Discussion in 'football' started by Relahni, Aug 23, 2007.
Massive against everyone.
Ted Drake Of Arsenal getting the physio treatment
The Den Millwall 1938.
I've only ever taken one photo at football that I'm really proud of, and it's this one when Hamlet beat Bognor away in the play offs
The 'neon girls' of the tea bar, Tranmere Rovers
by Stuart Roy Clarke 1992
George McCluskey celebrates scoring the winner for Celtic against Rangers in the 1980 Scottish Cup Final. The game ended with a pitch invasion by both sets of supporters, ultimately leading to an alcohol ban in Scottish football.
Goodison Park, 1986 - Peter Marlow.
Playing the Ball.
Sadly the best player you never saw was a Cardiff player when this happened. Robin Friday was my hero when I was 10 and he was playing for Reading.
This is the one I keep in mind. Elm Park, in front of the Tilehurst End, The Spread Eagle in the background.... and me standing outside the players entrance after the game to get HIS autograph on my programme.
My mate's band:
Alan Shearer getting sent off against Aston Villa.
Are you sure? Shearer is not even in the photo.
Looks to me like the Villa defender is getting his marching orders - hence the hands on head etc
*Or am I missing something?
That's what makes it a great photo.
Have to begrudgingly admire this snap of Eden Hazard in motion (from a game currently in progress). Shows why he's so hard to handle - shoulders pointing one way, hips the other; toes on the ball, tiptoe on the ground. Who knows which way he's going to turn next?
I hope the referee had a quick word with him after that.
Tight marking at it's best
Man utd v Arsenal 1967
BCBlues Dave Sexton scoring here agianst leeds by the looks of it.
Ibrahima Sonko. In the rain at Saints.
Apologies if its been posted already.
Sexton was the manager.
I thinks it's the FACup Final replay at Old Trafford 1970.
Should be posted on every page!
shamelessly nicked from the evening chronic.
Newcastle v Villa, FA Cup final (at C Palace) 1905:
Leazes End 1949:
Going Up, 1984:
I'll just leave this here. I was as shocked as you were to see Pat Nevin in an England top:
a West Fife derby. Lochgelly Albert draw 1-1 with Crossgates Primrose at Humbug Park (Crossgates' home park) last January.
East Region South division junior league. Juniors in Scotland nothing to do with age, just the same as non-league in England.
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