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NíDiaye agreed. Much worse players.

Scored the vital goal as mentioned. Was a stalwart in the team that avoided relegation at Sheffield. I can remember his smiling face in the one of the M1 services with all the players. Played his part in an important team for where we are now. Probably a high point in his career.

Occasional Donkeys

Calvin Andrew. Was limited.

Claude Davis also.

Dele Adebola. Not on the same beach as Calvin but also limited.

Jamie Pollock took the P and put BS in his own name. Limited. Retired after Palace at 32...

Standout Blackpool Beach Knacker....

Gareth Taylor. Poor touch, no composure, and painfully out of his depth.

Originally posted by Lombardinho


Saw him nod in a massively important equaliser up at Middlesborough back in 2010. Earlier the same season he was introduced to the Palace fans preseason at Bromley and scored the winner. An unorthodox midfielder but had the occasional surprise up his sleeve. Donkey is too harsh for him.

Even great footballers have donkyfied moments!

Palace's club record signing has just completed a season lavishly sprinkled with donkeyesque play.

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Originally posted by Rachid Rachid Rachid

Wouldn't want to pin the honour on one individual but Les Strong, Tony Hazel, Brian Bason, John Lacey, Steve Ketteridge and David Price weren't great. The latter always looked decent for Arsenal IMO.

Not a popular opinion but the standard at top level is so much better now than thirty or forty years ago it's ridiculous. I get the dislike of Zohar as well.

Tony Hazel was a part of the 1978/79 promotion effort, albeit a minor part. Given that he was a stop-gap, I didnít think he did too badly in the handful of games he played.

 


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Originally posted by smaz

Calvin Andrew. He huffed and he puffed and well that was about it.

Plus I recall dowie signing a winger from Bristol city when we went up who was so non descript I canít even remember his name?

Wayne Andrews. Pace. Thatís it. Pace. Very limited.

 

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Edgar Davids. We got him too late.

 

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Originally posted by YT

Tony Hazel was a part of the 1978/79 promotion effort, albeit a minor part. Given that he was a stop-gap, I didnít think he did too badly in the handful of games he played.

Your memory's better than mine and he had some big boots to fill in fairness.

 

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chateauferret Flag 16 Jun 18 9.59pm

Has nobody mentioned him yet or have I just not seen it?

Bumfluff.

 


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Originally posted by Rachid Rachid Rachid

Your memory's better than mine and he had some big boots to fill in fairness.

P42 W19 D19 L4 Goals conceded 24. Loved it!

 


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This post has been merged from a topic called 'Peter Taylor' by Midlands Eagle

Didnt he sign Shefti Kuqi Jamie Scowcroft and Leon Cort too?

 

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Originally posted by slubglurge

Didnt he sign Shefti Kuqi Jamie Scowcroft and Leon Cort too?

and Jose Fonte, but generally you are right we looked like Maidstone United under his leadership

 

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Originally posted by Rachid Rachid Rachid

Wouldn't want to pin the honour on one individual but Les Strong, Tony Hazel, Brian Bason, John Lacey, Steve Ketteridge and David Price weren't great. The latter always looked decent for Arsenal IMO.

Not a popular opinion but the standard at top level is so much better now than thirty or forty years ago it's ridiculous. I get the dislike of Zohar as well.

good choice, i was going to go for Lacy, I'd almost forgotten Ketteridge, but i don't know whether to thank you or not for reminding me of Tony Hazell, Venner's old mate from his QPR playing days, the first case of tel looking after his mates, he came to us from Millwall had a Purdey hairstyle and always looked a bit worried and red faced when the ball came anywhere near him cos he knew he was cr*p

 

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.TUX. Flag 17 Jun 18 8.03am

I find this thread completely disrespectful to Donkeys.

Peruvians love donkeys and trust these animals to transport small children across dangerous cliffside paths.

 


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Originally posted by .TUX.

I find this thread completely disrespectful to Donkeys.

Peruvians love donkeys and trust these animals to transport small children across dangerous cliffside paths.

Sadly the donkey is one of the most abused animals in the world. Abused by humans, that is, but maybe not in Peru. Itís so sad, because on the whole the donkey is a loyal and good-natured companion.

 


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