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Think we need to put our age and when we started watching Wednesday on this.

I'm 48 started going early 70s can remember from late 70s. 

My Eleven would be 

1 Pressman

2 Nilson

3 Worthington

4 Walker

5 Lyons

6 Palmer c

7 Sheridan

8 Waddle

9 Hirst

10 Bannister

11 Curran

 

 subs Westwood, Sterland, Warhurst, M Smith, Shelton (I will limit it 5 as I could go on all day)

 

Manager Atkinson, assisted by Megson (got to fit him in somewhere)

 

Chairman Wilkinson (with Chansiri's cash)

 

Interesting to see both older and younger fans views.

 

 

 

 

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Richard O Donnell

Buxton 

Rob Jones

Reda Johnson 

Fox

Potter

Mcgugan

Abdi

McCarthy 

Bothroyd

Leon Clarke

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2 minutes ago, lancashireowl said:

Richard O Donnell

Buxton 

Rob Jones

Reda Johnson 

Fox

Potter

Mcgugan

Abdi

McCarthy 

Bothroyd

Leon Clarke

I said also put your age. No need about 3 lol

 

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63 watching from the 1960's........................Springett....Nillson....Pearson Lyons....Snodin..........Di Canio Sheridan Palmer  Waddle........Hirst Bannister......Subs Pressman   Harkes  Curran....Warhurst.....Knight.......Varadi.....Larry May (joke)

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1Ron Springett. 

2.Wilf Smith. 

3.Don Megson. 

4.Carlton Palmer. 

5.Vic Mobley. 

6. Des  Walker. 

7.Terry Curran. 

8.Jim Macalliog. 

9.John Ritchie. 

10.Tommy Craig. 

11. Cris Waddle. 

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11 minutes ago, lancashireowl said:

Richard O Donnell

Buxton 

Rob Jones

Reda Johnson 

Fox

Potter

Mcgugan

Abdi

McCarthy 

Bothroyd

Leon Clarke

Forgot to add.

 

Manager- Alan Irvine. 

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age 59

started watching around 1968

 

 

1 Pressman

2 Nilsson

3 can't think of a decent left back -i'll go with wilcockson can't be doing with king or worthington

4 Walker

5 Pearson

6 Palmer

7 Sheridan

8 Waddle

9 Hirst

10 carbone

11 di canio

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Pressman

Nilsson

Worthington

Pearson

Walker

Palmer

Sheridan

Di Canio

Waddle

Hirst

Carbone

 

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Christ, I forgot about our 2 Italian geniuses.

Didn't like how either left, but boy could they play.

 

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Pressman

 

Nilsson

Pearson

Walker

Worthington

 

Waddle

Sheridan

Palmer

Carbone

 

Hirst 

Di Canio

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46 minutes ago, OWL1969 said:

Think we need to put our age and when we started watching Wednesday on this.

I'm 48 started going early 70s can remember from late 70s. 

My Eleven would be 

1 Pressman

2 Nilson

3 Worthington

4 Walker

5 Lyons

6 Palmer c

7 Sheridan

8 Waddle

9 Hirst

10 Bannister

11 Curran

 

 subs Westwood, Sterland, Warhurst, M Smith, Shelton (I will limit it 5 as I could go on all day)

 

Manager Atkinson, assisted by Megson (got to fit him in somewhere)

 

Chairman Wilkinson (with Chansiri's cash)

 

Interesting to see both older and younger fans views.

 

 

 

 

No need to bother putting mine up its all here (Shelton would have been a starter in mine would have Eric Potts somewhere and Chapman and J Pearson too )

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6 minutes ago, HOOTIE AND THE poo TU said:

Pressman

 

Nilsson

Pearson

Walker

Worthington

 

Waddle

Sheridan

Palmer

Carbone

 

Hirst 

Di Canio

 

I'd go with exactly the same line up.

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Posted (edited)

R Springett

R Nilsson

D Petrescu

D walker 

V Anderson

M Smith

T Francis

C Waddle 

D Hirst

J Sheridan

T Curran

Subs

J Harkes

P DeCanio

P Eustace

T Craig

C Palmer

My age ....61.............. Watch em since I was 9.......I put them in old number order  1 to 11

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1 hour ago, OWL1969 said:

Think we need to put our age and when we started watching Wednesday on this.

I'm 48 started going early 70s can remember from late 70s. 

My Eleven would be 

1 Pressman

2 Nilson

3 Worthington

4 Walker

5 Lyons

6 Palmer c

7 Sheridan

8 Waddle

9 Hirst

10 Bannister

11 Curran

 

 subs Westwood, Sterland, Warhurst, M Smith, Shelton (I will limit it 5 as I could go on all day)

 

Manager Atkinson, assisted by Megson (got to fit him in somewhere)

 

Chairman Wilkinson (with Chansiri's cash)

 

Interesting to see both older and younger fans views.

 

 

 

 

This is pretty much mine but may be tempted to pit Hodge in goal.i'm 56 in 6 days

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I’m having trouble picking between Kenny Lunt and Burton O’Brien to sit alongside Darren Potter can anyone lend me a hand?

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13 minutes ago, attyjake said:

R Springett

R Nilsson

D Petrescu

D walker 

V Anderson

M Smith

T Francis

C Waddle 

D Hirst

J Sheridan

T Curran

Subs

J Harkes

P DeCanio

P Eustace

T Craig

C Palmer

My age ....61.............. Watch em since I was 9.......I put them in old number order  1 to 11

I’d agree with most of that, but Mark Smith ahead of Mick Lyons...not for me... Smith took a good penalty but I’d have Lyons before him, or even Paul Warhurst for his versitality .

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Springett

 

Nillson.       Pearson.  Walker.    Worthington

 

 

Waddle.      Palmer.     Craig.      Curran

 

 

 

.            Hirst.      Fantham

 

 

Subs.  Hodge.    Sterland.   Sheridan.  DiCanio.    Bannister

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I have said it before, walker cheated football when he was here. He was miles away from the player at forest, played like he had no defensive partners whatsoever and was awful on the ball. 

I would honestly, hand on heart, put Bougherra, Lees, Thome at least ahead of him in any team like this. 

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9 minutes ago, scilly owl said:

I’d agree with most of that, but Mark Smith ahead of Mick Lyons...not for me... Smith took a good penalty but I’d have Lyons before him, or even Paul Warhurst for his versitality .

 

OK I'll give you Mick Lyons but not much to choose between him and Mark Smith IMO.....Warhurst on the Dame Judy OK

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