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Sadly Steve Mc's father passed away yesterday.

Heartfelt sympathies to Steve and his family at this sad time.

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Had the pleasure of meeting Steve Mc's dad couple of years ago. Lovely gentleman. My thoughts are with Steve and his family at the sad time

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Sad News.

My thoughts are with Steve and his family

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I can only echo what's already been posted.

Spelly.

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With deepest respects. RIP

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I'm 99% certain of this, but can someone confirm that this is Jim McCormack, who played for us (Oldham) in the 1960s?

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I'm 99% certain of this, but can someone confirm that this is Jim McCormack, who played for us (Oldham) in the 1960s?

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it It is Afi. On the roughyeds website.Condolences to Steve mac and family.

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Very sorry to hear of Steve's sad news. Having recently lost my father, I can understand to an extent, what Steve and his family are going through. My heartfelt condolences go to them.

How proud must Steve have been at his Dad's achievement in representing a powerful Oldham side? I notice that Vinny Nestor, another former Oldham stalwart, has also passed on. When you think back to what a superb team Oldham (and Swinton) had in those days, it makes you yearn for the 'what goes round, comes round' philospophy, when teams like Oldham, Swinton (and of course Leigh! ;) ) are back on top of the pile!

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