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  • What a plonker! He had no-one around him. He could have controlled it and played it out or even just put the ball out for a throw or a corner.

    Got what he deserved!
  • No. Jenks for Arsenal was a beauty
  • Always liked Lee Dixon's nonchalant chip...

  • Think it was Anthony Barness who scored a corker once chipping Bolder..... in fact I think we scored two own goals that game (was it against Grimsby?)
  • Dazzler21 said:

    No. Jenks for Arsenal was a beauty

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  • Barness was a stunner against Grimsby.
    Jamie Pollock for City was quality.
    That twat Dowie
  • What a plonker! He had no-one around him. He could have controlled it and played it out or even just put the ball out for a throw or a corner.

    Got what he deserved!

    Absolutely. Just where did he think he was putting it? The best that could have hoped for out of that was a stray ball bouncing around the penalty box that he couldn't possibly deal with because he'd have his back to it. Stupid.
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  • For obvious reasons I always prefer Jim Tolmies curled 40 yard pass back og at Carlisle in 1986!!
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    Ronnie Whelan vs Man U, 55 seconds in.



  • Nicholas said:

    Barness was a stunner against Grimsby.
    Jamie Pollock for City was quality.
    That twat Dowie

    Think the Dowie one is my favourite of all time. The rest are mostly carelessness and misfortune, Dowie appears to have completely forgotten who's penalty area he's in and deliberately powered home a fine header!
  • Agreed, as soon as the subject comes up I immediately think of Dowie...
  • Best I ever saw in the flesh was at a Maidstone United game, late 80s early 90s. Paul Brush playing for Southend smashed one into his own net from about 35 yards.
  • Dave Shipperley(RIP) home to Orient 1971
  • Sorry - should have said 1972
  • Sam Lawrie's wasn't bad when he nutmegged reserve keeper Frank Reed from the kick off v Plymouth with a pass back in the early sixties to gift the visitors a 1-0 lead.

    Think we won it 6-4 in the end having lost by the same score to the Pilgrims a few days earlier.
  • Jim Tolmie.
  • Steve Dowman
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  • Always enjoyed this bullet header from Hasselbaink


  • Anthony Barness own goal v Grimsby at Upton Park was brilliant!
  • RedChaser said:

    Sam Lawrie's wasn't bad when he nutmegged reserve keeper Frank Reed from the kick off v Plymouth with a pass back in the early sixties to gift the visitors a 1-0 lead.

    Think we won it 6-4 in the end having lost by the same score to the Pilgrims a few days earlier.

    Nutmegging dear old Frank wasn't exactly a difficult act!
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