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« Reply #15 on: Monday, March 23, 2020, 09:38:22 »

Best XI from all the players I've seen....an almost impossible task. Best XI which I've actually seen and which has actually played together is easy though...

1. Digby
2. Kerslake
3. Bodin
4. McLoughlin
5. Calderwood
6. Gittens
7. Jones
8. Shearer
9. White
10. McLaren
11. Foley

Swindon Town 1 Sunderland 0   Wembley  28/5/90
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« Reply #16 on: Monday, March 23, 2020, 10:07:08 »

Number 1 is McNamee
Number 2 is McNamee
Number 3 is McNamee
Number 4 is McNamee
Number 5 is McNamee
Number 6 is McNamee
Number 7 is McNamee
Number 8 is McNamee
Number 9 is McNamee
Number 10 is McNamee
Number 11 is McNamee

WE ALL DREAM OF A TEAM OF MCNAMEES
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« Reply #17 on: Monday, March 23, 2020, 10:29:00 »

Number 1 is McNamee
Number 2 is McNamee
Number 3 is McNamee
Number 4 is McNamee
Number 5 is McNamee
Number 6 is McNamee
Number 7 is McNamee
Number 8 is McNamee
Number 9 is McNamee
Number 10 is McNamee
Number 11 is McNamee

WE ALL DREAM OF A TEAM OF MCNAMEES

I loved that song, perhaps because of how genuinely ill-suited Anthony McNamee would be to this theoretical game of 11-clone football. A small, weak winger with a habit of drifting in and out of games and dubious end product. He'd be absolutely useless in every position apart from on the wings and maybe a second striker.

Would get smashed by a team of David Dukes. 
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« Reply #18 on: Monday, March 23, 2020, 10:30:03 »

Number 1 is McNamee
Number 2 is McNamee
Number 3 is McNamee
Number 4 is McNamee
Number 5 is McNamee
Number 6 is McNamee
Number 7 is McNamee
Number 8 is McNamee
Number 9 is McNamee
Number 10 is McNamee
Number 11 is McNamee

WE ALL DREAM OF A TEAM OF MCNAMEES

You spelt Alan Reeves wrong, mate...
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« Reply #19 on: Monday, March 23, 2020, 10:47:24 »

I loved that song, perhaps because of how genuinely ill-suited Anthony McNamee would be to this theoretical game of 11-clone football. A small, weak winger with a habit of drifting in and out of games and dubious end product. He'd be absolutely useless in every position apart from on the wings and maybe a second striker.
The original "we all dream of a team of Gary Breens" was far more apt as he played in almost every position for Coventry including stand in goalkeeper back in the late 90s.

I can't begin to imagine Macnamee even standing in a goal without looking like an u13 leagues goalkeeper.
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« Reply #20 on: Monday, March 23, 2020, 11:16:14 »

                       Given

     Calderwood  Burrows  Harland
              
Ritchie  Moncur  Hoddle McHale  Walters

                       Rogers (free role)

                       Fjortoft

subs  Downsborough, Noble (full back, midfield or or striker),  Taylor S,  Milner (full back or midfield),  McLoughlin, Mayes, Austin

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« Reply #21 on: Monday, March 23, 2020, 11:23:07 »

From the late 90s on, trying to include a mix of eras.

1. Wes Foderingham
2. Paul Caddis
3. Paul Bodin
4. Kevin Horlock
5. Shaun Taylor
6. Gordon Greer
7. Matt Ritchie
8. Massimo Luongo
9. Charlie Austin
10. Simon Cox
11. George Ndah

I have what I suspected is a very rose-tinted eight year old's view of George Ndah being absolutely dynamite when he was fit.
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« Reply #22 on: Monday, March 23, 2020, 11:34:19 »

I loved that song, perhaps because of how genuinely ill-suited Anthony McNamee would be to this theoretical game of 11-clone football. A small, weak winger with a habit of drifting in and out of games and dubious end product. He'd be absolutely useless in every position apart from on the wings and maybe a second striker.

Would get smashed by a team of David Dukes. 

Ironic/Factually Incorrect chants are the best chants.

A team of Michael Pooks could probably beat a team of McNamees.
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« Reply #23 on: Monday, March 23, 2020, 11:36:39 »

Yeah, but those stepovers (with no end product).
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« Reply #24 on: Monday, March 23, 2020, 11:43:51 »

Yeah, but those stepovers (with no end product).
What Ron Atkinson used to call "the lollipop"!
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