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« Reply #585 on: Wednesday, September 2, 2020, 17:33:33 »

I never forgave him for being picked ahead of Digby - And don't even get me started on Leicester City away! :-(


He was shite full stop Clap
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« Reply #586 on: Wednesday, September 2, 2020, 17:34:56 »

Itís funny how shite goalkeepers stick in your memory!
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« Reply #587 on: Wednesday, September 2, 2020, 18:08:24 »

What was the name of the one that refused to play on a Sunday
Mid 70s ?
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« Reply #588 on: Wednesday, September 2, 2020, 18:09:08 »

What was the name of the one that refused to play on a Sunday
Mid 70s ?

Jimmy Allen
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« Reply #589 on: Wednesday, September 2, 2020, 18:09:26 »

Jimmy Allan.
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« Reply #590 on: Wednesday, September 2, 2020, 18:22:21 »

Jimmy Allan.
I recall that that was a religious thing, and I really donít think he should be knocked for that. Playing on Sundays was an innovation at the time, as it had never happened before. 
In the early days, there had to be an opportunity for supporters to get in free on Sundays, and I can remember at university in Reading going to watch the Royals at Elm Park on a couple of occasions, and walking right round the outside of the ground trying to find the one (unsigned) gate where you could get in free.
Typical cheapskate students, we were!
Jimmy Allan was actually a pretty good Ďkeeper.
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« Reply #591 on: Wednesday, September 2, 2020, 18:24:16 »

Jimmy Allan was actually a pretty good Ďkeeper.
Right up until the thug Johnson broke him, he was being scouted at the time for the Scotland squad, and rightly so.
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« Reply #592 on: Wednesday, September 2, 2020, 18:39:53 »

Right up until the thug Johnson broke him, he was being scouted at the time for the Scotland squad, and rightly so.


What was the story as I can't remember?
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« Reply #593 on: Wednesday, September 2, 2020, 18:44:18 »

1983 Swindon v Rochdale, Steve Johnson challenged Jimm and left his foot in and broke his arm and dislocated his shoulder, he never played again.

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His career was ended in October 1983 when his left arm was shattered during a challenge with Rochdale player Steve Johnson.[2] The injury was so severe that Allan could never fully straighten the arm after the many operations he underwent.

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« Reply #594 on: Wednesday, September 2, 2020, 18:49:25 »

1983 Swindon v Rochdale, Steve Johnson challenged Jimm and left his foot in and broke his arm and dislocated his shoulder, he never played again.



Cheers for the info I can't remember that even though I was a regular during that dismal time before Macari came in
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« Reply #595 on: Wednesday, September 2, 2020, 19:00:07 »

Cheers for the info I can't remember that even though I was a regular during that dismal time before Macari came in
It was a dire time, that was the first season I actually went to every game home and away, coincidentally it was the clubs lowest ever finish in the football league!

We played some shocking Flitcroft like football under Beamish that shite season.
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« Reply #596 on: Wednesday, September 2, 2020, 19:06:00 »

It was a dire time, that was the first season I actually went to every game home and away, coincidentally it was the clubs lowest ever finish in the football league!

We played some shocking Flitcroft like football under Beamish that shite season.

I struggled to justify going then I was 19 and there were birds and booze as alternatives but so remember many crowds being around 2500-3000 and under 1900ish at home to Mansfield
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« Reply #597 on: Wednesday, September 2, 2020, 19:11:20 »

It was a dire time, that was the first season I actually went to every game home and away, coincidentally it was the clubs lowest ever finish in the football league!

We played some shocking Flitcroft like football under Beamish that shite season.
Hey! Iíve just discovered that Flitcroft was sacked by Bolton during the summer. 
They obviously woke up and smelled the shit.  I must admit that had completely passed me by.  Cheesy
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« Reply #598 on: Wednesday, September 2, 2020, 19:13:33 »

Hey! Iíve just discovered that Flitcroft was sacked by Bolton during the summer. 
They obviously woke up and smelled the shit.  I must admit that had completely passed me by.  Cheesy


I bet he wished he stayed at Leicester scouting and what about his Learch of a sidekick was he there too
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« Reply #599 on: Wednesday, September 2, 2020, 19:20:30 »

Hey! Iíve just discovered that Flitcroft was sacked by Bolton during the summer. 
They obviously woke up and smelled the shit.  I must admit that had completely passed me by.  Cheesy
Yeah he was sacked when Keith Hill was sacked.
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