Discussion in 'football' started by Relahni, Aug 23, 2007.
This photo of Jason Puncheon from yesterday's game looks like a rennaisance painting of Christ.
Lets hope he resurrects our fortunes.
It's a tenuous reference and the pun's not quite there but do me a favour and laugh.
Funny you should post that as the Terry pic I posted just before you from was Reddit's Accidental Renaissance sub.
Two clubs headed in the opposite direction. Adrian "Inchy" Heath scores against Notts County at Goodison in 1984. Everton would finish up in seventh, and then campions in 1985; County experienced the first of a double relegation, starting 1985/86 in the third division.
A balletic stretch from Mikey McGovern against Germany today. Goalkeeping performance of the tournament by miles.
Prometheus - as seen at the Rockefeller Centre -
One for editor
Cardiff City 1 v Aston Villa 0. Nigel Sims, the Aston Villa goalkeeper dives to fist away a point-blank shot from Cardiff's inside left Colin Hudson. Cardiff won the fixture 1-0 to clinch promotion to the first division. Cardiff wore their 'lucky' white kit.
(It doesnt say which season)
Its from this collection;
Bumper selection of classic claret and blue archive images
...which has some great old football photos in whether you like the Villa or not.
spot the maniac ^. he used to do it a few times a year, normally last game of season. Sea Lion - didn't he once fall through?
This is him later at the same match and sadly the final one. No mate he never tumbled and the footage you are thinking about is from europe i believe unless you are thinking of this.,,,,,,,
Call me old fashioned but The Den was what football was all about
It has never been the same at our current ground something was left behind when we moved.I still get goose bumps thinking about the old place.Wonderful memories.
I'm the same with the old Shed End, the Benches and the North Stand. We lost our soul when the money came in.
We had some fun and games in your benches in 84/85.I liked your place bar the dog track.
Yeah that dog track, it looks great on old photos but did nothing for atmosphere especially when we were shit.
Ten men went to mow was impressive from your lot when in full swing.
Old South Stand.
Big Sam making a save with probably 40k in the East Stand. Mahoosive aren't we.
You f*ck off Josė, I was here first
Not a photo but....
Didn't Charlton get a ridiculous sized crowd against Wolves in the 1930s/40s?
On a personal level i miss those type of grounds.Although a lot of them had safety issues beyond repair.
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