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the one that gave me the most  pleasure for no other reason than i'd travelled a long way and it was against arrogant sods who were 2 up after  20 minutes thinking it was a walk in the park was stefanovic's leveller at Chelsea …...

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That game vs Norwich 15/4/82 did you notice the fan in the penalty area doing the diving header. 

 

Come on own up who are you ?

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Crossley without a doubt 

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44 minutes ago, Señor Sam said:

That game vs Norwich 15/4/82 did you notice the fan in the penalty area doing the diving header. 

 

Come on own up who are you ?

Knocked about with his Brother.

Mr Wilson (AKA Willy)

 

 

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Lee Peacock's injury time winner against Bristol City in L1 2010/11 season i think correct me if i'm wrong.

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10 minutes ago, parkfieldowl14 said:

Lee Peacock's injury time winner against Bristol City in L1 2010/11 season i think correct me if i'm wrong.

Peacock left way,way before then fella.

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3 minutes ago, BARMYARMY2010 said:

Peacock left way,way before then fella.

Cheers.when did he actually leave the club then ?

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1 minute ago, parkfieldowl14 said:

Cheers.when did he actually leave the club then ?

2006/7 ish i think

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Lee at Rotherham, Lee Vs Bristol, 

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Antonio Carlisle has to be one of the most important goals I’ve ever witnessed. 

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Antonio v Carlisle. The momentum, the belief, the fates. Call it what you will. It just went with Wednesday from that moment. 

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In the grand scheme of things, this goal was meaningless, but definitely wouldn't have been for him:

 

 

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2 hours ago, Emerson Thome said:

In the grand scheme of things, this goal was meaningless, but definitely wouldn't have been for him:

 

 

Carlton equalizing against the Boro in either 93 or 94. We’d had somebody sent off, we cleared a Boro corner and Carlton ran the length of the field. When he was knackered, he blasted it from 25 yards and it flew in the top corner

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15 hours ago, BARMYARMY2010 said:

Peacock left way,way before then fella.

Was the centre half, can’t remember his name. Good player but ran as if he was towing a caravan. Lee?

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1 hour ago, Calgary Owl said:

Carlton equalizing against the Boro in either 93 or 94. We’d had somebody sent off, we cleared a Boro corner and Carlton ran the length of the field. When he was knackered, he blasted it from 25 yards and it flew in the top corner

 

Not exactly as described, but is it this one...

 

 

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1 hour ago, BIG D said:

Was the centre half, can’t remember his name. Good player but ran as if he was towing a caravan. Lee?

Graeme Lee?

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Love the scenes at Upton park :biggrin:

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10 hours ago, DJMortimer said:

 

Not exactly as described, but is it this one...

 

 

The date looks right, i used to live in Consett then so driving down to Ayresome Park was like a home game. I remember going there the year we went up under Big Ron and celebrating a 2-0 win in the Holgate End. Think Hirst and Williams scored

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Think both Atdhe's goals at Leeds have been good, Joao at Brentford was fun, but the best will always be the double away at Rotherham 

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Antonio's vs Carlisle for me as well.
It went mental, people ending up rows away from where they were orginally sat.
As @Cockers said above, something just changed with that goal. Everybody just felt that we were going to do this.
And when the MK Dons v Blunts score came in. It was game on and the entire ground knew we would pip those flippers.

But seeing as it's not been posted yet, here's the Rotherham game which is always great fun to rewatch with a beer or two:
 

 

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