ferris who passed away a week ago.

Plenty of more tribute events will be announced shortly.

3 weeks ago

South Bank Cuaco FC

Plenty of goals this weekend but the pick of the bunch being this rocket from Raigon Holder for the 5s v Civil Service 5s. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

South Bank Cuaco FC

Great finish in the 6s 4-4 draw v Old Wimbledonians this evening ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

South Bank Cuaco FC

It is with deep sorrow South Bank CUACO Football Club announces the passing of our Club President, former player, friend, mentor, club and grassroots football legend Colin Ferris.

Colin debuted for Borough Polytechnic in 1964, joining our committee in 1971 and was the driving force behind the merger to form South Bank CUACO Football Club in 2001. Colin also became a member of the SAL League Management Committee in 2004, carrying out a huge amount of invaluable work and mentoring many of those currently on the Committee.

Our Club Secretary for so more years and more recently Club President, Colin was a vital member of the Committee, working incredibly hard for the club and bringing enthusiasm and knowledge through good times and bad. Colin inspired and guided and instilled a set of ethics on how the club should be run, still in place today.

Until recently, Colin was at Turney Road every single Saturday, the perfect host for opponents and referees. His lack of presence at the ground will be felt but we, SBC players both past and present and many others who have passed through the games at the ground, will have many fond memories of those days with Colin. It has been emotional to read all the messages we have received on the positive impact Colin made on so many lives.

We are incredibly grateful for everything Colin gave to South Bank CUACO Football Club for over 50 years and moreover we will miss a dear friend, who will never be forgotten.

Thank you for everything Colin.
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It is with deep sorrow South Bank CUACO Football Club announces the passing of our Club President, former player, friend, mentor, club and grassroots football legend Colin Ferris.

Colin debuted for Borough Polytechnic in 1964, joining our committee in 1971 and was the driving force behind the merger to form South Bank CUACO Football Club in 2001. Colin also became a member of the SAL League Management Committee in 2004, carrying out a huge amount of invaluable work and mentoring many of those currently on the Committee.

Our Club Secretary for so more years and more recently Club President, Colin was a vital member of the Committee, working incredibly hard for the club and bringing enthusiasm and knowledge through good times and bad. Colin inspired and guided and instilled a set of ethics on how the club should be run, still in place today.

Until recently, Colin was at Turney Road every single Saturday, the perfect host for opponents and referees. His lack of presence at the ground will be felt but we, SBC players both past and present and many others who have passed through the games at the ground, will have many fond memories of those days with Colin. It has been emotional to read all the messages we have received on the positive impact Colin made on so many lives. 

We are incredibly grateful for everything Colin gave to South Bank CUACO Football Club for over 50 years and moreover we will miss a dear friend, who will never be forgotten.

Thank you for everything Colin.

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An absolute gentlemen and one of the main reasons we are still about as a club. Was there every single Saturday and had a work ethic for the club well beyond what one person should deliver. Gave me so much help and guidance especially in my early years on the committee and we now have to continue his legacy with the club going forward. RIP Colin.

I'm sorry to hear this. I remember Colin from my time with you guys. Pass on my best to his family๐Ÿ’”

A good man, true gentleman. Real Club Patron that gave every player more than a fair chance. Very sad news. Will be remembered and missed in equal measure. His legacy will live on through the Club. ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿพโšฝโค๏ธ

I loved playing for South Bank Cuaco and Colin was always a great presence there, watching our matches. RIP.

RIP Colin you will be sorely missed. It was always a pleasure seeing and talking to you. ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’›

An absolute gentleman and a mighty man. Mr Southbank! Very sad news for us all at Southbank. Sincere condolences to his family.

Heartache with the news of Colin Ferris's passing. His dedication, passion & unwavering commitment to our club & @TheSAL1907 LMC have left an indelible mark on us all. Colin's legacy will live on in the countless lives he touched & the memories he created. RIP, dear friend. ๐Ÿ•Š๏ธ

I've known Colin my entire adult life. A Great football man and a friend. I will miss him RIP

Sad news to hear . Southbank legend . Condolences to his family and Southbank ๐Ÿ’™ RIP Colin

Always polite, always making us feel welcome to south bank, RIP Sir Old Lyonians

A legend and a gentleman. You will be missed sir!

Very sad to read this news - Colin was a great man. He will be missed - thoughts are with his family and friends.

Sad news. RIP Colin

Im so shocked about this news RIP Colin you will be missed my condolences goes out to his close friends and family

Really sad news. RIP Colin. Such a lovely guy and always around Turney Road, so he will be sorely missed.

As a referee, I loved coming to Southbank. Colin was an absolute gentleman and a top bloke, he will be missed

So sorry to hear this news, fond memories of Colin and much love to his family and everyone at SBC ๐Ÿ’ชโค๏ธโšฝ๏ธ

Really sad news. A true gent who will be missed. Always had a smile on his face.โค๏ธ

Rip Colin, Southbank and SAL legend

Really sorry to hear this. Thinking of you all Iain KCHRFC

Rest in peace sir…

RIP Colin.

Very sad to read this. Colin was an absolute gentlemen, kind and always welcoming to everyone at the club. He will be missed. Thoughts are with his family and friends.

Thank you Colin for everything you did. I will miss your face and support on match days.. and telling me to change my socks ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ RIP ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

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