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  1. I've just had a look at one of the books written by David Woods. "Reporters at the game timed the goal as six seconds, but the Referee insisted it was nine seconds". Jim Fryatt of Oldham holds the league record at six seconds. The quickest ever recorded was Derek Dougan of Wolves. The ball was knocked forward at kick off and he lobbed the keeper. Just two seconds, but as this was in a friendly, it doesn't count.
  2. You are both correct, for some reason, I thought we had a 2-2 with them. February 1928 has been the only time this fixture has ended 2-2 at AG.
  3. Every 15 minutes is a different Forest game from this season.
  4. Correct. City went 2-0 down, but our Aussies brought it back to 2-2. I also saw City concede after 12 seconds at PNE December 72. Typical Christmas game 1-0, 2-0, 2-1, 2-2, 3-2 HT. Only 1 goal in the second half and we came home with a 3-3 draw.
  5. Not the earliest in a game, but Pertii Jantunnen scored after five minutes into his debut. For away games, how about at Swansea last season, 30 seconds?
  6. 22A

    The RFL

    Having watched "Westworld", would there be a danger of robot players thinking for themselves? Sack the Managers and replace them with computer programmers.
  7. Sky channel 403 @ 2.30. Last week they broadcast all of Leeds' games so far this season. This week it's Forest's turn and at 2.30 it's a 15 minute programme showing Forest v City. Not much I know, but it's something to go on with.
  8. Too true. looking back in history; the 1914-15 season was completed in full, then came a break until August 1919. The 1939-40 season was abandoned after three games. City had P3 W1 D1 L1 F5 A5. Football resumed in August 1946 As this was the main entertainment after the war years, attendances boomed.
  9. The EP explained; a fictional company just to show what a sponsor's name would look loike.
  10. City had a fan's poll in 1994 and showed some possible designs in the EP Check out option D.
  11. Melbourne has a huge number of British town and city names in its suburbs, presumably every person who went to live out there took his town's name with him Newport Tottenham Blackburn Burnley Preston and there's Liverpool near Sydney.
  12. Is this a trick question? The facilities do not appear good enough for the EFL.
  13. Fair play to the gas heads; they're having a laugh at the Meme catering. https://gaschat.co.uk/thread/16111/beer-food-mem
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