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  1. He used to get on my nerves, but I remember him fondly now. I remember watching the highlights of one game when in his commentary he referred to Keith Welch (England’s no.1) as “cool hand Luke”.
  2. But I prefer it all to be out in the open.
  3. Beating Cardiff 3-0 in the pouring rain at Ninian Park in the 89-90 promotion season, which included a wonder-goal by Bob Taylor. My first away game (other than Wembley). Being 1-0 up at h-t at Man City a couple of years ago. 5-4 at Mansfield. Sheer ecstasy when that winning goal went in. The carnival atmosphere at Bournemouth in the first game after Pulis had left . Beating Liverpool at Anfield in 1994
  4. The one that sticks out in my memory is the Hartlepool one. Still makes me laugh just thinking about it.
  5. It was incredible. I’ve never witnessed scenes like that for a normal league game. When that winning goal went in it was pandemonium.
  6. Offside

    Euro 96

    I’ve got vivid memories of Euro 96: Gazza’s goal v Scotland; Pearce’s penalty v Spain; the scintillating win v Holland; that split second when Gazza slid in v Germany and it looked like he was going to score; the awful realisation when Germany’s winning penalty went in. I’m still gutted we didn’t win that tournament.
  7. Tragic news. RIP and condolences to his friends and family.
  8. Mine’s changed a lot down the years. At various points I have used lots of them - Ship and Castle, Wedlock’s, the Robins, Coopers, Rising Sun, Hen and Chicken, the Try Again. Nowadays I quite like the Beer Factory pub next door to Mark’s Bread in North St.
  9. Very sad news. RIP fellow red.
  10. I really don’t like it. Not keen on the pattern and the red clashes.
  11. It would have to be Scott Murray for me. Closely followed by Bob Taylor and Alan Walsh.
  12. Akinbiyi was superb in that relegation season. He had a great attitude, too - worked really hard all over the pitch.
  13. I’m not letting LJ off the hook here (I’m very concerned at how the team is being set up), but I do think the players need to take some responsibility as well. Against WBA (I didn’t see the Huddersfield game) yes we were outplayed, but their goals all came from individual errors with players taking unnecessary risks. The amount of times we concede chances by losing the ball drives me mad.
  14. Yes, I definitely be renewing. So will my dad and kids, so that makes 4 of us.
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