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  1. I was standing in the enclosure for the Hull game - always liked to follow the forwards back in the day when you could move freely through that section of the ground. I have a clear memory of Jeff Wealands initially moving towards the ball until he realized he was caught in no mans land. He started to back up but the ball hit the wet ground in front of him and fizzed into the net. On the next day's local news a tv crew was filming Ray Cashley trying to replicate the feat, but he didn't come close.
  2. Enjoyed that... nicely done and well-researched. Regarding the Chopra incident, it sounded like Gary was about to mention a subsequent conversation with Chopra but got side-tracked and never returned to it. Would liked to have heard how that went!
  3. Apparently it wasn't a load of szmodics after all...
  4. How much for John Otway tickets? Or will it be really free?
  5. Yes, exactly! Would hit the ball into the open space behind the defender, beat him for speed, and whip over a cross. No frills, but very exciting and effective.
  6. My Dad and I won an all expenses paid trip to the 1970 World Cup, including tickets for the England games in Guadalajara. We were sitting behind the goal for "the save" - I remember everyone in front of us rising to celebrate a goal and then the momentary confusion until we figured out what had happened. We were staying in the same hotel as the England squad - that was back in the day before teams were sequestered in high-security retreats. It was not uncommon to step into the elevator and rub shoulders with members of the squad, so my autograph book was always at the ready. The day after the Brazil game I spotted Bansky in the lobby and asked him to sign a picture of his save in the local newspaper. I still have that clipping. I imagine it's probably unique.
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    Once again, though, the video quality from Ashton Gate is very poor. Whenever the camera pans it results in the image blurring, especially in the tighter shots. They seem to be using the long view a lot to try and offset this, but it's still not good.
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