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  1. The Official Norwich City v Bristol City Match Day Thread 9

    No mention of Nicholas Parsons, Peter Fenn, or The Quiz of The Week. What a let down.
  2. BRISTOL?

    Very much this for me, I have a load of friends who support either United and City, and generally when City and Citeh are used in emails, it is accepted the former are us and the latter are the petrodollar funded mercenaries from Eastlands.
  3. Gone but not forgotten.....

    Love the Devil's Tower for Dinamo Zagreb. And going off topic, personally I am glad we ended up staying at AG: was never sold on the whole Ashton Vale thing.
  4. BRISTOL?

    Would need a special sort of stupid to be watching the commentary, or post-match summary, of Bristol City v Stoke City, hear someone say "Bristol" and think they are referring to the horse punchers.
  5. Ryanair

    Fairly sure I have read that RuinAir book: if I recall correctly, it claimed O'Leary had his chauffeur driven car registered as a private hire cab in Dublin so that he could use the bus lanes and thus speed up his journeys.
  6. The Golden Age of Serie A

    Unquestionably so. Won a few things too: Honours Club Milan Serie A: 1987–88, 1991–92, 1992–93, 1993–94, 1995–96, 1998–99, 2003–04 Coppa Italia: 2002–03 Supercoppa Italiana: 1992, 1993, 2004 European Cup/Champions League: 1988–89, 1989–90, 1993–94, 2002–03, 2006–07 UEFA Super Cup: 1989, 1990, 1994, 2003 Intercontinental Cup: 1989, 1990 FIFA Club World Cup: 2007 International Italy FIFA World Cup: Runners-up 1994, Third-place 1990 UEFA European Football Championship: Runners-up 2000, Semi-finalists 1988 UEFA European Under-21 Championship: Runners-up 1986 Individual UEFA European Championship Team of the Tournament: 1988, 1996, 2000 Bravo Award: 1989 FIFA World Cup All-Star Team: 1990, 1994 Ballon d'Or: Third-place 1994,2003 World Soccer Player of the Year: 1994 UNICEF European Footballer of the Season: 1993–94 ESM Team of the Year: 1994–95, 1995–96, 1999–00, 2002–03 FIFA World Player of the Year: Silver Award 1995 Premio Nazionale Carriera Esemplare "Gaetano Scirea": 2002 FIFA World Cup Dream Team: 2002 FIFA XI: 2002 UEFA Champions League Final Man of the Match: 2003 UEFA Team of the Year: 2003, 2005 UEFA President's Award: 2003 Serie A Defender of the Year: 2004 FIFA 100 UEFA Golden Jubilee Poll: #10 FIFA FIFPro World XI: 2005 UEFA Club Defender of the Year: 2007 Premio internazionale Giacinto Facchetti: 2008 FIFA Order of Merit: 2008 UEFA Champions League Achievement Award: 2009 Marca Leyenda: 2009 Italian Football Hall of Fame: 2012 World Soccer Greatest XI of all time: 2013 One Club Man Award: 2016 UEFA Euro All-time XI A.C. Milan Hall of Fame Records Most appearances in all competitions (A.C. Milan): 902 Most league appearances (only Serie A regular-seasons): 647 Most league appearances for A.C. Milan (only Serie A regular-seasons): 647 Second-most UEFA club competitions appearances: 174 Most UEFA club competitions appearances for A.C. Milan: 174 Most European competitions appearances: 168 Most European competitions appearances for A.C. Milan: 168 Most UEFA Champions Leagueappearances for A.C. Milan: 139 Most finals played in UEFA Champions League – 8 (tied with Francisco Gento) Youngest first-team player (A.C. Milan): 16 years and 208 days (against Udinese, 20 January 1985) Longest-serving player (A.C. Milan): 24 years and 132 days (from 20 January 1985 to 31 May 2009) Most FIFA World Cup appearances for Italy: 23 Record of minutes played in the World Cups: 2216 Fastest goal scored in UEFA Champions League/European Cup final history: 50 seconds, 2005 Oldest player to score a goal in UEFA Champions League/European Cup final history: aged 36 years and 333 days, playing for A.C. Milan against Liverpool, 2005 Orders 4th Class / Officer: Ufficiale Ordine al Merito della Repubblica Italiana:2000 5th Class / Knight: Cavaliere Ordine al Merito della Repubblica Italiana: 1991 Only really missing a finals win with Italy.
  7. The Golden Age of Serie A

    Brilliant one-step penalty technique.
  8. Palace at Home

    Rotherham 4-0 on agg (0-0 away, 4-0 home) > Blackpool 1-0 away > Leicester 2-2 away, then 2-1 aet in the replay (Replays! Remember them?) > Fulham 0-0 away, 1-0 in the replay > Spurs 1-1 at home, then 0-2 aet away.
  9. Palace at Home

    Everton friend of mine got chased all over BS3 in the 95 game, he reckons it was one of his scariest away days. He alsp managed to sneak out with a match ball booted into the away end.
  10. Palace at Home

  11. Palace at Home

    Speroni is still playing in the LC team: we know he has a weakness to long range/top corner strikes. Exploit it lads.
  12. Palace at Home

    Worth watching again in any event:
  13. Palace at Home

    1992 called and they want their chat forum template back.
  14. Palace at Home

    All went downhill after that.
  15. Palace at Home

    We've played on Saturdays, and Fridays too, recently. You need a new calendar.
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