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  1. Best Lil Lee. Established Champ side for first time in 40 years. Yes pls. Worst. O'Driscoll by miles Flattered to deceive. Millen starting with a very decent draw vs Newcastle on the telly. Should have stuck around Benny, we're only now catching up 20odd years later
  2. Best David Seal. What? We were soo blessed with good strikers in the 1990s it was ridiculous. The 45 yard volley he scored pre match vs Port Vale was insane, ditto his eye for goal. However realistically, best player in my life time had to be.. Eliasson. That guy has everything. Our own Messi... (better than Reid, and I was one of the few that got that right) Worst. Julian Watts, Clemens Zwunjenberg, George Parris, that hearts defender we had on loan who was useless, also Phil Kite..
  3. Er Hate to break it to you but we finished higher than we have in sometime without this mythical multigoal wonder striker. Indeed we do better without one at this level.
  4. Enough of your nonsense There wouldnt be a modern lgbt movement without the T. Google Marsha P Johnson and try again. Lgbt has been a thing for years.
  5. Gay Footballer About time. If it's not a hoax, this will be massive for the lgbt community. Imagine not have to deny or hide your entire existence to all, just to be who you are. Can focus on being really good at what you do instead Some of the posts in this thread are abhorrent shows exactly why Pride is a thing, especially as since Brexit Lgbt violence has gone through the roof.
  6. Sad news, amazing to watch. No age to go. RIP
  7. I have good memories vs Pne in the sunshine c.2005 ish. I dont think I've ever seen us win away though. Pretty depressing trip to Blackpool in the freezing cold and rain in the late 1990s I also missed the Mansfield match as missed the train bahhhh
  8. Richard Dryden to Southampton in the mid 1990s? As direct transfers go. Luke Wiltshire to whichever Dutch club he went to after WC 2006. Aside from that Rob Newman straight into the Norwich Uefa Cup Madness probably takes it
  9. He has the ability though. Many single out mistakes as being the mark of him, but ignore everything else. He's an utter nightmare for defenders because you dont know what he's going to do and has a strong all around game. Given game times bans and injury happy to have him think crouch, heskey et al. It's why I mentioned Stead When we got in to play offs Byfield was highest scorer with 8 or summat daft Football is a team game, weve progressed and are better with him
  10. Hang on.. Isnt Fammy basically a much much much better Jon Stead? Similar facets one's revered the other 'loathed' Weird. Fwiw I love the guy incredibly difficult to play against, does lots of work, clearly not many notice and scores a fair few too. I'm not sure what people want more than that.
  11. Jebus, this thread is like stepping back into a time warp and so many prejudices and fear are on display it's untrue. Balme police, blame ANYONE because it wasnt us etc. Simple facts here is that the toxic tribal football mentality hasnt been rid. People still want to evoke the 'glory' days of the 1970's and 1980's and want to 'defend' our terf against the Jack Army. It's depressing that so many go 'ooh there will be trouble, forgetting there has to be two sides to have trouble. and playing silly buggers over a game of football, is both ridiculous and utterly stupid. But 'we' won, or our crew or whatever needed to have the once over? Did they heck as like 4 Police Officers, 1 Police Horse and 1 Police Dog, got injured because of idiots being idiots. Instead of engaging in the same behaviour, condoning it or blaming the Police, perhaps we should look closer to home and look at why so many want to cause aggro? We're saints? No, no we're not. Crews across the country still rate us as 'handy' in some kind of horrible version of fight club that has gone horribly wrong. Football is a game, to be watched and enjoyed. Not a battle ground to wage war (whichever war it's about see Red Star Belgrade, Egypt, Span and the rest if you want to do the history) because people want a ruck. Dont entertain or big up the twonks involved and guess what they go away as there's no attention ( proven lots) however we still as a club still seem keen to blame ourselves. Some of the Combat 21 leaders were from city and I've heard everything from No surrender to the IRA and more and seen all kinds of crap from our fans. Perhaps you know we're part of the problem as well. Whatever your thoughts. We definitely should not be blaming others because we are still neanderthals who have never grown in 40 odd years. It's a game. It;s that simple. Why treat it as anything else?
  12. Lool Nah two brothers one started at Cheslea the other at Wimbledon I think
  13. Younghusbands at Cheslea at one point iirc
  14. I really worry about entitlement after that For once, I got the vision and until Eliasson came off we literally played them off the park. 2nd Balls and Longshots only If we could do that every week we wouldnt be in the champs thats for certain. Have the tactics but not quite the players Webster, Brownhill and Morell and Eliassson were immense.
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