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  1. Don’t know the answer, but I went to Wrexham away that season. My only recollection is of their being a lot of Brighton fans there that afternoon in solidarity with Wrexham, as their owner was trying to asset strip them. Oh and pretty sure Scott Murray scored in both games too.
  2. Agreed, he clearly doesn’t have the funds to take the club forwards, I think his game plan was to get promoted at the first time of asking then sell it off for a profit once Championship status had been achieved.
  3. Premier Passions? The whole series is on YouTube, worth a watch for those on Furlough or self isolating.
  4. I agree, there was a lot of them who were far too content to do a substandard job, pick up decent wages and just coast on through life. The bit where he asked the PR team to find a way to boost ticket sales for the Boxing Day game, and they just looked at him vacantly was priceless. Don't get me wrong, the bloke had an extremely bad attitude in dealing with his subordinates, but it was perfectly obvious that there was plenty of deadwood there that needed getting rid of. As for Stewart Donald, the man is completely out of his depth there, the whole farce of him trying to sign Will Grigg was embarrassing. Sunderland is far too big a club for him to run.
  5. We sold him to Burnley after, and the next season and he scored a fair few for them, including one against us!
  6. Didn’t we score very early in both half’s against Grimsby in the 1997-98 promotion season?
  7. Euro 96, held here in England, Three Lions blaring everywhere, the feeling of going from utter devastation to ecstasy as David Seaman saved Gary McAllister penalty and less than a minute later Gaza’s wonder goal beating Scotland. A few days later, the finest England performance of my lifetime, playing beautiful fast free flowing Football to beat Holland 4-1. Then winning a penalty shoot out to beat Spain. Sadly there was another so near, yet so far story in the semis v Germany, but for the sheer excitement, and buzz that was around the country, this was the best Euros for me.
  8. Having had family members and friends that have worked in different divisions of BT, I can confirm that they’re an absolute shithouse of an organisation.
  9. A couple of months ago, I bought this on Sky Store, I can thoroughly recommend watching it. Whatever your opinion of him, his time in Naples, and his performance at the 1986 World Cup were truly remarkable.
  10. They used all their luck up with that shocking penalty decision against us just before Christmas!
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