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We’ve had a few decent ones in my time . Atkinson & Hirst . Williams & Hirst .Bright & Hirst Chapman & Hirst Tudgay & Burton .Chapman & Varadi. Varadi & Bannister Fletcher & Hooper .Andy Mac & Bannister for me it’s Williams & Hirst closely followed by Tudgay & Burton 

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My time.

Bright and Hirst. Although Di Canio and Carbone was good aswell if you can say they were a strike partnership.

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7 minutes ago, Garryswfcowl72 said:

We’ve had a few decent ones in my time . Atkinson & Hirst . Williams & Hirst .Bright & Hirst Chapman & Hirst Tudgay & Burton .Chapman & Varadi. Varadi & Bannister Fletcher & Hooper .Andy Mac & Bannister for me it’s Williams & Hirst closely followed by Tudgay & Burton 

As pairings with an almost telepathic understanding, yes definitely

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Rhodes and Winall for me.

Telepathetic.

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For me Hirst and Bright but for entertainment Di Canio and Carbone.

 

 

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Cunningham/Bannister

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Mine has to be Atkinson and Hirst. Maybe because that's when I was first getting into going to the games that it stands out the most, one in particular was vs Liverpool at home, mid week evening kick off... Atmosphere brilliant and them 2 running at Liverpool. Wish they could have played together for longer. 

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Dooley....and well nobody, wIth 44 goals in a season who needs a partner.

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I can’t really remember Hirst and Bright in full flow that well so I’ll go for Di Canio and Carbone

 

How about worse partnership?

 

Ndumbu Nsungu and Kim Olsen or Proudlock and David Graham 

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Andy Mac and Terry Curran, always like the big man and quick player partnership.

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1 hour ago, Garryswfcowl72 said:

We’ve had a few decent ones in my time . Atkinson & Hirst . Williams & Hirst .Bright & Hirst Chapman & Hirst Tudgay & Burton .Chapman & Varadi. Varadi & Bannister Fletcher & Hooper .Andy Mac & Bannister for me it’s Williams & Hirst closely followed by Tudgay & Burton 

Difficult choices there. Purely in terms of two strikers dovetailing and bringing out the best in each other I agree with your pick though.

 

My first ever game was Owls 5 - Blackburn 2 back in '64(ish). We had a very tasty pairing that day - Layne and Fantham.

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29 minutes ago, Blatter said:

Dooley....and well nobody, wIth 44 goals in a season who needs a partner.

Yes but as a pairing I'd have to go with Dooley and the other bloke!!

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For effectiveness Bright and Hirst

 

For excitement Atkinson and Hirst

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  • T Curran and A Mcculloch
  • G Bannister and I Varadi
  • D Hirst and P Williams
  • D Hirst and M Bright
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Tudgay and Burton were alright if you like your strike partnerships to contribute 20 goals between them every year

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In the modern era I liked Hooper and Fletcher as a partnership.

 

 

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Nuhiu and FF. what a combo.

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Hirst Bright

Varadi Chapman

Fletcher Hooper

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2 hours ago, Garryswfcowl72 said:

We’ve had a few decent ones in my time . Atkinson & Hirst . Williams & Hirst .Bright & Hirst Chapman & Hirst Tudgay & Burton .Chapman & Varadi. Varadi & Bannister Fletcher & Hooper .Andy Mac & Bannister for me it’s Williams & Hirst closely followed by Tudgay & Burton 

 

Simon Donnelly and Efan Ekoku :ghoulguy:

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