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  1. Shaun Taylor. Owned it wherever he went. Similarly, Glenn Humphries.
  2. Joe Jordan, without question. Took myself to AG alone as a fifteen year-old to see his debut. Even my old man was excited about it, and he didn't particularly follow football.
  3. I'm frankly surprised that it took twelve posts for Ian Baird to crop up.
  4. What a lovely OP. Many condolences.
  5. Exactly. We all know that was O'Dowda.
  6. Walsh has always struck me as the type of player that suits some games and not others. After his success at Coventry last season I don't really think that he can be expected to do much more to prove himself ready, but I think that he will go missing if the game doesn't suit him, and recognising that will be one of the most telling tests for Holden.
  7. I don't generally agree with you, but you have a fair point there.
  8. Last week on here we didn't have a midfield. Now we have signed one and we have too many.
  9. You really are the most patronising Fastard on this forum.
  10. Another insightful contribution to the debate. Have you ever thought that forums might not be for you?
  11. Yep, that's the one. Cheers buddy.
  12. *88/89. 89/90 was promotion.
  13. Loved David Seal for this very reason. I remember a throw-in in front of the opposition dugout where the taker just dropped it to Seal right in front of him. Seal just moved it with the outside of his right boot and launched it into the top right corner of the Atyeo goal that I was right behind. My favourite goal, as I have described on here before, was very similar in that it came straight towards me behind that goal, although it was the open end at the time. I absolutely adored Joe Jordan as player-manager. It was 89/90, his last season as a player (and I believe his last goal). We
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