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Abide in Him – Dr. Wally Davis

Preach the Bible: Classics

Dr. Wally Davis preached a message entitled, "Abide in Him." We hope you enjoy this classic sermon from a great preacher of the past. Visit classics.preachthebible.org for more gospel messages.

35mins

28 Sep 2021

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The Call of Courage Not Convenience – Dr. Wally Davis

Preach the Bible: Classics

Dr. Wally Davis preached a message entitled, "The Call of Courage Not Convenience." We hope you enjoy this classic sermon from a great preacher of the past. Visit classics.preachthebible.org for more gospel messages.

40mins

23 Jul 2021

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The Promises of God – Dr. Wally Davis

Preach the Bible: Classics

Dr. Wally Davis preached a message entitled, "The Promises of God." We hope you enjoy this classic sermon from a great preacher of the past. Visit classics.preachthebible.org for more gospel messages.

44mins

28 May 2021

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The Steps Toward Spiritual Destruction – Dr. Wally Davis

Preach the Bible: Classics

Dr. Wally Davis preached a message entitled, "The Steps Toward Spiritual Destruction." We hope you enjoy this classic sermon from a great preacher of the past. Visit classics.preachthebible.org for more gospel messages.

46mins

15 Apr 2021

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Stones of Remembering – Dr. Wally Davis

Preach the Bible: Classics

Dr. Wally Davis preached a message entitled, "Stones of Remembering." We hope you enjoy this classic sermon from a great preacher of the past. Visit classics.preachthebible.org for more gospel messages.

52mins

5 Feb 2021

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It Is Well – Dr. Wally Davis

Preach the Bible: Classics

Dr. Wally Davis preached a message entitled, "It Is Well." We hope you enjoy this classic sermon from a great preacher of the past. Visit classics.preachthebible.org for more gospel messages.

51mins

13 Nov 2020

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The Night Cometh – Dr. Wally Davis

Preach the Bible: Classics

Dr. Wally Davis preached a message entitled, "The Night Cometh" We hope you enjoy this classic sermon from a great preacher of the past. Visit classics.preachthebible.org for more gospel messages.

30mins

2 Oct 2020

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Why Will Ye Die? – Dr. Wally Davis

Preach the Bible: Classics

Dr. Wally Davis preached a message entitled, "Why Will Ye Die?" We hope you enjoy this classic sermon from a great preacher of the past. Visit classics.preachthebible.org for more gospel messages.

37mins

25 Aug 2020

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Achtung! Millwall History - Jack Cock and Wally Davis

Achtung! Millwall Podcast

A new series in which Millwall fan and journalist Neil Fissler discusses two early Millwall Athletic pioneers - Jack Cock and Wally Davis - with yours truly ...SHOW NOTESJack Cock MM (and mentioned in dispatches)1893-1966 - born Hayle, Cornwall (north coast - near Penzance)115apps 77 goals 1927-30Held Millwall’s top scorer record with 77 goals until 1973 (overtaken by Derek Possee)Signed from Plymouth - previously with Huddersfield & ChelseaThird Division South championship winner 1927-28 scoring 25 goalsMillwall manager 1944-48Manager of the 1945 War Cup final sideRelegation 1948 - led to Cock retiring to run the White Hart at New Cross GateCurrently fifth in the Lions all time scorers list behind: Neil Harris, Teddy Sheringham, Steve Morison, Derek Possee and then Jack Cock.Signed for the Lions late in his career aged 34Played prior to WW1 for Brentford and HuddersfieldDecorated for ‘’Bravery in the Field" and Mentioned in Despatches for "gallantry". He was reported as 'missing, presumed dead' at one point during the warOne of the top goal scorers in the Football League - Brentford, Chelsea, Everton, Plymouth then Millwall .Twice capped for England 1919-20 v Ireland and Scotland. He made his England debut against Ireland in 1919, and opened the scoring after 30 seconds, which is currently the third-fastest timed England goal of all time. Owing to his good looks and a tenor voice, Cock appeared on the music hall stage numerous times (during his playing days, he was known for singing before entering the pitch). He also starred in several films, including "The Winning Goal" (1920) and "The Great Game" (1930).Wally Davis - 1888-1937Born - MoldWalter Otto Davis - his second name came from a German soldier who was a friend of his father.Family moved to London as a childHis father served as Mayor of West Ham 1920-21His brother died playing football - parents forbade him playing.But he took it up in the pre WW1 army - serving in Gibraltar Played for Metrogas non league 1911 on leavingTurned pro for  Millwall 1911-20 - 113 apps 65 goalsWelsh international - 5 caps 1 goalDavis was a deadly finisher, with exceptional speed and ball control and in the 1912–13 season, he emerged as a "goalscoring sensation" and soon attracted "fabulous offers" from Football League clubs.1914 FACup v Bradford City - The goal he scored against Bradford was considered by many to be the best ever scored at The Den and was described by the national papers as a "wonder goal"; he received the ball from a throw-in around the half-way line, sidestepped his marker, beat both full-backs and then slipped the ball past the keeper into the net.During WW1 Davis served in Italy with the Bedfordshire Regiment where he incurred injuries to his legs. During the war he occasionally turned out for Millwall, including in a match against Clapton Orient in which he scored a hat-trick wearing army boots.Davis was forced to retire from football early in 1919 as a result of an injury to his knee and took up employment as a groundsman with Chelmsford before working as a labourer in the London docks.He was found drowned in Bow Creek on 20 May 1937 in mysterious circumstances as he was a strong swimmer. The coroner’s jury recorded an open verdict.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

22mins

12 Jun 2020

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Achtung! Millwall History - Jack Cock and Wally Davis

Achtung! Millwall Podcast

A new series in which Millwall fan and journalist Neil Fissler discusses two early Millwall Athletic pioneers - Jack Cock and Wally Davis - with yours truly ...SHOW NOTESJack Cock MM (and mentioned in dispatches)1893-1966 - born Hayle, Cornwall (north coast - near Penzance)115apps 77 goals 1927-30Held Millwall’s top scorer record with 77 goals until 1973 (overtaken by Derek Possee)Signed from Plymouth - previously with Huddersfield & ChelseaThird Division South championship winner 1927-28 scoring 25 goalsMillwall manager 1944-48Manager of the 1945 War Cup final sideRelegation 1948 - led to Cock retiring to run the White Hart at New Cross GateCurrently fifth in the Lions all time scorers list behind: Neil Harris, Teddy Sheringham, Steve Morison, Derek Possee and then Jack Cock.Signed for the Lions late in his career aged 34Played prior to WW1 for Brentford and HuddersfieldDecorated for ‘’Bravery in the Field" and Mentioned in Despatches for "gallantry". He was reported as 'missing, presumed dead' at one point during the warOne of the top goal scorers in the Football League - Brentford, Chelsea, Everton, Plymouth then Millwall .Twice capped for England 1919-20 v Ireland and Scotland. He made his England debut against Ireland in 1919, and opened the scoring after 30 seconds, which is currently the third-fastest timed England goal of all time. Owing to his good looks and a tenor voice, Cock appeared on the music hall stage numerous times (during his playing days, he was known for singing before entering the pitch). He also starred in several films, including "The Winning Goal" (1920) and "The Great Game" (1930).Wally Davis - 1888-1937Born - MoldWalter Otto Davis - his second name came from a German soldier who was a friend of his father.Family moved to London as a childHis father served as Mayor of West Ham 1920-21His brother died playing football - parents forbade him playing.But he took it up in the pre WW1 army - serving in Gibraltar Played for Metrogas non league 1911 on leavingTurned pro for  Millwall 1911-20 - 113 apps 65 goalsWelsh international - 5 caps 1 goalDavis was a deadly finisher, with exceptional speed and ball control and in the 1912–13 season, he emerged as a "goalscoring sensation" and soon attracted "fabulous offers" from Football League clubs.1914 FACup v Bradford City - The goal he scored against Bradford was considered by many to be the best ever scored at The Den and was described by the national papers as a "wonder goal"; he received the ball from a throw-in around the half-way line, sidestepped his marker, beat both full-backs and then slipped the ball past the keeper into the net.During WW1 Davis served in Italy with the Bedfordshire Regiment where he incurred injuries to his legs. During the war he occasionally turned out for Millwall, including in a match against Clapton Orient in which he scored a hat-trick wearing army boots.Davis was forced to retire from football early in 1919 as a result of an injury to his knee and took up employment as a groundsman with Chelmsford before working as a labourer in the London docks.He was found drowned in Bow Creek on 20 May 1937 in mysterious circumstances as he was a strong swimmer. The coroner’s jury recorded an open verdict. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

22mins

12 Jun 2020

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