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View georgey wood's Profile georgey wood Flag South London and Proud 03 Aug 21 7.13pm Send a Private Message to georgey wood Add georgey wood as a friend

As for my favourite, has to be John Salako at Notts Forest, FA Cup 1991. I went to this game too and why I loved it so much was because I had travelled there week before only for game to be called off as I reached Nottingham, and that was the second postponement! When we finally played it made the long journeys worth every minute! Found a clip:
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oh happy days...

@Palace 1979 I remember that too a great goal by Salako from the half way line seemed to take forever to land in! I went up the week before too the fog came down on the Trent an hour before the KO and game off I had bunked school for the day so every cloud. A lovely volley by Wrighty for our first goal too. Again beat a very good Forest side with Keane and Pearce in his prime!

 

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Not the most important goal, but still my favourite.

Don Rogers, our 5th v Man Utd in that 5-0 win

 


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croydon proud Flag Any european country i fancy! 03 Aug 21 7.18pm

Originally posted by Palace 1979


The Clive Allen one was unbelievable. I was at that game! Found a clip:
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Who remembers the Freddie Sears one at Bristol City? I was at that game too! It has to be the worst decision I have ever seen:
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As for my favourite, has to be John Salako at Notts Forest, FA Cup 1991. I went to this game too and why I loved it so much was because I had travelled there week before only for game to be called off as I reached Nottingham, and that was the second postponement! When we finally played it made the long journeys worth every minute! Found a clip:
[Link]

oh happy days...


Yeah, thats it. What about that eastern european chap, name began with R, scored two crackers in the league cup i think away at Wolves or Leicester, two stunners in the same game.

 

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View doombear's Profile doombear Flag Too far from Selhurst Park 03 Aug 21 7.55pm Send a Private Message to doombear Add doombear as a friend

Originally posted by Therealeaglestilidie

Jim Cannon v Ipswich at Selhurst in 79.
Sadly no footage is available due to an industrial dispute with TV stations.


I was behind the goal at the Whitehorse lane end that game and mine were amongst the first hands in the air in celebration because I was in line with the flight of the ball and could see it was gping in. It was the day we reached the summit of the top division with a 4-1 victory over a decent Ipswich side.

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View kevlee's Profile kevlee Flag born Wandsworth emigrated to Lanc... 03 Aug 21 8.52pm Send a Private Message to kevlee Add kevlee as a friend

One I always remember - Chris Armstrong away to Wolves 1995 FA Cup replay - sublime.
It fact it was a fantastic midweek away game - beer, goals..hangover at work the next day!!

 


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croydon proud Flag Any european country i fancy! 03 Aug 21 8.52pm

Originally posted by croydon proud


Yeah, thats it. What about that eastern european chap, name began with R, scored two crackers in the league cup i think away at Wolves or Leicester, two stunners in the same game.

Andrejs Reubens v Leicester away in cup,

 

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croydon proud Flag Any european country i fancy! 03 Aug 21 9.04pm

Originally posted by kevlee

One I always remember - Chris Armstrong away to Wolves 1995 FA Cup replay - sublime.
It fact it was a fantastic midweek away game - beer, goals..hangover at work the next day!!

4 cracking away goals in that game.

 

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View ex hibitionist's Profile ex hibitionist Flag Hastings 03 Aug 21 10.18pm Send a Private Message to ex hibitionist Add ex hibitionist as a friend

Originally posted by NEILLO

Not the most important goal, but still my favourite.

Don Rogers, our 5th v Man Utd in that 5-0 win

mine too, though my Dad took us home before the end so I missed it live, and Brian Moore setting up the coup de grace with the immortal words 'this could be this club's greatest afternoon'.

I loved Nicola Ventola putting us 2-1 up at home to Saints in 2005 in our last home match. he got mobbed by the players and the whole crowd burst into 'Lad Donna E Mobile' to his name. danny higginbottom equalised so we had to win at charlton the week after to stay up and we didn't of course

 

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1) Hopkins LTCO.

2) Ambrose at Old trafford.

3) Gayle's second vs Liverpool.

 

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View monkey's Profile monkey Flag Sittingbourne 04 Aug 21 12.16am Send a Private Message to monkey Add monkey as a friend

Originally posted by croydon proud

Hopkins must be up there for the sheer importance and timing, great goal to. Have to say all at the semi final v Liverpool, that was a magical day out, Andy Grays? Townsends at city must the actual best goal ever scored technically, he was robbed for the goal of season by Lineker etc. The goal that never was, Clive Allen-at Coventry, ball went in from a 30 yard free kick, in to back of net, came out I think, and game played on? He can also take some credit for the best spontaneous pitch invasion in the Fa cup quarter final at loftus road , celebrating qpr goal in front of 5000 palace fans after running the length of the pitch .That Cannon night in 79 in front of 52, 000 at selhurst was special to be fair!

We were right in that corner where the ball flew in and hit the stantion, such a great strike, I still remember the shock and disbelief it wasn’t given and we said all season that was a kick in the teeth we never recovered from.

 

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View Harpo's Profile Harpo Flag Oxfordshire 04 Aug 21 1.18am Send a Private Message to Harpo Add Harpo as a friend

I remember Jim Scott scoring a goal.

Amazing because he was so useless.

 

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Ambrose's 40yard welly into the old trafford top bins!
The noise that net made,
There's no other word for it,
Its literally p#rn*graphy

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