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The least memorable players in Sheffield Wednesday's history

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Jon McCarthy

 

Con Blatsis

 

Robbie Stockdale

 

Lee Bradbury

 

Ryan Green

 

Leon Knight

 

 

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What's his name? You know,,,,Thingy.....Yes, Him

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Colin Walker aka the flying bin man lol

That was a Howard Wilkinson signing. "We've signed a World Cup striker", who turned out to be the dustbinman from Dronfield who had played in the World Cup for New Zealand, when they had a really poor side. He signed Kenny Brannigan at the same time. Two no marks for the price of one.

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Frog called Patrick Blondeau. Worst full back ever seen.

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Any one remember Steve Downes, he was knocking goals in left right and centre for rovrum, scored on his debut for us and i don't think he ever scored again.

 

Early seventies i think. 

Sorry Pops I remember him!!!....saw him score in a friendly away at Chesterfield too !!! :biggrin:

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That bloke. You know the one. I can't remember him.

That would have been my reply eDDie if I'd seen this thread earlier.

lol

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Simon Stewart, Adam Poric and the guy who played up front V Aston Villa away when we won 1-0 1992ish jemson scoring

Game when Les sealey went nuts

He played up front can't remember his bloody name

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Simon Stewart, Adam Poric and the guy who played up front V Aston Villa away when we won 1-0 1992ish jemson scoring

Game when Les sealey went nuts

He played up front can't remember his bloody name

 

David Johnson, he was poor

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We had a goalkeeper who was battling it out with Lee Grant.

Lee Grant won the battle and was our number one, the other guy disappeared into oblivion - and I can't even recall his name, that is how unforgettable he was!

Wer it Rob Burch? He went off to Lincoln City and did alright. No idea where now tho...

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That was a Howard Wilkinson signing. "We've signed a World Cup striker", who turned out to be the dustbinman from Dronfield who had played in the World Cup for New Zealand, when they had a really poor side. He signed Kenny Brannigan at the same time. Two no marks for the price of one.

 

Wasnt Brannigan labled the next Alan Hansen?

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