Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by SJN-Fox, Nov 22, 2016.
Why on earth would the FA ban this level of artistry
The FA didn't. The Premier League did. It's also banned by UEFA. Just having lines across the pitch makes offside decisions easier.
not always though, obviously
44 years ago today, Frank Worthington scored his first goal for England. His (possibly offside) goal is approx. 16 mins in:
That's the last time I let the missus post on my behalf!
Both teams play on the same pitch. I don't think this gains as much for the game as it takes away Sent from my F8331 using Tapatalk
It also helps if you have decent officials too but they don't seem to be in quite so much of a hurry to sort that one out.
One of the best days of my life. Sat next to Steve Walford at the after party. Such a nice chap. Got all the players’ autographs. Apart from Neil Lennon, who looked at me pissed up and said “my mum will do it for me”. “NEIL!!!” she said. Unforgettable day.
A day no-one will forget. I was at Oulton Park all day and videoed the game on VHS (still have it!). Put the radio on in the car soon as possible to hear the score and raced home to watch the video. I'm smiling now remembering it all.
For what seemed like about five minutes, but was actually about two seconds, the whole world stopped Until we realised it was in Then carnage
I live about 4 miles from CP and had to get the train back and look miserable while smiling inside. Took my wife -her first game and she couldn’t believe the noise when we scored.
Gary Parkers penalty was brilliant too.
And Muzzy who won it
Cars or bikes?
Cars. British Touring Cars in the good old days. I used to go often. I managed to have a drive around the full circuit that day too.
Going to Wembley from Cardiff meant a lovely trip on the tube northbound with carriages full of Palace fans. LCFC gear was tucked away nicely. But I’ll never forget the Palace fans bursting into “let’s all laugh at Millwall” who had that season gone from top at New Year to relegation (if I recall) And the “Super Stevie Claridge” chants all the way down the stairwells in wembley after the match.
On this day 1994 ... The Silence Of The Rams.
What a day out that was.
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